By Serge Lang
This is a moment variation of Lang's famous textbook. It covers all the simple fabric of classical algebraic quantity thought, giving the scholar the historical past beneficial for the examine of additional issues in algebraic quantity conception, reminiscent of cyclotomic fields, or modular forms.
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The real or complex absolute values in M K are also called archillledean. If E is a finite extension of K and v E 111K, then any absolute value 11' on E extending v lies in ME, and we write wlv. It is clear that two distinct absolute values in our canonical set are independent, in the sense that they induce distinct topologies on K. We shall prove the approximation theorem, which is the analogue for absolute values of the Chinese remainder theorem, and is due to Artin-Whaples. Theorem 1. Let K be a field and 111, ...
Then NTc(aB) = Proof. Immediate. Il[L:Kl. 26 ALGEBRAIC INTEGERS [1, §7] Corollary 2. Assume that L is Galois over K. Then all the e'ß are equal to the same number e (jor 'I3lp), all the h are equal to the same number f (jor 'I3lp), and if then efr = [L:K]. Proof. All the '13 lying above p are conjugate to each other, and hence all the ramification indices and residue class degrees are equal. The last formula is clear. Corollary 3. Assume again that L is Galois over K with group G, and let '13 be a prime of B Zying above p in A.
II, §3) 45 SOME FILTRATIONS In view of this eorollary, we eall any finite extension of Qp also a p-adic field. The integral closure of the p-adie integers in K has a unique maximal ideal whieh is denoted by p. §3. Some jiltrations Let 0 be a diserete valuation ring with maximal ideal p, let K be its quotient field, and assume that K is eomplete under the valuation indueed by o. Let 7r be a generator for p. This notation will stay fixed throughout the seetion. We also fix a valuation eorresponding to o.