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Fields and Galois Theory by J. S. Milne

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Fields and Galois Theory
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Number of pages: 111

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A concise treatment of Galois theory and the theory of fields, including transcendence degrees and infinite Galois extensions. Contents: Basic definitions and results. Splitting fields; multiple roots. The fundamental theorem of Galois theory. Computing Galois groups. Applications of Galois theory. Algebraic closures. Infinite Galois theory. Transcendental Extensions.

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