I was thinking about this and was not able to prove this. I believe that if this is true then it might be useful in field theory. If, are fields, and algebraic over and . Prove (or disprove): . ???
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Originally Posted by ThePerfectHacker I was thinking about this and was not able to prove this. I believe that if this is true then it might be useful in field theory. If, are fields, and algebraic over and . Prove (or disprove): . ??? I might have the wrong idea here, because I'm not sure how you are using , but my thought is: Let and . and are both algebraic over and . However, . -Dan
You said well, thank you.
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