(Wenzel). Describe all subdirectly irreducible mono-unary algebras. [In particular show that they are countable.] Thanks!
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A Monoid is a semi-group G containing an element e member of G so that each of the members of G and a = ae = ea, the element e of an element is the same for Tkvar G is called a (+, N) and (+, Z )