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**Directions: Work each problem in a separate bluebook. Give reasons for your answers,
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and make clear which facts you are assuming. If you have any questions about notation,

terminology the meaning of a problem or the level of detail appropriate, please do not

hesitate to ask the proctor.

Notation:

Z: Integers

Q: Rational Field

R: Real Field

C: Complex Field

GL(, ): Full linear group

Fq : Finite field with q elements

**1. Let G be a group of order pn where p is prime and n > 1. Show that G has an
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automorphism of order p.

**2. Let M be a 9 × 9 matrix over C with characteristic polynomial (x2 + 1)3 (x + 1)3 and
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with minimal polynomial (x2 + 1)2 (x + 1).

(a) Find trace(M ) and det(M ).

(b) How many distinct conjugacy classes of such matrices are there in GL(9, C)? Write

down the Jordan form over C for one such matrix M .

(c) Write down a 9 × 9 matrix with rational coefficients with the above characteristic

and minimal polynomials.

3. Let F = C(z) be the field of rational functions in one variable over C, i.e. the field of

fractions of the polynomial ring A = C[z].

(a) Show that A = C[z] is integrally closed in F = C(z).

(b) Show that f (y) = y 5 − (z + 1)(z + 2) ∈ F [y] is irreducible.

(c) Let E = F [y]/(f (y)) and let B = C[z, y] ⊂ E be the integral closure of A = C[z]

in E. Consider the prime ideals p0 = (z) and p1 = (z + 1) in A. How many prime

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4. Suppose G is a finite group, N ⊂ G is a subgroup, and ρ : G → End(V ) is an

irreducible complex representation of G. Suppose there is a nonzero vector v0 ∈ V such

that ρ(x)v0 = v0 for all x ∈ N .

(a) If N is normal in G, prove that N is contained in the kernel of ρ.

(b) Give an example to show that the conclusion to (a) need not be true if N is not

normal in G.

5(a). Suppose that F is a field of characteristic p > 0. If α is algebraic over F , show that

n

α is separable over F if and only if F (α) = F (αp ) for all n ≥ 1.

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rational functions in two independent variables over k. Let E = F (x1/p , y 1/p ). Prove that

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the group of invertible 5 × 5 matrices over the field F2 . Find the order of GL(5. Write down elements σ and τ of orders 6 and 7. and [E : Q(α)]. [E : Q(ζ)]. and β 2 . ej )). Algebra Qualifying Exam. . en . Classify groups of order 306 that have a cyclic 3-Sylow subgroup. 2(a). α] and find the degrees [E : Q]. Let R be a commutative ring and let E be an R-module spanned over R by elements e1 .) (b). Show that the polynomial f (x) = x5 + x3 + x2 + x + 1 ∈ F2 [x] is irreducible. Let ζ be a primitive √ 7th root of unity in C and let β = ζ + ζ + ζ . Let E be the splitting field of the polynomial x14 + 7 = f (x) over Q and let α be a root of f (x) in C. . where B is the n × n matrix (b(ei . F2 ). Notation: Z: Integers Q: Rational Field R: Real Field C: Complex Field GL( ): Full linear group Fq : Finite field with q elements 1. . yxy −1 = x4 i. σ(α). (Hint: how many irreducible quadratics are there over F2 ?) (c). Suppose that b : E × E → R is an R-bilinear map such that det(B) ∈ R is not a zero divisor. (c). and make clear which facts you are assuming. . (a) Find the center of G. 2 4 5(a). F2 ). Prove that E is a free R-module. If you have any questions about notation. (c) Find the simple summands of the group ring Q[G]. (Hint: find a linear relation between 1. Show that [Q(β) : Q] = 2 and that −7 ∈ Q(β). (b). terminology the meaning of a problem or the level of detail appropriate. y : y 8 = x17 = 1.) 3. and τ (ζ). respectively. 4. . Exhibit a matrix A of order 31 in GL(5. in Gal(E/Q) by explicitly giving the values σ(ζ). Show that E = Q[ζ. τ (α). (b) Describe the number and dimensions of the irreducible complex representations of G. (Hint: use (b) and some finite field theory. Let G be the group of order 136 = 8 · 17 with presentation hx. Give reasons for your answers. β. Fall 1998: Part II Directions: Work each problem in a separate bluebook. please do not hesitate to ask the proctor.

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