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We then set ordp (α) |α|p = k = p−k . This is an extension of the definition of absolute value defined for elements of Q. Before going on further, let us recall two definitions: • Recall that a sequence of elements xn in a given field is called a Cauchy sequence if for every ǫ > 0 one can find a bound M such that we have |xn − xm | < ǫ whenever m, n ≥ M . • A field K is called complete with respect to an absolute value | · | if every Cauchy sequence of elements of K has a limit in K. Let α ∈ Qp .
Fg = f where fi = fPi |p and [L : K] = ef g. Proof. G acts transitively. Let P be one of the Pi . We need to prove that there exists σ ∈ G such that σ(Pj ) = P for Pj any other of the Pi . 10, we have seen that there exists β ∈ P such that βOL P−1 is an integral ideal coprime to pOL . The ideal σ(βOL P−1 ) I= σ∈G is an integral ideal of OL (since βOL P−1 is), which is furthermore coprime to pOL (since σ(βOL P−1 ) and σ(pOL ) are coprime and σ(pOL ) = σ(p)σ(OL ) = pOL ). 4. NORMAL EXTENSIONS Thus I can be rewritten as I σ(β)OL σ∈G σ(P) σ∈G = = NL/K (β)OL σ∈G σ(P) and we have that I σ(P) = NL/K (β)OL .
The main definitions and results of this chapter are • Definition of discriminant, and that a prime ramifies if and only if it divides the discriminant. • Definition of signature. • The terminology relative to ramification: prime above/below, inertial degree, ramification index, residue field, ramified, inert, totally ramified, split. • The method to compute the factorization if OK = Z[θ]. • The formula [L : K] = g i=1 ei fi . • The notion of absolute and relative extensions. • If L/K is Galois, that the Galois group acts transitively on the primes above a given p, that [L : K] = ef g, and the concepts of decomposition group and inertia group.