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Thus A ( R'IR) is contained in A(Rs'/Rs). It follows that A (R'/R)s c A (Rs'/Rs). ,y, be a K-basis for L with each yi in Rs'. There exists some s in S with syiin R'. Since T(syisyj)= s2T(yiyj)one can compute A ( s , v ~. ,. , s ~ n ) = s Z n A ( y l 9. . ,y,,) is in A ( R ' / R ) , . This proves both inclusions. 2 Lemma. ,x,,). PROOF. Let y , , .. ,y, be a K-basis of L in R'. Let yi = x r i i x j , rii E R . J The existence of such equations is a consequence of the freeness of R' on the x i .

For any maximal ideal p of R, let S = R - p . By Part (3) we know N(21), = N(Y[,), N(B), = N(b,), N(%23), = N('L[,b,). The ring R, is a DVR and R,' has only a finite number of prime ideals. 15 we obtain R,' is a PID. Thus BI, = aR,', 23, = bR,' for some a,b in R'. Then N(91,23,) = N(abR,') = N(ab)R, = N(21,) N (23,). N(b)RS I 36 SUBRINGS OF FIELDS This Property (iv) shows that we can determine N ( 2 l ) if we can determine N('p) for each prime ideal 'p of R'. That is when CU = n'pp then N(2l) = nN('pj)BJ.

PROOF. Assume L / K is separable. There is an element 0 in L such that L = K ( 0 ) . ,en-' is a basis for L over K and 1a, ei) = 1a, (x, el). ,n- 1. Our problem is to prove that x = 0 under these conditions. Let x = b, 8'. Then 1 (*I (x, e j ) = 1b,(ei, ej). Let D denote the matrix ldiil with dii = (0'-',@-'). ,0). We shall prove D is nonsingular so after one multiplies by D-' it follows that each bi = 0. Thus x = 0 as required. The separability of L is crucial in the proof that D-' exists. Letf(t) be the (monic) minimum polynomial of 0 in K .