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 Jul 2 awarded Curious May 13 awarded Nice Question Apr 22 awarded Tumbleweed Mar 18 accepted Yoneda Lemma Exercises Feb 10 accepted An application of Yoneda Lemma Feb 10 asked An application of Yoneda Lemma Feb 9 asked Yoneda Lemma Exercises Feb 8 accepted Equivalent definitions of the Jacobson Radical Feb 8 asked Equivalent definitions of the Jacobson Radical Jan 28 comment A corollary of Koethe's theoremThanks alot @Georges. Jan 28 accepted A corollary of Koethe's theorem Jan 28 comment A corollary of Koethe's theoremThank you! I understand (2), can you say a few more words on (1)? Jan 28 asked A corollary of Koethe's theorem Jan 21 comment A characterization of finite purely inseparable extensions of fieldsThank you very much for both parts of the answer! By the way, I meant that \$A/J(A)\$ is a product of a finite number of fields, not necessarily a product of 2 fields. This is true irregardless of whether \$K/k\$ is purely inseparable or not. In the purely inseparable case I assume that this finite number turns out to be 1 (this is just to help a future reader of this question and answer). Jan 21 awarded Scholar Jan 21 accepted A characterization of finite purely inseparable extensions of fields Jan 21 awarded Student Jan 21 asked A characterization of finite purely inseparable extensions of fields