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Course: MATH 225a, Fall 2008
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225A MATH PROBLEM SHEET II JANUARY 26, 2006 1. Find the ring of integers, and calculate the discriminant of Q( 3 5). 2. Find the ring of integers, and calculate the discriminant of Q( 2, i). 3. Marcus, Chapter II, Exercise 22. 4. Marcus, Chapter II, Exercise 28. 5. Let be a root of the polynomial T 3 2T + 2. Calculate the ring of integers of Q(). 6. Let K be a number eld with [K : Q] = n, and let 2t of the n...

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