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Moreover, to each o € G, if a 4 1, there exists a character C e X such that C(a) 4 1. Write G as the direct product of the cyclic groups G1, G2, .. , Gt of orders mt m2 ... I may be written a = a1 o2 2 mt. Each a e G t . at . Call C. ^* root of unity and o. into 1 for j 4 i- Let C be any character. ) = e/*1, then we have C = C/*1 * C/ 1 . C^ 1 . Conversely, C^1 . . C^1 defines a character. Since the order of C. , the character group X of G is isomorphic to G. If a 4 1, then in o = GJ l o2 2 .
Corollary. 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 a is a root of xp - a, then a,«z, . . t€p'1a are all 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 all of G.
F J ( x ) is irreducible in F ' , for a factorization of f J (x) in F' would induce J ) under a"1 a factorization of f x ( x ) , which was however taken to be irreducible. By Theorem 8, the isomorphism a can be extended to an isomorphism a j, between the fields F ( a ) and F ' ( af ). Since F C F ( a ) , p ( x ) i s a polynomial in F ( a ) and E is a splitting field for p ( x ) in F(a). Similarly for p ' ( x ) . There are now less than n roots of p ( x ) outside the new ground field F(a). Hence by our inductive assumption ol can be extended from an isomorphism between F ( a ) and F f (a f ) to an isomorphism o 2 between E and E 1 .