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Tr ]] = B above. Let M , N be two I-adic A-modules. It is clear that the product topology on ˆ ⊕N ˆ. M ⊕ N = M × N is also the I-adic topology. Consequently, (M ⊕ N )∧ = M r In particular, every isomorphism of A-modules A → L canonically induces an ˆ ˆ Let M be an I-adic A-module. There exists isomorphism of A-modules Aˆr → L. ˆ . It is in general neither injective nor a canonical homomorphism M ⊗A Aˆ → M surjective. 9. Let M be a ﬁnitely generated A-module. Then M ⊗A Aˆ → M surjective. 20 1.

It follows that sx = 0 for every x ∈ U . 9) and α is injective. Next, let t ∈ G(U ). Then we can ﬁnd a covering of U by open sets Ui and sections si ∈ F(Ui ) such that α(Ui )(si ) = t|Ui . As we have just seen that α is injective, si and sj coincide on Ui ∩ Uj . , s|Ui = si ). By construction, α(U )(s) and t coincide on every Ui , and are therefore equal. This proves that α(U ) is surjective. A similar proof shows that F → G is injective if and only if Fx → Gx is injective for every x ∈ X. 13. Let α : F → G be a morphism of sheaves.

Fm ) and Hn ∈ I ∩ T n+1 A[[T ]]. It is clear that the series Gq + Gq+1 + . . tends to an element of (F1 , . . , Fm ) and that Hn tends to 0. Hence F ∈ (F1 , . . , Fm ). 8. Let A be a Noetherian ring, and let I be an ideal of A. Then the formal completion of A for the I-adic topology is a Noetherian ring. Proof Let t1 , . . , tr be a system of generators of I. Let us consider the surjective homomorphism of A-algebras φ : B = A[T1 , . . , Tr ] → A deﬁned by φ(Ti ) = ti , and endow B with the m-adic topology, where m is the ideal generated by the Ti .