By Jürgen Neukirch (auth.)

ISBN-10: 3540653996

ISBN-13: 9783540653998

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3) Theorem. The ideal class group ClK = JK/PK is finite. Its order hK=(JK:PK) is called the class number of K. Proof: If p # 0 is a prime ideal of OK and p fl Z = pZ, then oK/p is a finite field extension of Z/pZ of degree, say, f > 1, and we have gy(p) = Pf . , Given p, there are only finitely many prime ideals p such that p f1 Z = pZ, because this means that p I (p). It follows that there are only finitely many prime ideals p of bounded absolute norm. Since every integral ideal admits a representation a = p' 1 - - plr where vi > O and m(a) = 941)' ...

6) implies that TrLIK(x), NLIK(X) E A. Furthermore, for the group of units of B over A, we obtain the relation x E B* NLIK (x) E A*. For if aNLIK (x) = 1, a E A, then I = a fl, ax = yx for some y e B. 9) Lemma. Let a 1, ... , discriminant d = d (al, ... , cx be a basis of L (K which is contained in B, of Then one has Proof : If a = al eel + - - - + anon E B, ai E K, then the aj are a solution of the system of linear equations TrLIK(ata0aJ, TrLI K(ala) _ i and, as TrL 1K (a; a) E A, they are given as the quotient of an element of A by the determinant det(TrLIK (ajaj)) = d.

If the extension L I K is separable, S,2 the numbers e;, ff and the degree n = [L : K] are connected by the following law. 2) Proposition. Let L I K be separable. Then we have the fundamental identity e,f1 =n. =1 Proof: The proof is based on the Chinese remainder theorem r 211 O/pO = ®O/q3=' . i=1 O/pO and O/3 e` are vector spaces over the field x = o/p, and it suffices to show that dimK(O/p0) = n and dim1e(O/q3i`) = eifi In order to prove the first identity, let w1, ... , w,,, E 0 be representatives of a basis w 1, ...

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