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1) dcj> = db. : V -> kcj> d = k set = kb =) d = 1 let b(kB). in (1) F that and and Therefore for all € K. c K and (K/F,a(o,o» For a finite = G(K/F), G K* normal, separable suppose = K\{O} <=> £' (K/F,b(o,o» <=: PROOF. (dvk)cj> and factor that are two factor sets. ,b(o,o). 12. G = {S,T,... = v equate = 1. < u(R)K; w(R)K. View A n B € Band K = eK ek for = c A. Suppose uaF = eF, k € K, fixed. -1 = 1 € A. that F-linear isomorphism. it does not necessarily or even that eK, «uk)a)B = ek elementwise 0 as disjoint.

For ,g) where The minimal polynomial mb F is the field m(x) m(x) = x3 + x2 = 3 - a of 2x-l over f(x) properly = [x-a][x-h(a)][x-h(h(a»], h(a) = a = h(w3 + - 2 = w JL ) = w3 prime, 0 '/. g K € in there that € Fi, order is . not that the simple be a division hence the minimal algebra. € 2 c K F[x] in the (w3 + JL )2 w3 2 3 = w K € a b of any m common € Zl b € K\F, over is uniquely and by for are of F the is of f~rm relatively nontrivial integer that b € K\F . 1£[ a] and hence also is the minimal polynomial of deg f(x) mb ( F.

LiE is a division Thus (a + BI1)a = liE by a : liE -> Ila = -11 have no common 0 s i,j s 3} 222 P t = (a+aIl)(a-BI1) = a - xB 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 P t = aO -al -a2 -a3 -x(aO -Bl -B2 -B3 ). 3, take a2-xB2 I,J, involving and because no such terms appear on the left. IJ are zero Now all a. , ~ and F = ~ (x ,t ), B = liE' m 2 Y = Jl' Y = 2, g = t = g = t € F. in t, 1. can be written as polynomials in in ~[x]. 2 = Jl p The left side liF = F +. FI + FJ + FIJ A = B + JIB Suppose and hence € JHE' A t that g = t = ~ (~+VI1)«~+\lIl)a) and SUMMARY.

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