# When is a Quasi-p-injective Module Continuous?

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Let R be a ring. Given a right R-module M, for two fixed positive integers m and n, a right R-module N is called M-n-generated if it is a homomorphic image of Mn. We call M quasi-(m, n)-injective if each R-homomorphism from an M-n-generated submodule of Mm to M extends to one from Mm to M....

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In this paper, the concepts of quasi-c-principally injective modules (in short, quasi-cp-injective modules) and self-c-principally injective rings are introduced. In support of these concepts we have also provided the examples. The characterization and some properties of quasi-cp-injective...