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Since A is abelian, AP is independent of the choice of the prime ideal p, and therefore also the Ar-orbit sums in Irr(G), as long as we view the resulting characters as Ks-valued. However, the choice of p does determine a specific embedding of Kz into Up, which should be recorded to avoid confusion unless Kz = U. We usually do this by giving p-adic approximations of the irrational character values fi(g) for /i in Irr(G, p) (cf. Exercise 18). Coming from the block decomposition for Z PG, the natural definition for a block partition of Irr(G, Up) is the following: fi in Irr(G, Up) is said to belong to the block B(i) of Z PG if I (fi) and B(i) intersect nontrivially.

Exercises 22. Let R be a commutative ring with 1, G a finite group and M an RGlattice. Show that M Q RG and Hom(RG, M) are RG-isomorphic modules (cf. ) Show also that the RG-isomorphism class of either of these modules depends only on the structure of M as an R-module. 23. 33 to establish a bijection between the projective lattices of RG and the projective modules of FG which preserves indecomposability. (Projectives of FG `lift' uniquely). 24. (i) Show that RG has exactly one maximal ideal if G is a p-group.

So suppose that n > 0, and let e be the block idempotent with Me = M. Then the injective 30 PERFECT GROUPS WITH NONTRIVIAL FITTING SUBGROUP Zp G-hull I of M also satisfies le =1, since direct summands of injective modules are injective. If X is the cokernel of the injection M --* I, we get, from the long exact sequence of cohomology and the fact that Hr (G, I) = 0 for all r > 0, H" (G, M) H" -1(G, X), and the result follows by inductive hypothesis. 26 (Block decomposition of 4td x # (G)). Assume that G is perfect.