Kummer Theory
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HOMEWORK
Exercise 1 Please hand in (to me in Tuesdays class) correct answers to all the problems you got
wrong in the April 8 exam.
Exercise 2
1. Let L/K be a Galois extension with Gal
Homework 3
1. Consider the quotient ring Z[x]/(30x 1). Then 15x = 21 because 15x 2 = 1.
10x = 31 and 6x = 51 .
2. Let A be a ring and let S A. Suppose we have two universal solutions,
H1 : A cfw_S 1 A
HW Math 123
Homework 4: Math 123,
Problem. Show that every element in S U2 is conjugate (in S U2 ) to a diagonal matrix.
Applying the spectral theorem for normal operators, we see that every element S
More Galois Theory
RECALL MIDTERM
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1.1
HOMEWORK DUE APRIL 8:
The full primitive Element Theorem
These exercises in this subsection prove
Theorem 1 Let L/k be a separable eld extension nite degree. Th
Homework Set
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Reading
For basic information about extension elds and degrees: Read
[Artin] pp. 493-499.
[Cox] pp. 88-99, and/or
For the construction of splitting elds:
Read
[Artin] pp. 506-508,
Math 123 Homework 6
P ROBLEM 1.
Throughout this problem, let k := Fp (s) and f (t) = tp s k[t].
(a) We can view f = tp s as an element of Fp [s][t] whose coefcients are polynomials in s. It is clear t
Math 123: Galois Theory
[Ex.1] Determine the irreducible polynomial for i +
The polynomial that splits i +
2 over Q.
2 also splits all its conjugates roots, so the desired polynomial is:
(x i 2)(x i +
Problem Set 8
Exercise 1. Show that it suffices to prove the theorem for separable field extensions L/k of finite degree such
that L is generated by two elements over k.
Solution. This is because once
Math 123 Homework 9
Problem 1.
Suppose H is normal in G. This means H 1 for all G so that G(L/M ) = G(L/M ). This implies that
M = M for all . Thus every K-automorphism of L carries M to itself and he
An example of a universal Problem and it universal solution
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The Universal solution to the problem of inverting a given
set of elements in a ring.
Exercise 1 The set of all rational numbers of the fo
Abelian representations, and character groups
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One-dimensional representations
Let G be a group (any group). Let K be a eld. A one-dimensional representation r of the group
G over the eld K can be gi