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V j , ... ]. {llill R). Let 7/t, and n be Let them be represented by a or 71 ). P. 8) [ ••• ,11. 9) as the modules generated by the elements shown. , a€lt} (Historically, the presence of one addition but two "multiplications", tlt 7L 7l't nn, and led Dedekind to define a "dual" ring [I87l] which evolved to a "lattice"). We note that if 7n. and1i. 8) 25 )J. \! , etc. 12) "L'l Ie" c ". ). Thus "greatest common divisor (gcd)" is "minimal containing set"; and "least common multiple (lcm)" is "maximal common subset".

C. (integral), furthermore -1 - at '1t * can be taken The same must be true for The order of the class group is the class number. It shall be seen (Chapter 13) that the class number is finite for an algebraic number field. It can become infinite, however, for algebraic function fields as we shall illustrate for a famous classical case, elliptic functions over ~, (see Chapter 8). For ~[l=6l (see Chapter 3) the class number is 2. 30. (2,1=6) The ideal classes are (as verified in Chapter 14 below).

24a) Thus q-l, Thus o. We can now define h. at present). 22) of ~. = ~j are linearly independent (not necessarily ~i n P :L F q Ph(x) (and likewise Proof. tl(q-l). Let Pt(x) Then if II (x t _l)ll(h/t) o. tlh is cyclic. 24a,b). Pt(x). The Mobius function Note the degree of Ph(x) is Ltll(h/t) - ¢(h). 25. is called the Frobenius autos morphism and the group it generates is the Frobenius automorphism group, a-+ a P • We say that s a P = a. 38 a belongs to p s if s q is the minimal exponent (l2. s 2.