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This implies that the complementary direct summand Nan ⊗ M (Q) (in N ⊗ M (Q) |E ) is isomorphic to X|E . Note that Nan ⊗ M (Q) is a direct summand in M (Q )(1)[2] ⊗ M (Q). So, α2 |E and β2 |E give us maps α2 : N |E → M (Q × Q)(1)[2] and β2 : M (Q × Q)(1)[2] → N |E such that β2 ◦ α2 = (β2 ◦ α2 )|E . If α2 ◦ ˜j ∈ Hom(Z(m)[2m], M (Q × Q)(1)[2]) = CHm−1 (Q × Q) is represented by the cycle A, and ϕ ˜ ◦ β2 ∈ Hom(M (Q × Q)(1)[2], Z(m)[2m]) = CHm−1 (Q × Q) is represented by the cycle B, then the composition (ϕ˜ ◦ β2 ) ◦ (α2 ◦ ˜j) ∈ End(Z(m)[2m]) = Z is given by the degree of the 0-cycle A ∩ B ∈ CH0 (Q × Q).

17, degN2 ◦ε : CHs (N1 |k ) → Z/2 is zero for all s. Thus, for s = r, ε(s) ∈ Z is even. Deﬁne ε := ε − s=r (ε(s) /2) · κs,1→2. Then ε(r) = ε(r) , and ε(s) = 0 for s = r. 4, there exists κr,1→2 ∈ Hom(N1 , N2 ) such that λµ · κr,1→2 |k = ε |k . Clearly, κr,1→2 has the desired properties. 20. 6. Then there exists α2 ∈ Hom(N1 , N2 ) such that (α − α2 )(r) ∈ {2 · Hom(CHr (N1 |k ), CHr (N2 |k )) + θr,1→2 · Z}, and (α2 )(r) = η · A, where η is odd and A : CHr (N1 |k ) → CHr (N2 |k ) is an isomorphism.

2 shows that the Tate motives Z, Z(1)[2], . . , Z(i1 (q)−1)[2i1 (q)−2] all belong to diﬀerent connected components of Λ(Q). Here is a generalization of this result. 1 The (incremental) splitting pattern of a quadratic form or a quadric is deﬁned at the end of Sect. 13 ([26, Corollary 2]). Let Q be a smooth projective quadric, and N be an indecomposable direct summand of M (Q) such that iW (q|Ft ) ≤ a(N ) < iW (q|Ft+1 ). Then for each iW (q|Ft ) ≤ j < iW (q|Ft+1 ), the motive N (j − a(N ))[2j − 2a(N )] is isomorphic to a direct summand of M (Q).