(MA1) Is the group GL_2(Z[t, t^-1]), i.e., the group of invertible matrices over the ring of one-variable Laurent polynomials with integral coefficients, generated by elementary and diagonal matrices?
*(MA2) Find a particular matrix from GL_2(Z[t, t^-1, s, s^-1]), which is not a product of elementary and diagonal matrices. Background
(MA3) (a) The subgroup membership problem for the group SL_3(Z).
(b) The subgroup membership problem for the group SL_2(Q).
(MA4) (S.Thomas) Does there exist a simple torsion-free linear group?
(MA5) (A.L.Shmelkin) Is it true that identities of any linear group have a finite basis?
(MA6) (Yu. Merzlyakov) Is there a rational number a, |a| < 2, such that two 2x2 matrices (1, a ; 0, 1) and (1, 0 ; a, 1) generate a free group? Background
(MA7) (L. Vaserstein) For a ring R, let E_n(R) be the subgroup of GL_n(R) generated by elementary matrices. Is there a ring R and an element of E_n(R) (for some n) which is not a commutator?