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Deﬁnition 2. X / 2 C ŒX has a root in C . Remark. The ﬁeld ރof complex number is algebraic closed; this is proved through analysis, function theory or algebra (see Volume II for the latter). F2. The following statements about a ﬁeld C are equivalent: (i) C is algebraically closed. (ii) Every irreducible polynomial in C ŒX is linear (that is, of degree 1). (iii) Every nonconstant polynomial in C ŒX is completely decomposable into linear factors. (iv) If E=C is an algebraic ﬁeld extension, E D C .
It turns out to be useful to extend our terminology a little in a formal sense. Toward this goal we ﬁrst ﬁx a directory of primes ᏼ of R specifying a representative for each class of associated primes; that is, ᏼ is a set of nonzero prime elements of R such that every nonzero prime of R is associated with one and only one element of ᏼ. ) In many cases there is a canonical choice for ᏼ — for example, in R D ޚthe set of natural prime numbers stands out, and in the polynomial ring KŒX over a ﬁeld K we can take for ᏼ the set of all normalized prime polynomials.
We regard EM as an extension of K. EM /M 2I , to conclude that there exists a ﬁeld extension E=K and K-homomorphisms M W EM ! E for each M 2 I . We claim that for every ﬁnite ﬁeld extension L=K there exists a K-homomorphism from L into E. ˛1 ; : : : ; ˛m / with each ˛i algebraic over K, consider the homomorphism of K-algebras ' W KŒX1 ; : : : ; Xm ! Xi / D ˛i . Let M be its kernel. Then ' yields an isomorphism KŒX1 ; : : : ; Km =M ! L. Hence M is a maximal ideal of KŒX1 ; : : : ; Xm , and the claim is proved.