Math 547, Exam 2. 3/19/10.
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Quiz for March 4, 2005
1. Let F E be elds with E a nite dimensional vector space over F . Let R
be a ring with F R E . Prove that R is a eld.
ANSWER: Take u R , with u = 0 . I will pr
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Quiz for April 18, 2005
1. Let K C be elds, and let f (x) be an irreducible polynomial in K [x] .
Prove that f (x) has DISTINCT roots in C .
ANSWER: This is a proof by contradiction.
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Quiz for April 4, 2005
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1. Let = e 17 and let K be the eld Q[ ] . Find an element u2 in K with
dimQ Q[u2 ] = 4 .
ANSWER: I use Galois Theory. If AutQ K , then ( ) must be a root of
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Quiz for March 28, 2005
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1. Let = e 7 and let K be the eld Q[ ] . Find an element u1 in K with
dimQ Q[u1 ] = 2 .
ANSWER: Let u1 = + 2 + 4 . Observe that
u2 = 2 + 2 3 + 2 5 + 4 + 2 6
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Quiz for March 16, 2005
1. Prove that a regular 7 -gon is not constructible.
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ANSWER: A regular 7 -gon is constructible if and only if = e 7 is
constructible. It is clear that is a
Review sheet for Exam 4
1. Be able to do all of the assigned Homework problems from March 23 and April
4.
2. Find the lattice of subelds between Q and F , where F is the splitting eld
of x3 2 over Q .
Math 547, Exam 4, Spring , 2005
The exam is worth 50 points. Each problem is worth 10 points.
Write your answers as legibly as you can on the blank sheets of paper provided.
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Math 547, Final Exam, Spring , 2005
The exam is worth 100 points. Each problem is worth 11 1/9 points.
Write your answers as legibly as you can on the blank sheets of paper provided.
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The answer is correct!
Let u =
3
2 . In class we calculated that the inverse of 1 + 2u + 3u2 in Q[u] is
1
(9 + (27u + 450)(3u 2).
801(9)
Of course, this answer may be cleaned up to become:
1
(81u2 + 1
Math 547, Exam 4, Spring , 2005 Solutions
The exam is worth 50 points. Each problem is worth 10 points.
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Quiz for January 21, 2005
Prove that the composition of two ring homomorphisms is a ring homomorphism.
ANSWER: Suppose : R S and : S T are ring homomorphisms.
We see that
( )(1) = (1
Homework 8 Solutions.
6.4 #1. Determine the splitting elds in C for the following polynomials (over Q).
(a) x2 2. The roots are cfw_ 2; hence, a splitting eld is Q( 2).
(b) x2 + 3. The roots are cfw_
Math 547, Exam 3 Information.
4/16/10, LC 303B, 10:10 - 11:00.
Exam 3 will be based on:
Homework and textbook sections covered by lectures 3/15 - 4/12.
(see http:/www.math.sc.edu/boylan/SCCourses/547S
Math 547, Exam 2 Information.
3/19/10, LC 303B, 10:10 - 11:00.
Exam 2 will be based on:
Homework and textbook sections covered by lectures 2/3 - 3/5.
(see http:/www.math.sc.edu/boylan/SCCourses/547Sp1
Math 547, Exam 1 Information.
2/10/10, LC 303B, 10:10 - 11:00.
Exam 1 will be based on:
Sections 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 9.1;
The corresponding assigned homework problems
(see http:/www.math.sc.edu/boylan/SC
Math 547, Exam 1. 2/9/10.
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The exam is approximately 15 percent of the total grade.
There are 100 points total. Partial
Math 547, Exam 3. 4/16/10.
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The exam is approximately 15 percent of the total grade.
There are 100 points total. Partial
Homework 7 Solutions.
6.1 #12. Assuming that is transcendental over Q, show that either + e or e is transcendental
over Q.
Proof. Suppose, by way of contradiction that
+ e is algebraic over Q with de
Homework 5 Solutions.
4.2 #1 d. Use the division algorithm to nd the quotient and remainder when f (x) = 2x4 + x3 6x2
x + 2 is divided by g (x) = 2x2 5 over Q.
Solution: Long division gives:
1
1
f (x
Math 547, Final Exam, Spring , 2005
The exam is worth 100 points. Each problem is worth 11 1/9 points.
Write your answers as legibly as you can on the blank sheets of paper provided.
Use only one side