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# Some Applications of K-theory and Ext-Theory to Joint Quasitriangularity

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# Some Applications of K-theory and Ext-Theory to Joint Quasitriangularity

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## ABSTRACT

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Therefore, as elements of K 1(A), we have: [pa;,.t] = [a1_1,.t], 1 =::; j ~ n, k = 1, 2, .... In particular, it follows, from (3), that the above element [a} is in

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