# Properties

 Label 2.2.145.1 Degree 2 Signature $[2, 0]$ Discriminant $5\cdot 29$ Ramified primes $5, 29$ Class number 4 Class group [4] Galois Group $C_2$

# Related objects

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magma: K<a> := NumberField(PolynomialRing(Rationals())![-36, -1, 1]);
sage: K = NumberField(x^2 - x - 36,"a")
gp: K = bnfinit(x^2 - x - 36, 1)

## Normalizeddefining polynomial

$x^{2}$ $\mathstrut -\mathstrut x$ $\mathstrut -\mathstrut 36$

magma: DefiningPolynomial(K);
sage: K.defining_polynomial()
gp: K.pol

## Invariants

 Degree: $2$ magma: Degree(K); sage: K.degree() gp: poldegree(K.pol) Signature: $[2, 0]$ magma: Signature(K); sage: K.signature() gp: K.sign Discriminant: $145=5\cdot 29$ magma: Discriminant(K); sage: K.disc() gp: K.disc Ramified primes: $5, 29$ magma: PrimeDivisors(Discriminant(K)); sage: K.disc().support() gp: factor(abs(K.disc))[,1]~ This field is Galois and abelian over $\Q$. Conductor: $145=5\cdot 29$ Dirichlet group: $\lbrace$$\chi_{145}(1,·), \chi_{145}(144,·)$$\rbrace$

## Integral basis (with respect to field generator $a$)

$1$, $a$

magma: IntegralBasis(K);
sage: K.integral_basis()
gp: K.zk

## Class group and class number

Multiplicative Abelian group isomorphic to C4, order 4

magma: ClassGroup(K);
sage: K.class_group().invariants()
gp: K.clgp

## Unit group

magma: UK, f := UnitGroup(K);
sage: UK = K.unit_group()
 Rank: $1$ magma: UnitRank(K); sage: UK.rank() gp: #K.fu Torsion generator: $-1$ magma: K!f(TU.1) where TU,f is TorsionUnitGroup(K); sage: UK.torsion_generator() gp: K.tu[2] Fundamental unit: $2 a + 11$ magma: [K!f(g): g in Generators(UK)]; sage: UK.fundamental_units() gp: K.fu Regulator: $3.1797854377$ magma: Regulator(K); sage: K.regulator() gp: K.reg

## Galois group

magma: GaloisGroup(K);
sage: K.galois_group(type='pari')
gp: polgalois(K.pol)
 A cyclic group of order 2 Conjugacy class representatives for $C_2$ Character table for $C_2$

## Intermediate fields

 The extension is primitive: there are no intermediate fields between this field and $\Q$.

## Frobenius cycle types

 $p$ Cycle type 2 3 5 7 11 13 17 19 23 29 31 37 41 43 47 53 59 ${\href{/LocalNumberField/2.1.0.1}{1} }^{2}$ ${\href{/LocalNumberField/3.1.0.1}{1} }^{2}$ R ${\href{/LocalNumberField/7.2.0.1}{2} }$ ${\href{/LocalNumberField/11.2.0.1}{2} }$ ${\href{/LocalNumberField/13.2.0.1}{2} }$ ${\href{/LocalNumberField/17.1.0.1}{1} }^{2}$ ${\href{/LocalNumberField/19.2.0.1}{2} }$ ${\href{/LocalNumberField/23.2.0.1}{2} }$ R ${\href{/LocalNumberField/31.2.0.1}{2} }$ ${\href{/LocalNumberField/37.1.0.1}{1} }^{2}$ ${\href{/LocalNumberField/41.2.0.1}{2} }$ ${\href{/LocalNumberField/43.1.0.1}{1} }^{2}$ ${\href{/LocalNumberField/47.1.0.1}{1} }^{2}$ ${\href{/LocalNumberField/53.2.0.1}{2} }$ ${\href{/LocalNumberField/59.1.0.1}{1} }^{2}$

In the table, R denotes a ramified prime. Cycle lengths which are repeated in a cycle type are indicated by exponents.

magma: p := 7; // to obtain a list of $[e_i,f_i]$ for the factorization of the ideal $p\mathcal{O}_K$:
magma: idealfactors := Factorization(p*Integers(K)); // get the data
magma: [<primefactor[2], Valuation(Norm(primefactor[1]), p)> : primefactor in idealfactors];
sage: p = 7; # to obtain a list of $[e_i,f_i]$ for the factorization of the ideal $p\mathcal{O}_K$:
sage: [(e, pr.norm().valuation(p)) for pr,e in K.factor(p)]
gp: p = 7; \\ to obtain a list of $[e_i,f_i]$ for the factorization of the ideal $p\mathcal{O}_K$:
gp: idealfactors = idealprimedec(K, p); \\ get the data
gp: vector(length(idealfactors), j, [idealfactors[j][3], idealfactors[j][4]])

## Local algebras for ramified primes

$p$LabelPolynomial $e$ $f$ $c$ Galois group Slope content
$5$5.2.1.1$x^{2} - 5$$2$$1$$1$$C_2$$[\ ]_{2} 2929.2.1.1x^{2} - 29$$2$$1$$1$$C_2$$[\ ]_{2}$

## Artin representations

Label Dimension Conductor Defining polynomial of Artin field $G$ Ind $\chi(c)$
* 1.1.1t1.1c1$1$ $1$ $x$ $C_1$ $1$ $1$
* 1.5_29.2t1.1c1$1$ $5 \cdot 29$ $x^{2} - x - 36$ $C_2$ $1$ $1$

Data is given for all irreducible representations of the Galois group for the Galois closure of this field. Those marked with * are summands in the permutation representation coming from this field. Representations which appear with multiplicity greater than one are indicated by exponents on the *.