# Multiplicatively monotone norm

This article defines a property that can be evaluated for a norm on a commutative unital ring: a function from the nonzero elements of the ring to the integers.

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## Definition

A **multiplicatively monotone norm** on a commutative unital ring is a function from its nonzero elements to the nonnegative integers with the property that the norm of a product is at least equal to the norms of the factors.

In symbols, it is a function such that for , we have:

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This definition is typically used for integral domains.