Let I want to show Any hints? (For , the field generated by over is defined to be the smallest subfield of which contains both and , denoted by ) Thanks
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Originally Posted by bram kierkels Let I want to show Any hints? (For , the field generated by over is defined to be the smallest subfield of which contains both and , denoted by ) Thanks . Since clearly , it is impossible that ... Now, I'm guessing you may have wanted to prove , but then the first part must be enough to show the way to prove what you want. Tonio
Originally Posted by bram kierkels Let I want to show for some Conversely, for some Hence
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