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Then cdp k ≤ 1, and Br(k) is divisible by p. 34 References [Be] D. J. Benson, Representations and Cohomology, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1991. [CE] H. Cartan, S. Eilenberg, Homological Algebra, Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, 1956. [Ev] Leonard Evens, The Cohomology of Groups, Oxford Science Publications, Newyork, 1991. [Fr] Michael D. Fried and Moshe Jarden, Field Arithmetic, Springer, Berlin, 1986. [Hi] Haruzo Hida,Modular Forms and Galois Cohomology, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2000.

1. 1. (Hilbert’s Theorem 90) Let K/k be a Galois extension. Then, for r > 0 H r (K/k; K + ) = 0 and H 1 (K/k; K ∗ ) = 0. • + Proof. Since H • (K/k; K + ) = − lim →H (L/k; L ) where the limit runs over the finite Galois extensions L/k, we may assume that [K : k] < ∞. Let’s denote G(K/k) = G. By the normal basis theorem [La, p312], there exists a x ∈ K such that the set {σx | σ ∈ G} forms G a basis of K + over k. If f ∈ M{1} (k + ), then the map G T : M{1} (k + ) → K + defined by f (σ −1 )σx T (f ) = σ∈G G is a monomorphism.

Fp (X) ∼ = Fp (Y ) if and only if |X| = |Y |. 20. cdZp = cdp Zp = 1 and cd(Z) ←− 30 Chapter 4 Galois Cohomology: An Application Many deep results, especially about Brauer groups, can be established cohomological machinery. In this chapter, we will present the most basic one, Hilbert’s theorem 90, with some important applications. We will denote H • (Gal(K/k); A) by H • (K/k; A) for a Galois extension K/k and a discrete Gal(K/k)-module A. 1. 1. (Hilbert’s Theorem 90) Let K/k be a Galois extension.