By Serge Lang

This is a moment version of Lang's recognized textbook. It covers the entire easy fabric of classical algebraic quantity concept, giving the scholar the history priceless for the learn of extra subject matters in algebraic quantity thought, akin to cyclotomic fields, or modular forms.

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This proves our proposition. Finally, we prove one more result, generalizing the arguments of Proposition 21. Proposition 24. Let A be a Dedekind ring, and a a non-zero ideal. Let nu = ordu a. Then the canonica[ map A~ II A/p"P p induces an isomorphism of A/a onto the produci. Proof. The map is surjective according to the Chinese remainder theorem, and it is clear that its kernel is exactly a. Corollary. for each prime iclealp. Denote by Na the number of elements in the residue class ring A/a. Then Na = II (~p)"u.

This proves our proposition. Proposition 8. Let E be a finite extension of K. (i) If E :J F::) K, then E is unramified over K if and only if E is unramified over F and Fis unramified over K. (ii) lf E is unramified over K, and K 1 is a finite extension of K, then EK 1 is unramified over K 1 . (iii) lf E 1 and E 2 are finite unramified over K, then so is E 1E 2 • Proof. The first assertion comes from the fact that the degrees of residue class field extensions are bounded by the degrees of the field extensions, and their multiplicativity property in towers.

In all the above propositions, we could assume lJ prime instead of maximal. In that case, one has to localize at lJ tobe able to apply our proofs. In the application to number fields, this is unnecessary, since every prime is maximal. In the above discussions, the kernel of the map is called the inertia group T'l3 of '13. It consists of those automorphisms of G'l3 which induce the trivial automorphism on the residue class field. Its fixed field is called the inertia field, and is denoted by Lt.