MATH 254 A: PROBLEM SET 3
MARTIN OLSSON
Due Wed Sep. 24
(1) Show by an example that a prime p Z can be totally ramied in two dierent number
elds K1 and K2 without being totally ramied in the compositu
MATH 256 A: PROBLEM SET 1, DUE WED SEP 7
MARTIN OLSSON
(1) Let C be a category. Recall that for an object A C we dened a functor
hA : C op Set, B HomC (B, A).
Prove Yonedas lemma: The association A hA
MATH 254 A: PROBLEM SET 4
MARTIN OLSSON
Due Wed Oct 1
(1) Let K be a number eld, and let p Z be a prime. Show that there is a natural
isomorphism
K Q Qp
Kp ,
p
where on the right the product is taken
MATH 254 A: PROBLEM SET 6
MARTIN OLSSON
Due Wed Oct 22
(1) Here is another proof of quadratic reciprocity (the exercise consists of lling in the
details). Let p and q be distinct odd primes.
(a) Assum
UC BERKELEY MATH 254A
PROBLEM SET 1
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(1) Questions about integr
UC Berkeley Math 254A
Problem Set 3
November 12, 2014
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UC Berkeley Math 254A
Problem Set 2
September 25, 2014
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MATH 254 A: PROBLEM SET 5
MARTIN OLSSON
Due Wed Oct 15
(1) Let G be a nite group and let : G C be a homomorphism. Show that
(g)
gG
is zero unless (g) = 1 for all g in which case the sum is equal to th
MATH 254 A: PROBLEM SET 8
MARTIN OLSSON
Due Fri Nov 21
(1) Let K = Q( d) with d a positive square free integer, and assume d is not congruent
to 1 mod 4. View K as a subeld of R by the standard embedd
MATH 254A: PROBLEM SET 2
MARTIN OLSSON
Due Monday Sep. 15
(1) Let A be a Dedekind domain with eld of fractions K, and let p A be a prime. For
an ideal a dene (as in class)
a1 := cfw_x K|xa A.
Show tha
MATH 254 A: PROBLEM SET 7
MARTIN OLSSON
Due Wed Nov 7
(1) Let K = Q(), where satises 5 + 1 = 0.
(a) Prove that OK = Z[].
(b) Using the Minkowski bound, show that the class number hK of K is 1.
(2) Let
UC Berkeley Math 254A
Problem Set 3
October 10, 2014
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