Integers under Addition form Monoid

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Theorem

The set of integers under addition $\left({\Z, +}\right)$ forms a monoid.


Proof

Follows directly from Integers under Addition form Abelian Group.

By definition, an abelian group is a group.

Also by definition, a group is a monoid.

Hence the result.

$\blacksquare$


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