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Thus, now scheme, yield the matrix of DKIlr(o q) = ID/”The S, are representations of the elements ail = SKlL(oiw,)of L. Elementary transformations of the n-row matrix (aij) over L and the corresponding transformations of the mn-row matrix (S,,)over k lead, as in §4,3, to DK/k(a lSijl = n L / k ( l a i j l ) = nL/k(DK/L(m)). Thus (7) is proven. 7 4. SEPARABLE AND INSEPARABLE EXTENSIONS If K/k is separable there exists, as is known, an (primitive) element 9 that generates K/k. , 9, be the elements conjugate to 9.

30 LINEAR ALGEBRA and calls it their discriminant. Under the change of basis o o’= oC with a matrix C over k we have, for the matrix of this determinant, (s(otlq9)= c’(S(oio,))c, so that D(w’) = D ( w ) ~ C ~ ’ (u’ = wC). Thus it is clear that D(o) = 0 whenever the wi are linearly dependent, although the converse does not always hold. Now let the configuration of #4,2 prevail. We want to prove the transitivity formula DK/k(W V) = nL/k(DK/L(o))DL/k(q)cK’L’. (7) To avoid confusion we use subscrpits to denote the extension which is meant.

2. 17 SYSTEMS OF LINEAR INEQUALITIES The coefficients are cP = / 1 / f ( < ) e - 2 x i c Pd x 1 dx,, 0 (3) and we have the relation of completeness / 0 /f(t)' dx, dx, = C P IC,,~', (4) which, properly analyzed, will yield the theorem. First let g ( t ) be some integrable function with period 1 in all x i . Then, Let %, be the intersection of the cube 0 5 xi 5 2 with the region R translated are disjoint for p # v, for if t were in both, then t + 2p by -2p. XPand and t + 2v would be in 3. By the symmetry and convexity of R we would have +(t + 2 p - t - 2v) = p - v € 3 ,contrary to hypothesis.

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