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If E is the splitting field of xp - a, and F contains a primitive pth root of unity where p is a prime number, then either E = F ~~ and xp -- a is split in F, or xp - a is irreducible and the group of E over F is cyclic of order p. The order of each element of G is, by Theorem 23, a divisor of p and, hence, if the element is not the unit its order must be p. If Q is a root of xp - a, then a,ey, . . ,cp-lc are a11 the roots of xP - a SO that F(a ) = E and ( E/F) < -p . Hence, the order of G does not exceed p SO that if G has one element different from the unit, it and its powers must constitute a11 of G.
We consider f(x) as a polynomial in E and construct inwhichf(a) the extension field B = E(a) = 0. g(a) and a-ai being elements of the field B cari have a product equal to 0 only if f’or one of the factors, say the first, we have a-a1 = 0. Thus, a = al, and a1 is aroot of f(x). Now in case a11 roots of p(x) are in F, then E = F and p(x) cari be split in F. This factored form has an image in F’ which is a splitting, of p’ (x), since the isomorphism o preserves a11 operations of addition and multiplication in the process of multiplying out the = 0 factors of p(x) and collecting to get the original form.
O2 be two elements of the coset uG,. Since or and o2 leave B fixed, for each a in B 48 we have (ror( a ) = a( cz ) = oo2( a ). Elements of different cosets give different isomorphisms, for if o and r give the same isomorphism, o(a) = r(c) for each a in B, then o-‘r(a) = a for each a in B. Hence, dT == al> where or is an element rG, of G,. But then T = oo, and := oorGs= aG, SO that o and r belong to the same coset. Each isomorphism automorphism belonging of B which is the identity on F is given by an to G.
Galois Theory by Emil Artin, Arthur N. Milgram, Arthur N. Milgram