Suppose $G$ is a reductive algebraic group defined over a field $k$.
Is this right?
If so, it means for each maximal $k$-split $k$-tori $T$ there are many maximal $k$-anisotropic ones $T'$ that commute with $T$? Finitely many?
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Sign up to join this communitySuppose $G$ is a reductive algebraic group defined over a field $k$.
Is this right?
If so, it means for each maximal $k$-split $k$-tori $T$ there are many maximal $k$-anisotropic ones $T'$ that commute with $T$? Finitely many?