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Let H:= 8 4 X Z2 = 8 4 X (e), let M:= (c,d,e)
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Then: f= ° for any a: E ~+. Let a: (J-lla:) = p'(AI,) - p(A'I,) + pn, hence p divides (AI,) if (J-lla:) 0 ,E K+. f= O,which is impossible since P~, A' E P~' = , + nK, ° < (AI,) < where p for any Let p, p' be relatively prime integers ~ h v. We define a map of p~-h v x P~' -h v into itself, denoted by (J-l,J-l') 1----+ (P"P,'), and cll,Il', <,Il' = ±1 as follows. 4, there exist a unique P, E p~-h v, p,' E p~'-h v and unique w, w' E W such that p'(J-l + p) - p(J-l' p(J-l' + p) - + p) - w(fi + p) E pM and p' (J-l + p) - w' Cf/ + (5) E p'M, and we let CIl,Il' := c( w), c~/t' := c( w').