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Then we have °H(S) ; B) = IHCs) ; B) = {a} for every subgroup S) of 6), whence -IHeS) ; B) = {a} and d-k-1HCf{) ; A) ;;:::. {O}. 1 is thereby proved. 2. Let ® be a finite group and A a ®-module. the following conditions are satisfied: for every subgroup fO of IHCfij ; A) == {O} and 2HUr;; ; A) is cycNc of the same order as fij. Assume that ®, we have Then, for any integerd, we have dH(G) ; A);:d- 2HC® ; Z). 9 ; A). Let B =h[@] ®A; then, for any subgroup fij of ®, we have -lH(f{) ; B) ={a} and °HCf() ; B) is cyclic of the same order as~.

Exp x is a continuous homomorphism; since lJ1 is a compact additive group, exp M is compact and therefore closed, whence UI ::;:. exp M. Bj the theorem of the normal base, there is an xoEL such that the transforms of Xo by the operations of aEsume that xoE M. @ form a base of L / K; and we may obviously Let 0 be the ring of integers of K; set M' == Then M' is a submodule of M.

4 ][~] ---")- 0. », where n is the order of We have O'(e+b o) ::::a+n:7o= (n-1)bo (mod Z(O'+bo ~. Let 110 be the class of bo in °H(~ ; B), then j~«n -1) 110) :::: 0; since nao = 0, we have r~([3o) :::: 0. = {o}. J, ; B)) of index m; then R I1 ( r1 ({3u») =- 111 (:)o is of order 121m, which proves that rlJ({:)o) is of order =0 (mod nlm). ;) ; B) is cyclic of order 121m, it is generated by rB({:)O). Smcej(bo)EO'GjE, B» : : {O}. ;)]) -;::lH(ff) ; Z) :::: {O}. ;) of G>. ) ; ][~]) ..... H'(ff) ; B) associated to the exact sequence written above.

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