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6 June 7, 2002 Math 201C - Algebra - V.2 Erin Pearse 15. a) F: K is a ﬁnite-dimensional Galois extension with intermediate ﬁeld E =) 9!L where L is the smallest ﬁeld such that E µ L µ F and L is Galois over K. Let fLig be the set of Galois extensions of K which contain E.Since [F: K] <1, there are a ﬁnite number of them.Now deﬁne L = Tn i=1 Li so that L is the ...

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ﬁrst-year graduate students, give a concise introduction to ﬁelds and Galois theory. Please send comments and corrections to me at math@jmilne.org. v2.01 (August 21, 1996).

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