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X h[h(h(x»] necessary, the latter can mod(m(x». +1;+1=0 ~= ~ + 2 2 ~ -2 1:. 1; 3 1 3 3 ~ + - 2 2~ - 1 - = 2 - = 1;4+ 2+ = 1;3 of + f. the next three solutions of = w or the w 6 = w 2 3 or w or w 5 4 a = w + l/w of rational numbers. F and hex) hex) = x2 - D = (K/F,o last : cubic equation are ~ for 6 1 + 1:. w = w + W6 = w : = w 2 3 = w : 1 + w2 5 subfields L F[b] and w h[h(h(a»] be and = 3. for ,g) where The minimal polynomial mb F is the field m(x) m(x) = x3 + x2 = 3 - a of 2x-l over f(x) properly = [x-a][x-h(a)][x-h(h(a»], h(a) = a = h(w3 + - 2 = w JL ) = w3 prime, 0 '/.

E2) b(S,l) = 1. (3) b(S -1 ,S) = b(S,S -1 S ). = w(sfl=weS-l)b(S,S-l)-l . =w(S-l)b(S-l,S)-se-l). isomor-=u(S-l)a(S-l,s)-S(-l)a(l,l)-S(-l) = l-K B: 1 = wO) -1 -1' contain a distinguished = Moreover, the K, ek above isomorphism is the identity on this k under :: B It follows from b(l,l) = c(l)a(l,l) that the identity in -1 -1 -1 -1 is e = u(l)a(l,l) = u(l)c(l)c(l) a(l,l) = v(l)b(l,l) . 16. 12 but u (S) c( S) S Since 69 In practice and literature, division rings defined in terms > l-k, of "left" are encountered as well as ones in which everything is E K.

0 \yieldS Th~S 2 -2 2 2 \ 2 0 = det s = t (a + ad + d ) + t(b + bc +\ c ). \ \ \ E F[x] of u over m(x;yu) = uy = yu+t, F[uy] x2 + tx + t2 a 2 :: 0 E and factors into distinct linear factors in x2 + tx + t2 = and F[yu] of = F[yu]. F D are not isomorphic. The F[x] is separable F[yu] as follows: (x-yu)(x-uy). The two maximal subfields I by t 3 (b 2 is nonseparable because its derivative vanishes and it has Without loss of generality O. + u multiple roots in Suppose with 2 2 u -t = 0; 2 F[y], (y+t) = 0; 2 2 F[yu],(yu) + tyu + t = o.

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