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Let c ∈ C G , and let us denote by α the cocycle representing δ 0 (c), as deﬁned above. Assume ﬁrst that c ∈ im(g∗ ), that is c = g(b) for some b ∈ B Γ . Then by deﬁnition α is the trivial cocycle, and c is mapped onto the trivial class. Therefore, im(g∗ ) ⊂ ker(δ 0 ). Conversely, assume that δ 0 (c) is trivial, that is ασ = a σ·a−1 for all σ ∈ Γ, for some a ∈ A. Let b ∈ B be a preimage of c under g. We then have f (a σ·a−1 ) = b−1 σ·b for all σ ∈ Γ, so f (a)σ·f (a)−1 = b−1 σ·b for all σ ∈ Γ. Hence bf (a) ∈ B Γ , and we have c = g(b) = g(bf (a)) ∈ im(g∗ ).
2, we are done. We now give an example of an inﬁnite Galois extension. 5. Let ks be the separable closure of k in a ﬁxed algebraic closure of k. Then the extension ks /k is Galois. 18 Inﬁnite Galois theory Proof. First, ks /k is separable. Now let σ : ks −→ kalg be a k-linear embedding. 2). Then σ|L : L −→ kalg is a k-embedding of L into kalg . Since L/k is a Galois extension, we have σ(x) ∈ L. In particular σ(x) is separable, since L/k is separable. Therefore, we have proved that σ(ks ) ⊂ ks .
2) For all i, j, k ∈ I, i ≤ j ≤ k, we have ιjk ◦ ιij = ιik . 28. Let Γ be a proﬁnite group, and let A be a Γ-set. If U ∈ N , set XU = AU . For all U, U ∈ N , U ⊃ U , we denote by ιU,U the inclusion AU ⊂ AU . It is easy to check that we get a directed system of sets. 29. Let ((Xi )i∈I , (ιij )) be a directed system of sets (groups, rings, etc). We deﬁne an equivalence relation on the disjoint Xi as follows: if i, j ∈ I, i ≤ j, xi ∈ Xi , xj ∈ Xj , we say that union i∈I xi ∼ xj if there exists k ∈ I such that k ≥ i, j and ιjk (xj ) = ιik (xi ).