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Fm ∈ K((x)) such that f = i=1 fi ui . Multiplying both sides by a large power of x, we may assume that f1 , . . , fm ∈ K[[x]] and f (0) = 0. 2, f1 , . . , fm ∈ K((x))0 , hence f ∈ F . This contradiction to the choice of f implies that [F : F¯ ] = p. Hence, [K((x))F : K((x))F ] = [F : Fˆ ] = p = [F : F ]. This implies that Fˆ and F are linearly disjoint over F . By the tower property of linear disjointness, K((x)) and F are linearly disjoint over K((x))0 , as claimed. 4: Let K be a complete field under an ultrametric absolute value | | and denote the field of all convergent power series in x with coefficients in K by K((x))0 .

Proof of (b): Note that F1γ = F1γ = F1 and similarly Qγ1 = Q1 and Gγ1 = G1 for each γ ∈ Γ. Thus, Γ G1 is a subgroup of Γ G = Gal(F/E0 ) that leaves F1 invariant. The fixed field of Γ G1 in F1 is E0 . Since |Γ G1 | = [F1 : E0 ], this implies by Galois theory that F1 /E0 is Galois with Galois group Γ G1 . The identification Gal(F1 /E0 ) = Γ G1 restricts further to Gal(E/E0 ) = Γ. This completes the commutativity of the lower part of the diagram in (b). Since each γ ∈ Γ fixes 1 it leaves I {1} invariant, so Γ leaves H = Gi | i ∈ I {1} invariant.

Yd are the distinct conjugates of y1 over K((x))0 . Also, v(y1 ) ≥ 1 and yi = x1s (yi −y)+y1 , so v(yi ) ≤ −1, i = 2, . . , d. If y1 belongs to K((x))0 , then so does y, and conversely. Therefore, we replace yi by yi , if necessary, to assume that (1) v(y) ≥ 1 and v(yi ) ≤ −1, i = 2, . . , d. ∞ In particular y = n=0 an xn with a0 = 0. The elements y1 , . . , yd are the roots of an irreducible separable polynomial h(Y ) = pd Y d + pd−1 Y d−1 + · · · + p1 Y + p0 with coefficients pi ∈ O. Let e = min(v(p0 ), .

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