√2 +√3: four different views

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Landau, S. √2 +√3: four different views. The Mathematical Intelligencer 20, 55–60 (1998). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03025229

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Keywords

  • Galois Group
  • Galois Theory
  • Maximal Chain
  • Splitting Field
  • Irreducible Factor