More transfer principles
For a finite solvable algebra A, the only possible labels of prime quotients in Con A are 1 and 2. Tame congruence theory places some general restrictions on how these labels may be distributed, depending on the shape of Con A, but without added assumptions there is much freedom. If V(A) happens to be decidable (structured), then we will show that Con A must satisfy the (1, 2) and the (2, 1) transfer principles as defined in Chapter 5.
KeywordsAbelian Variety Inductive Argument Previous Chapter Finite Variety Transfer Principle
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