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The ideal (f (T)) of A is called a= 1 the "characteristic ideal" of X. Then it turns out that the X and p occurring in Iwasawa's theorem are given by X = X(f), p = p(f). , or f,(T) is an associate of a monic polynomial of degree X(f,), irreducible over $, and "distinguished" (which means that the nonleading coefficients are in pZp), as a group. in which case p(f,) = 0 and A/(f,(T)a*) is isomorphic to Then, X = Ca,X(fi), p = Ca,p(f,). The invariant X can be described more simply as X = rankzp(X/Xmp-tors),where XzP-to,, is the torsion subgroup of X.
Thus, if we let rv= Gal((F,)q/F,), then it follows that as n -+ oo corankzp(HI ((F,)~, ~ ) )= ~ pn[Fv f : Q,] + O(1). Iwasawa theory for elliptic curves Ralph Greenberg 68 The structure theory of A-modules then implies that H1((F,),, C) has corank equal to [F, : $,I as a Z,[[r,]]-module. Assume that $ is unramified and that the maximal unrarnified extension of F, contains no p t h roots of unity. (If the ramification index e, for v over p is 5 p - 2, then this will be true. ) Then by (2) we see that H1(F,, C) is divisible.