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If K is cyclic then q factorizes completely into prime ideals of the first degree in the unique subfield Kj of K of degree n/(ej , n). A6. Polynomials of certain special types 31 Proof. Put F (x) = f1 (x)f2 (x) · · · fm (x). Since the discriminant of F (x) is not zero, there exist polynomials ϕ(x), ψ(x) with integral coefficients such that F (x)ϕ(x) + F (x)ψ(x) = D (6) identically, where D is a non-zero integer. Let q be a large prime for which the congruence (5) is soluble, and let x0 be a solution.
The factors of (13) are relatively prime in pairs, since their differences are non-zero constants. Hence the polynomials H (j ) (x) = G(x), g(x) − ω(j ) are relatively prime in pairs, and since each of them divides G(x), their product must (1 ) In dealing with this case we do not need to exclude the possibility that (ej , n) = 1. 33 A6. Polynomials of certain special types divide G(x). Thus m G(x) = A(x) H (j ) (x) = A(x)NJ H (1) (x) . j =1 The norm on the right is a non-constant polynomial with rational coefficients, so it follows from the irreducibility of G(x) that A(x) is a constant.
C On taking the product over all injections τ we obtain |NK/Q (aα1 − aα2 )| > c6−ds max |γ1σ |, |γ2σ | s/ h−c5 d log s . σ Since the left hand side is independent of s, this implies that either s c7 or max |γ1σ |, |γ2σ | < c62dh . σ In the former case we have m c7 [r1 , . . , rn ], in the latter case, by (7), k (9) NK/Q (ax − aα1 )h (ax − aα2 )h = ± N (πj )y1j +y2j G s , j =1 where G = |N γ1 γ2 | < c64dh . The greatest prime factor of the right hand side of (9) is bounded by abΔc64dh . The left hand side of (9) is a polynomial in x with integer coefficients and at least two distinct zeros.
Algerbaic Geometry and Its Applications: Dedicated to Gilles Lachaud on His 60th Birthday (Series on Number Theory and Its Applications) by Jean Chaumine, James Hirschfeld, Robert Rolland