How can I show that $\mathbb R [x]/(x^5+x-3)$ is not an Integral domain?
To prove that it is not an Integral domain at first I have show that $(x^5+x-3)$ this ideal is not a prime ideal as $\mathbb R [x]$ is a commutative ring with unity. For this I have to show $a(x)b(x)$ product of two polynomials belongs to the ideal $(x^5+x-3)$ but $a(x)\ \&\ b(x) \notin (x^5+x-3)$.
I can't find such $a(x)\ \&\ b(x)$?
Is there any other method to do this?
Please suggest some edit.