By Colin Maclachlan, Alan W. Reid

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P) ) , gcneral ising 1 1� 1 l l ( ' r 's fu n c tiou . 26) [Rk : Rk n kM] 'tLJhere IMoo l denotes the number of real places in M . 5 No. 2 so that its order depends on which units in Rk are totally positive. Remark For valuations and results on valuations in number fields, see Janusz { 1996) , Chapter 2, §1 and §3 or Artin (1968) , Chapter 1. For discrete valu ation rings, see Janusz (1996) , Chapter 1 , §3. For ray class groups, see . Janusz (1996) , Chapter 4, §1 or Lang (1970) , Chapter 6.

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4). a�'>k . In some simple cases, elementary arguments will yield these units, I Hit, in general, more powerful techniques are required. ( \! == _ Let k = Q (t), where t satisfies af + x + 1 = 0. his case. Note that t is a unit. In fact, we will prove that it is a fundamental 1 1 11it. Suppose that p a + bt + ct2 , where a, b, c E Z, is a fundamental unit, sc ' that t ±pn . Let k denote the Galois closure of k. Then xn ± t must split c ·ornpletely in k and so e21ri jn E k. If Q (�1ri jn ) C k, then n = 1, 2, 3, 4, 6.