Charles W. Curtis

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The name Évariste Galois and the subject known today as Galois theory are familiar to anyone who has studied modern algebra. In his short life of twenty years, ended following a duel in May 1832, Galois created the foundations of a large part of algebra as it is studied today, together with individual results that have never lost their sparkle. There were(More)
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