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Condition for monoid is __________
a) (a+e)=a
b) (a*e)=(a+e)
c) a=(a*(a+e)
d) (a*e)=(e*a)=a

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Answer: d
Explanation: A Semigroup (S,*) is defined as a monoid if there exists an element e in S such that (a*e) = (e*a) = a for all a in S. This element is called identity element of S w.r.t *.