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7. Example. Consider C/Q. The minimal polynomial of i ∈ C over Q is X 2 + 1. Proof. Clearly X 2 + 1 ∈ ker εi since i2 + 1 = 0. As [Q(i) : Q] = 2, we have minpolyQ,i (X) = X 2 + 1. 8. Example. Consider C/Q. Find the minimal polynomial of the primitive 6-th root of unity, ζ6 ∈ C over Q. Solution. 44 that ζ6 is a root of the irreducible cyclotomic polynomial Φ6 (X) = X 2 − X + 1. Then Φ6 (X) ∈ ker εζ6 so minpolyQ,ζ6 (X) | Φ6 (X). Since Φ6 (X) is irreducible and monic, we must have minpolyQ,ζ6 (X) = Φ6 (X) and so degQ ζ6 = 2.

Xr ], g(u1 , . . , ur ) ̸= 0 . g(u1 , . . , ur ) Reordering the ui does not change K(u1 , . . , un ). 8. Proposition. Let K(u)/K and K(u, v)/K(u) be simple extensions. Then K(u, v) = K(u)(v) = K(v)(u). More generally, K(u1 , . . , un ) = K(u1 , . . , un−1 )(un ) and this is independent of the order of the sequence u1 , . . , un . 9. Theorem. For a simple extension K(u)/K, exactly one of the following conditions holds. (i) The evaluation at u homomorphism εu : K[X] −→ K(u) is a monomorphism and on passing to the fraction field gives an isomorphism (εu )∗ : K(X) −→ K(u).

Consider p(X) = minpolyQ(√2),√2+√3 (X) minpolyQ(√2),−√2+√3 (X) √ √ = (X 2 − 2 2X − 1)(X 2 + 2 2X − 1) = X 4 − 10X 2 + 1. √ √ Then p( 2 + 3) = 0 so p(X) ∈ ker εt . Since deg p(X) = 4 and p(X) is monic, we have minpolyQ,√2+√3 (X) = X 4 − 10X 2 + 1. 10. Definition. Let L/K be a finite extension. An element u ∈ L for which L = K(u) is called a primitive element for the extension L/K. If L/K such a primitive element exists, then L/K is called a simple extension. Later we will see that when char K = 0 every finite extension L/K has a primitive element, hence every such extension is simple.

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