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comment A corollary of Koethe's theorem
Thanks alot @Georges.
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comment A corollary of Koethe's theorem
Thank you! I understand (2), can you say a few more words on (1)?
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comment A characterization of finite purely inseparable extensions of fields
Thank 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).
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