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B(R). B(R), and ordR*] = d = ordR]; consequently R fl M(R*) is a principal ideal in R with ordR(R fl M(R*)) = 1 and ] = (R fl M(R*))d. This contradicts the assumption that (R, ]) is unresolved. 6). B(R) such that (S, I) has anormal crossing at R, and let (R', j', 1') be a monoidal transform of (R, ], I, S). Then l' has anormal crossing atR'. PROOF. Let d = ord s ], n = dim R, m = dim S, and = dirn R'. Since (S, I) has anormal crossing at R, there exists a basis (Xl' ... , X n ) of M(R) and nonnegative integers a(l), ...
We can write x = rx~t ... " and y = SX~l ... x~" where: rand s are units in Aj XI' ... , Xn are nonzero elements in R such that xlA, ... , xnA are distinct prime ideals in Aj al , ... , an are nonnegative integersj and bl , ... , bn are integers. A; since y EI-I and zi EI, we get that yz. E A and hence a. + b. ~ O. This being so for 1 ::::;; i ::::;; n, we get that y EX-lA. Thus I-I = x-lA, and hence lI-I = Ix- I and (lI-I)x = I. 8). Let I be a nonzero ideal in a unique Jactorization domain A. Then: I is a principal ideal in A <=> lI-I = A.
Then w/x d ER', (w/xd)R' = j', w/xd ~ xR', and ordR,x = 1. Suppose if possible that (R', j') is resolved. Then (w/xd)R' = ydR' withy E R' such that ordR,y = 1. Let R* = R~R'. Then R* is a one-dimensional regular local domain and ord R*(w / x d ) = d. Also x ~ y R' and hence ord R*W = d and (R fl M(S))R* = R*. B(R). B(R), and ordR*] = d = ordR]; consequently R fl M(R*) is a principal ideal in R with ordR(R fl M(R*)) = 1 and ] = (R fl M(R*))d. This contradicts the assumption that (R, ]) is unresolved.
Current Trends in Arithmetical Algebraic Geometry (Contemporary Mathematics) by K. A. Ribet
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