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Choose a prime element π for O. Then x = uπ −m for some u ∈ O× and a positive integer m. Hence, π −1 = u−1 π m−1 x ∈ R. Therefore, u π k ∈ R for all u ∈ O× and k ∈ Z. We conclude that R = Quot(O). Composita of places attached to discrete valuations of rational function fields of one variable give rise to useful places of rational function fields of several variables. 6: Composition of places. Suppose ψ is a place of a field K with residue field L and ϕ is a place of L with residue field M . Then ψ −1 (Oϕ ) is a valuation ring of K with maximal ideal ψ −1 (mϕ ) and residue field ψ −1 (Oϕ )/ψ −1 (mϕ ) ∼ = Oϕ /mϕ ∼ = M .

If H is normal in G, then H can be chosen to be normal. Proof of (a): If N is an open normal subgroup of G, then H ∩ N is an open normal subgroup of H. The family of all groups H ∩ N is directed and its intersection is trivial. Hence, H = lim H/H ∩ N is a profinite group. ←− Let M be an open normal subgroup of H. 2(a), H ∩ N ≤ M for some open normal subgroup N of G. If M G, then M N G and H ∩ MN = M. Proof of (b): The intersection of all conjugates of H0 in H is an open normal subgroup of H. Hence, by the first statement of the lemma, there is an open normal subgroup N of G such that M = H ∩ N ≤ H0 .

Qm are elements of R which are neither zero nor units and qi |qi+1 , i = 1, . . , m − 1. Multiplying each qi by a unit, we may assume qi = pki with ki an integer and 1 ≤ k1 ≤ k2 ≤ · · · ≤ km . Moreover, the above cited theorem assures Rq1 , . . , Rqm are uniquely determined by the above conditions. Hence, k1 , . . , km are also uniquely determined. Combining the first two paragraphs gives: M∼ = R/pkm R ⊕ · · · ⊕ R/pk1 R ⊕ Rr . ¯ m +r , so n = m + r and m = m. 2 Discrete Valuations 23 Now recall that elements v1 , .