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he discovered it in 1823 Full Answer

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1832 is when he wrote about the groupl theory. Full Answer

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The galois theory is used to solve radicals.this is spectre, signing off Full Answer

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Stephen U. Chase has written: 'Hopf algebras and Galois theory' -- subject(s): Galois theory, Hopf algebras Full Answer

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Many consider him the father of modern algebra. Galois theory was named after him and is very important for many reasons one of which is it provides a connection between field theory in modern algebra and group theory. Full Answer

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Evariste Galois lived from 1811 till 1832. He died in a duel in Mary of 1832. He did not study mathematics at all until 1827 and appears to have concentrated on group theory in 1832. Full Answer

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Patricia Margaret Pearson has written: 'Cyclotomy in the Galois fields' -- subject(s): Galois theory, Cyclotomy Full Answer

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Lisl Gaal has written: 'Classical Galois theory' Full Answer

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I would give credit for this to both Evariste Galois and Niels Henrik Abel. Full Answer

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B. Edixhoven has written: 'Computational aspects of modular forms and Galois representations' -- subject(s): Galois modules (Algebra), Class field theory, MATHEMATICS / Geometry / Algebraic, MATHEMATICS / Advanced Full Answer

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The initial work on Group Theory was carried out by Evariste Galois, but sadly heis work was not accepted by mathematicians of the time and was published only after his death (1832). Full Answer

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He had one younger brother named Alfred Galois and a younger sister named Nathalie Galois. Full Answer

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Edgar Dehn has written: 'Algebraic equations' -- subject(s): Dynamics, Galois theory, Group theory, Lagrange equations, Theory of Equations 'Prime numbers' 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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Évariste Galois (October 25, 1811 -- May 31, 1832) was a French mathematician born in Bourg-la-Reine. While still in his teens, he was able to determine a necessary and sufficient condition for a polynomial to be solvable by radicals, thereby… Full Answer

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Évariste Galois was born on October 25, 1811. Full Answer

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Evariste Galois worked on quadratics when he was a teenager. He was able to establish the means to solve quadratics using radicals and laid the ground work for what became Galois theory. Unfortunately, he died when he was only 20… Full Answer

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Évariste Galois died on May 31, 1832 at the age of 20. Full Answer

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Évariste Galois died on May 31, 1832 at the age of 20. Full Answer

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Celine Carstensen has written: 'Abstract algebra' -- subject(s): Algebraic Geometry, Galois theory, Abstract Algebra, Cryptography Full Answer

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This was first discovered by Evariste Galois not long before his death at the age of 20 in 1832. He found that any polynomial of degree greater than 4 cannot have a general solution in terms of radicals. A field… Full Answer

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Évariste Galois was born on October 25, 1811 and died on May 31, 1832. Évariste Galois would have been 20 years old at the time of death or 203 years old today. Full Answer

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Galois graduated from Louis-le-Grande in 1829 but was expelled from the Normal School in 1830. Full Answer

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The cast of Evariste Galois - 1965 includes: Vincent Kaldor as Le polytechnicien Full Answer

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Evarist Galois http://www.britannica.com/eb/topic-224587/Evariste-Galois Full Answer

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Nikolaus Vonessen has written: 'Actions of linearly reductive groups on affine PI-algebras' -- subject(s): Associative algebras, Galois theory, Noetherian rings Full Answer

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