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Conversely, if [f1lg and if [gllh then [l11h by (3); thus [f11[g]. 4). Therefore, [llid (q = 1, 7r = f jd) and [d]lf (q = f jd, 7r = 1), so [f] = [d] by (4). (6) If hq = h7r, then hhq = hh7r for all h, and (6) follows. 9. PROPOSITION (7). Ifa,f3 E K, and a only if ,8 j a is integral over r. =1= 0, then [a]l,8 if and If 13 j a is integral over r, then a . (13 j a) = ,8 . 1 shows that [a] 113. Conversely, suppose [a]lf3, that is, aq = j37r. 9 First Propositions 21 'Y = f3 / G, this is simply the statement that there is a primitive polynomial 7r such that 'Y7r has coefficients integral over r.
An integral divisor other than  is irreducible in K if and only if it is prime in K. 18 Factorization of Divisors 31 or [f]l[h]. If [f]l[g], say [g] = [f][q], where [q] is integral, then [f] = [g][h] = [f][q][h],  = [q][h], [h]l[l] , [h] = . Similarly, if [f]l[h], then [g] = , so [g] or [h] is , as was to be shown. Suppose now that [f] =f [II,is an integral divisor irreducible in K, and suppose that [f]l[g][h], where [g] and [h] are divisors in K. 15, that is, [f]l[h]. If [f,g] =f , then, since [J] = [f, g][q] for some integral divisor [q], and [J] is irreducible, [q] must be , [f] must be [f, g], and [f] must divide [g].
And to want the answer to be framed in terms of set theory. Those trained in this tradition will want to think of a divisor as an equivalence class of polynomials, when equivalence of polynomials is the property of representing the same divisor. I believe, however, that instead of asking what a divisor is one should ask what it does. It divides things. Specifically, it divides (or does not divide) polynomials with coefficients in K. The definition of what a divisor does involves a given polynomial, and two polynomials represent the same divisor if the corresponding divisors do the 20 Divisor Theory same thing.
Algebra IV: infinite groups, linear groups by A. I. Kostrikin, I. R. Shafarevich