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E. m = 2 and U(Xi) = -Xi. Since {llxll I x E A} is a discrete subset of JR, the decreasing sequence and the equality ~llxili (Xi) is constant for i sufficiently large, and this constant is zero for m 2: 3, since the sequence is then strictly decreasing. Thus for m 2: 3 (resp. 5 Bilinear and Quadratic Forms 17 m = 2), for all x E E and for i sufficiently large, we have (u - Id)i(x) = 0 (resp. e. u - Id (resp. u 2 - Id) is nilpotent. e. possess a diagonal form over q, and so are u - Id and u 2 - Id.

For each prime divisor p of det(A), consider the sublattice JP (~ An A*), then replace the scalar product x . y by ~ x . y every time the congruence x . y == 0 mod p holds on A n A *, and repeat the same procedure over and over until it stabilizes. We finally obtain a lattice which satisfies the following two properties: 1. The annihilator of A * I A is square free; 2. For all p, dimz/pz(A* I A)p :S ~. 10 Tensor Product and Exterior Powers Again let R be a commutative ring. We can define ([Bou2]' Chapter II, § 3) the tensor product M®AN of two R-modules M and N.

We have det(p(A)) = [det Bb (p(A))]2 = [det Bb (p(Bo)) det p(Bo)(p(A))]2 , where I detp(13o) (p(A))1 = Idet13o(A)1 = Ll(A), and Idet13o(p(Bo))1 is the discriminant of the projection of the cubic lattice with basis Bo = (EI' ... ,Er). e. e. A c F. 3. ) Let A be a lattice which is the direct sum of relative lattices AI, A 2, ... ,Ak . Then we have det(A) ::; det(At} det(A 2 ) ... det(Ak) , and equality holds if and only if the direct sum is orthogonal. Proof. By induction, we are immediately reduced to the case where k = 2.

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