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Ahh, I see now! Jeez I was being stupid. Thanks for the very informative comment :)
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@Mohan By totally ramified do you mean that each point in the fibre of the point ramifies? At the moment, I am just trying to compute the ramification indices. I would like to get my hands dirty so to speak :)
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no problem. I think I understand your edit. Your solution is very elegant! Thanks for the help.
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In my previous comment I was really thinking of $K$ as being inside some chart and homeomorphic to some closed ball. I completely agree with you on saying we have to pass to the covers, but where I get confused is when we have to push back down to $\mathbb{C}\setminus\{0,1\}$ through $q$. However, it is not immediate to me that $q$ will preserve uniformly convergent sequences of functions. I apologize for hassling you, I appreciate the time you have taken to help me!