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Jody Esmonde has written: 'Problems in algebraic number theory' -- subject(s): Algebraic number theory, Problems, exercises, Problems, exercises, etc Full Answer

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Uwe Kraeft has written: 'Galois number theory' -- subject(s): Galois theory, Mathematics, OUR Brockhaus selection 'Characters in number theory' 'Congruent numbers' -- subject(s): Mathematik, Number theory, OUR Brockhaus selection 'Applied number theory' -- subject(s): Mathematics, Number theory 'Primes in number… Full Answer

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Graham Everest has written: 'Heights of polynomials and entropy in algebraic dynamics' -- subject(s): Arithmetical algebraic geometry, Curves, Elliptic, Differentiable dynamical systems, Elliptic Curves, Measure theory 'An introduction to number theory' -- subject(s): Number theory Full Answer

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In abstract algebra, group theory studies structures known as groups. Group theory has three historical sources number theory, the theory of algebraic equations, and geometry. Full Answer

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A. O. Gel'fond has written: 'Elementary methods in the analytic theory of numbers' 'Transcendental and algebraic numbers' -- subject(s): Algebraic number theory, Numbers, Transcendental, Transcendental numbers Full Answer

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Henry B. Mann has written: 'Analysis and design of experiments' 'Addition theorems' -- subject(s): Group theory, Number theory 'Introduction to algebraic number theory' -- subject(s): Number theory Full Answer

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Gerald J. Janusz has written: 'Algebraic number fields' -- subject(s): Class field theory, Algebraic fields Full Answer

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Daniel Huybrechts has written: 'Fourier-Mukai Transforms in Algebraic Geometry (Oxford Mathematical Monographs)' 'The geometry of moduli spaces of sheaves' -- subject(s): Sheaf theory, Moduli theory, Algebraic Surfaces 'The geometry of moduli spaces of sheaves' -- subject(s): Algebraic Surfaces, Moduli theory… Full Answer

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Michel Waldschmidt has written: 'Diophantine Approximation on Linear Algebraic Groups' 'Transcendence methods' -- subject(s): Transcendental numbers, Algebraic number theory 'Linear independence of logarithms of algebraic numbers' -- subject(s): Linear algebraic groups, Linear dependence (Mathematics), Algebraic fields Full Answer

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He is known mainly for his revolutionary advances in algebraic geometry, and also for major contributions to number theory, category theory and homological algebra, and his early achievements in functional analysis. Full Answer

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Istva Sa ndor Ga l has written: 'Lectures on algebraic and analytic theory' -- subject(s): Number theory Full Answer

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An algebraic number is a complex number which is the root of a polynomial equation with rational coefficients. Full Answer

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Stephen S. Shatz has written: 'Profinite groups, arithmetic, and geometry' -- subject(s): Algebraic number theory, Finite groups, Homology theory Full Answer

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G. Orzech has written: 'Plane algebraic curves' -- subject(s): Algebraic Curves, Algebraic varieties, Valuation theory Full Answer

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Phillip Griffiths has written: 'Exterior differential systems and the calculus of variations' -- subject(s): Calculus of variations, Exterior differential systems 'Rational homotopy theory and differential forms' -- subject(s): Differential forms, Homotopy theory 'Principles of algebraic geometry' -- subject(s): Algebraic Geometry… Full Answer

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Teruhisa Matsusaka has written: 'Theory of Q-varieties' -- subject(s): Algebraic Geometry, Algebraic varieties, Geometry, Algebraic, Surfaces Full Answer

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Valery Alexeev has written: 'Compact moduli spaces and vector bundles' -- subject(s): Vector bundles, Moduli theory, Algebraic geometry -- Curves -- Vector bundles on curves and their moduli, Congresses, Algebraic geometry -- Curves -- Families, moduli (algebraic), Algebraic geometry… Full Answer

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Euclid. The thirteen books cover Euclidean geometry and the ancient Greek version of elementary number theory. The work also includes an algebraic system that has become known as geometric algebra, which is powerful enough to solve many algebraic problems, including… Full Answer

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He has a theory on algebraic geometry. He introduced his theory to the International Congress of Mathmaticians. Full Answer

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classifacation of algebraic expression according to the number of terms Full Answer

Algebraic topology uses algebraic structures (like groups) to characterize and distinguish topological manifolds. So it is useful in any case where manifolds may look very different but in fact be identical. This is often other areas of mathematics or in… Full Answer

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Michael Artin has written: 'Etale homotopy' -- subject(s): Homotopy theory 'Algebraic spaces' -- subject(s): Algebraic functions, Algebraic spaces Full Answer

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An algebraic number is one which is a root of a polynomial equation with rational coefficients. All rational numbers are algebraic numbers. Irrational numbers such as square roots, cube roots, surds etc are algebraic but there are others that are… Full Answer

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C. Faber has written: 'Classification of algebraic varieties' -- subject(s): Congresses, Classification theory, Algebraic varieties Full Answer

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David Mumford has written: 'Geometric invariant theory' -- subject(s): Algebraic Geometry, Geometry, Algebraic, Invariants Full Answer

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Let x be your number. The algebraic term for x divided by 4 is then x/4 Full Answer

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The algebraic expression for three more than a number is: X + 3 Full Answer

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An algebraic number is a number that is a root of a non-zero polynomial with rational coefficients. A transcendental number is a real or complex number that is not an algebraic number. Two notable examples are pi and e. Full Answer

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A factor is a number or algebraic expression by which another is exactly divisible. A multiple is a number or algebraic expression that can be divided by another number or algebraic expression without a remainder. Factors go into numbers, numbers… Full Answer

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Algebraic terms is when a letter, for example 'x', represents a number in a formula or sum. Full Answer

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An algebraic integer is a number which is a root of a monic polynomial whose coefficients are integers. Full Answer

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a common factor Full Answer

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R. B. McFeat has written: 'Geometry of numbers in adele spaces' -- subject(s): Number theory, Topological spaces, Algebraic fields Full Answer

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An algebraic equation or inequality can have a solution, an algebraic expression cannot. If substituting a number in place of a variable results in the equation or inequality being a true statement, then that number is a solution of the… Full Answer

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Armand Borel has written: 'Cohomologie des espaces localement compacts d'apre s J. Leray' -- subject(s): Homology theory, Topology 'Seminar on transformation groups' -- subject(s): Transformation groups, Algebraic topology 'Oeuvres =' -- subject(s): Mathematics 'Some finiteness properties of adele groups over… Full Answer

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The square root of 6 is an irrational number. It is also an algebraic number, a quadratic surd, an algebraic integer, a constructible number, and a computable number. Full Answer

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If I understand the question correctly, it is when the algebraic equation (or inequality) is true. Full Answer

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Shian-ming Chang has written: 'On the principal-ideal property in number fields' -- subject(s): Class field theory, Algebraic fields Full Answer

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Let the number be x and so the algebraic expression would be: 3x -5 Full Answer

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An algebraic number is one which is a root of a non-constant polynomial equation with rational coefficients. A transcendental number is not an algebraic number. Although a transcendental number may be complex, Pi is not. Full Answer

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it is x + 5 Full Answer

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