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I do not know any strategies for proving that a prime is totally ramified using its inertia group beyond just making use of the definition, which is, as I said above, that the inertia group is equal to the entire Galois group. Edit: Regarding my last comment, I guess it is worth mentioning that the a prime is totally ramified in an infinite extension if and only if it is totally ramified in every finite subextension. Sign up to join this community. The best answers are voted up and rise to the top.
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