# Introduction To The Galois Correspondence

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### Introduction to the Galois Correspondence

In this presentation of the Galois correspondence, modern theories of groups and fields are used to study problems, some of which date back to the ancient Greeks. The techniques used to solve these problems, rather than the solutions themselves, are of primary importance. The ancient Greeks were concerned with constructibility problems. For example, they tried to determine if it was possible, using straightedge and compass alone, to perform any of the following tasks? (1) Double an arbitrary cube; in particular, construct a cube with volume twice that of the unit cube. (2) Trisect an arbitrary angle. (3) Square an arbitrary circle; in particular, construct a square with area 1r. (4) Construct a regular polygon with n sides for n > 2. If we define a real number c to be constructible if, and only if, the point (c, 0) can be constructed starting with the points (0,0) and (1,0), then we may show that the set of constructible numbers is a subfield of the field R of real numbers containing the field Q of rational numbers. Such a subfield is called an intermediate field of Rover Q. We may thus gain insight into the constructibility problems by studying intermediate fields of Rover Q. In chapter 4 we will show that (1) through (3) are not possible and we will determine necessary and sufficient conditions that the integer n must satisfy in order that a regular polygon with n sides be constructible.Review"It is the clearest this reviewer has ever seen... Particularly remarkable is the author's avoidance of all temptations to give pretty proofs of neatly arranged theorems at the cost of clarity... Highly recommended".--Gian-Carlo Rota

### Specification of Introduction to the Galois Correspondence

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Author | Fenrick, Maureen H. |

Binding | Hardcover |

Language | English |

Edition | 2nd ed. 1998 |

ISBN-10 | 0817640266 |

ISBN-13 | 9780817640262 |

Publisher | Birkh?Ser |

Publication Year | 18-12-1998 |

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