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J for some 1 ~ i ~ n-l. = - t i [xn] ~ K K which does not commute with . The d such that ,Km are F-linearly now it will it is possible to find. first that one of By the previous Yn = 0 n-l, By induction for Kl"" t- {oJ. n. Without loss of generality it may be assumed for left D @ K-module. 6. is not a faithful with 0 t- p € D @ K - independent, all xi t-0, and p is of minimal length m. -1 . ( -1 Slnce 0 t- xl @ l)p, and also «xl @ l)p)[D] = 0, wlthout loss of generality assume that Xl = 1 € center D = F.

15. [B:K] THEOREM. Assume that B B from this particular in = [A:F] c I K = F[6] By (b), B. ,T ,T = 1 } for some 6 € K, where are all distinct and commute with Thus C(K) = {a € A I as = Sa}. If then a= bk(S III-!. Y bk' as-6a - saCk»~ = IY bk(S-S "'"0, S- saCk) bg = g(bam) . a(k) 1 0, bk k =0 ) = 0 = 1,... m-l. 3. K When in addition [B:K][K:F]2. (i). In addition, assume that ~he previously constructed (a) F B. is a simple algebra Thus and = is finite for (b) C(K) is simple. every element of with identity over a field F and let K be the commutative field B is = F.

M2. Since is a crossed The following example, due to [Kothe ,32 product. 182-184], shows that a finite dimensional division algebra over its center = [K:FJ2. 7, F A S D , PROOF. [K:F]. 5) : G x G independent D = F, and tl1at ,. 3). ,R}. 4 is separable extension implies that also F. 15. ,') then for a division However, it is not always possible to find a maximal separable. subfield zero, Otherwise it will be shown later that there always exists a maximal subfield of € C € K*. all subfields of = F, center D F.

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