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Integral domains, ﬁelds and polynomial rings
1.1. Recollections on integral domains and ﬁelds
1.2. Polynomial rings
1.3. Identifying irreducible polynomials
1.4. Finding roots of complex polynomials of small degree
1.5. Automorphisms of rings and ﬁelds
Exercises on Chapter 1
2.1. Fields and subﬁelds
2.2. SIMPLE AND FINITELY GENERATED EXTENSIONS 27
2.2. Simple and ﬁnitely generated extensions
Exercises on Chapter 2
3.1. Algebraic extensions
3.2. Splitting ﬁelds and Kronecker’s Theorem
3.3. Monomorphisms between extensions
3.4. Algebraic closures
3.5. Multiplicity of roots and separability
3.6. The Primitive Element Theorem
3.7. Normal extensions and splitting ﬁelds
Exercises on Chapter 3
Galois extensions and the Galois Correspondence
4.1. Galois extensions
4.2. Working with Galois groups
4.3. Subgroups of Galois groups and their ﬁxed ﬁelds
4.4. SUBFIELDS OF GALOIS EXTENSIONS AND RELATIVE GALOIS GROUPS 53
4.4. Subﬁelds of Galois extensions and relative Galois groups
4.5. The Galois Correspondence and the Main Theorem of Galois Theory
4.6. GALOIS EXTENSIONS INSIDE THE COMPLEX NUMBERS AND COMPLEX CONJUGATION 55
4.6. Galois extensions inside the complex numbers and complex conjugation
4.7. Galois groups of even and odd permutations
4.8. Kaplansky’s Theorem
Exercises on Chapter 4
Galois extensions for ﬁelds of positive characteristic
5.1. Finite ﬁelds
5.2. Galois groups of ﬁnite ﬁelds and Frobenius mappings
5.3. The trace and norm mappings
Exercises on Chapter 5
6.1. A proof of the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra
6.2. Cyclotomic extensions
6.3. ARTIN’S THEOREM ON LINEAR INDEPENDENCE OF CHARACTERS 75
6.3. Artin’s Theorem on linear independence of characters
Exercises on Chapter 6
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