By Jürgen Neukirch (auth.)

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An is another basis, then the base change matrix T = (ail), ai = >i aijaj, as well as its inverse, has integral entries. , a,,) w.. , a,,). In the special case of an integral basis wt, ... ). 12) Proposition. If a c a' are two nonzero finitely generated oK-submodules of K, then the index (a' : a) is finite and satisfies d(a) = (a' : a)2 d(a'). All we have to show is that the index (a' : a) equals the absolute value of the determinant of the base change matrix passing from a 7L-basis of a to a 7L-basis of a'.

Conversely, if xa c o, then xab C b, so x E b because ab = o. Thus we have b = Finally, if a is an arbitrary fractional ideal and c E o, c # 0, is such that ca c o, then (ca)-1 = c-1a 1 is the inverse of ca, so as 1 = o. a-1. 9) Corollary. Every fractional ideal a admits a unique representation as a product a = f j YVp P with v. E 7G and v, = 0 for almost all p. In other words, JK is the free abelian group on the set of nonzero prime ideals p of o. 3) have a prime decomposition. Therefore a has a prime decomposition of the type stated in the corollary.

Integrality 13 Min C'(D` Proof : Let M ; 0 be a finitely generated B -submodule of L and a 1, ... , a" a basis of LIK. Multiplying by an element of A, we may arrange for the a; to lie in B. 9), we then have dB C Aal + - + Aa,, in particular, rank(B) < [L : K], and since a system of generators of the A-module B is also a system of generators of the K-module L, we have rank(B) = [L : K]. Let A 1, ... , A, E M be a system of generators of the B-module M. , r, so that aM C B. Then - coo 0-] mar' lei adMCdB t3.