Addendum to: "An algebraic proof of the fundamental theorem of algebra"

  title={Addendum to: "An algebraic proof of the fundamental theorem of algebra"},
  author={Rub{\'e}n Puente},
  journal={International Journal of Algebra},
  • R. Puente
  • Published 2018
  • Mathematics
  • International Journal of Algebra
We prove the fundamental theorem of algebra (FTA on brief) by using linear algebra. The proof which arises from a new equivalent reformulation of FTA also works for any infinite field, having root for all polynomials of degree 2, and thus, sufficient condition for that field being algebraically closed. Mathematics Subject Classification: 12D05, 12E05 


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