Classical Galois Theory: With Examples

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AMS Chelsea Pub., American Mathematical Society, 1998 - Mathematics - 248 pages
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Galois theory is considered one of the most beautiful subjects in mathematics, but it is hard to appreciate this fact fully without seeing specific examples. Numerous examples are therefore included throughout this text, in the hope that they will lead to a deeper understanding and genuine appreciation of the more abstract and advanced literature on Galois theory.

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