Bull. Korean Math. Soc. Published online June 24, 2021

Rashid Abu-Dawwas
Yarmouk University

Abstract : Let $R$ be a commutative $G$-graded ring with a nonzero unity. In this article, we introduce the concept of graded radically principal ideals. A graded ideal $I$ of $R$ is said to be graded radically principal if $Grad(I)=Grad(\langle c\rangle)$ for some homogeneous $c\in R$, where $Grad(I)$ is the graded radical of $I$. The graded ring $R$ is said to be graded radically principal if every graded ideal of $R$ is graded radically principal. We study graded radically principal rings. We prove an analogue of the Cohen theorem, in the graded case, precisely, a graded ring is graded radically principal if and only if every graded prime ideal is graded radically principal. Finally we study the graded radically principal property for the polynomial ring $R[X]$.

Keywords : Graded radical ideals, graded principal ideals, graded radically principal ideals, graded radically principal rings