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## GALOIS THEORY AT WORK

The extension has degree 4 why? Since 2 and 3 each have two Q-conjugates, all 4 choices of assignments of them to their Q-conjugates must be realized by an element of the Galois group otherwise its size couldnt reach 4.

The results are collected in Table 1, which shows in the third column that. There are 3 automorphisms of order 2, so there are three subgroups of order 2 and thus Q.

We will use the Galois correspondence to nd the intermediate elds of Q 4. In terms of their eect on 4. We can use Galois theory for Q 4. A eld diagram is in 1. We dont have to work out all the subelds of Q 4. Larger subgroups correspond to smaller subelds.

Since s is a nontrivial element of D 4 and xes Q 4. Therefore only one eld lies strictly between Q 4. Remark 1. While Galois theory provides the most systematic method to nd the inter- mediate subelds in Q 4. There are three quadratic factors with 4. A Galois extension is said to have a given group-theoretic property being abelian, non- abelian, cyclic, etc. Example 1.

Any quadratic extension of Q is an abelian extension since its Galois group is cyclic of order 2. The extension Q 3. Theorem 1. The quotient of an abelian group by a subgroup is abelian and the quotient of a cyclic group by a subgroup is cyclic. The kernel is trivial, since if is the identity on L 1 and L 2 then it is the identity on L 1 L 2.

The analogue of Theorem 1. Look at Example 1. Applications to Field Theory We will prove the complex numbers are algebraically closed the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra using Galois theory and a minimal amount of analysis. We need one property of the real numbers, one property of the complex numbers, and one property of nite groups: Every odd degree polynomial in R[X] has a real root.

In particular, no polynomial of odd degree greater than 1 in R[X] is irreducible. Every complex number has a complex square root. If a prime power divides the size of a nite group, there is a subgroup with that prime power size. In particular, a group of size 2 m for m 1 has a subgroup of size 2 m1. The rst fact is a consequence of the intermediate value theorem.

The third fact is an extension of Sylows rst theorem. Were now ready to prove the theorem. Theorem 2. The complex numbers are algebraically closed. To prove a eld is algebraically closed, it suces to show that the only nite algebraic extension of the eld is the eld itself.

Therefore this group has a subgroup of size 2 m1 , whose xed eld is a quadratic extension of C. A quadratic extension of C has the form C. But every nonzero complex number is a complex square, so we have a contradiction. Our next application concerns constructible numbers. We can show in a strong way that this condition is not sucient. An algorithm for constructing an example, relying on the Chinese remainder theorem, is in [2, pp.

This extension will turn out to have no proper intermediate elds. We are going to explain why this follows from a result in group theory. When we let G f act on the r i s just as permutations ignoring the automorphism aspect on the elds we get an embedding G f S n. The subgroups of S n xing any one number are all conjugate to each other, and it can be shown that these are all of the subgroups of size n 1!

Example 2. Corollary 2. For any k 2, there are complex numbers which have degree 2 k over Q but are not constructible. If a complex number is constructible then Q can be built up by successive quadratic extensions.

Continuing with the previous example, any root of X 4 X1 has degree a power of 2 over Q but is not constructible since the eld it generates over Q cant be built up by successive quadratic extensions. One of the consequences of the Sylow theorems is the existence of a rising chain of subgroups from the trivial subgroup to the whole group where each subgroup has index p in the next one and each subgroup is normal in the whole group.

Now apply the Galois correspondence. The next application, which is an amusing technicality, is taken from [4]. Let p be a prime number. If K is a eld of characteristic 0 such that every proper nite extension of K has degree divisible by p then every nite extension of K has p-power degree. But the technique of proof which is used for the theorem is a rather pleasant use of group theory.

We want to show [L : K] is a power of p. This index is prime to p by the denition of a Sylow subgroup, so [F : K] is prime to p. Remark 2. See [4]. Primitive Elements Galois theory provides a method to prove an element is a primitive element in a Galois extension, as follows. Theorem 3. Example 3. In the extension Q 4.

Thus Q 4. The T i s are roots of the polynomial 3. The xed eld L Sn consists of the symmetric rational functions: those which are unchanged by any permutations of the variables T 1 ,. The s k s are symmetric, so F s 1 ,. We will use Galois theory to show equality occurs here. At the same time, the T i s are all roots of the same degree n polynomial 3. To show this works, we take our cue from Theorem 3. We will show this group is trivial. Choose j 1 such that j is the identity.

Therefore is the identity on K ,. Where in the proof did we use the condition that K has characteristic 0? The proof carries over to elds of characteristic p as long as j 0 mod p so j is invertible in characteristic p , and this can be arranged by requiring that [K , : K] is not a multiple of p. If we drop the Galois condition, then of course the whole argument in Example 3. A simple example over Q is Q 3. Can you nd an example where the conclusion of Example 3.

Relations among Galois groups The next few theorems are concerned with Galois groups of composite extensions. We got a glimpse of this already in Theorem 1.

Theorem 4. This is a group homomorphism check! Any automor- phism in the kernel xes pointwise L 2 and L 1 , so also L 1 L 2. Thus the kernel is trivial. Example 4. The proof is left as an exercise to the reader in using the Galois correspondence. Then LL. By the ideas from the second paragraph of the proof of Theorem 4. From the isomorphism of Galois groups, [LL. This provides a way to try to realize Galois groups over K as Galois groups over nite extensions of K.

We will return to this point at the end of Section 5. Corollary 4. The rest of the argument goes through even if L. Therefore Corollary 4. What is the image of the embedding? We will check the image has the same size as H, so the groups coincide. The inverse Galois problem The determination of Galois groups goes in two directions.

## Field extensions and Galois theory

The extension has degree 4 why? Since 2 and 3 each have two Q-conjugates, all 4 choices of assignments of them to their Q-conjugates must be realized by an element of the Galois group otherwise its size couldnt reach 4. The results are collected in Table 1, which shows in the third column that. There are 3 automorphisms of order 2, so there are three subgroups of order 2 and thus Q. We will use the Galois correspondence to nd the intermediate elds of Q 4.

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### Galois Theory at Work

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