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Beiträge zur Auflösung der algebraischen Gleichungen 5. GradesRabinowitsch, IzkoEwna. January 1911 (has links)
Thesis (doctoral)Universität Bern, 1910.

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Über die algebraisch auflösbaren Gleichungen fünften GradesWäisälä, K. January 1916 (has links)
ThesisKaiserl. AlexandersUniversität in Finnland, 1916. / Includes bibliographical references.

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Die geometrische interpretation der gleichung fünften grades auf invariantentheoretischer grundlage ...Weill, Alexander, January 1900 (has links)
Inaug.dis.Strassburg. / Lebenslauf.

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Some properties of rational quintic equationsLloyd, Daniel Boone, January 1940 (has links)
ThesisCatholic University of America, 1940. / Bibliography: p. 35.

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Beiträge zur numerischen Lösung der Gleichungen fünften GradesMorgenstern, Arthur, January 1907 (has links)
Inaug.diss.Friedrichs Universität. / Lebenslauf.

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Beiträge zur numerischen Lösung der Gleichnungen fünften GradesMorgenstern, Arthur, January 1907 (has links)
Inaug.diss.Halle. / Lebenslauf.

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Aspects of Galois Theory with an application to the general quinticUnknown Date (has links)
"In 1824, the Norwegian mathematician N. H. Abel (18021829) proved that the general polynomial equation of degree greater than four with real numbers as coefficients is not solvable by radicals. That is, the roots cannot be expressed by a formula involving only rational operations and radicals. This result was unexpected, since formulas are known for the quadratic, cubic, and quartic equations. Another brilliant mathematician, E. Galois (18111832), used the concept of a group to penetrate further into the nature of polynomial equations. The object of this paper is to prove the insolvability of the quintic equation. In the process portions of the theory of field extensions and Galois theory are developed. Most of this material can be found in A Survey of Modern Algebra, by G. Birkhoff and S. MacLane. Certain questions, however, are treated in more detail than is found in most textbooks which contain the subject. This is especially true for the proof of the existence of a quintic equation not solvable by radicals"Introduction. / "May 28, 1952." / Typescript. / "Submitted to the Graduate Council of Florida State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science." / Advisor: Nickolas Heerema, Professor Directing Paper. / Includes bibliographical references (leaf 49).

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The BringJerrard quintic equation, its solutions and a formula for the universal gravitational constantMotlotle, Edward Thabo 06 1900 (has links)
In this research the BringJerrard quintic polynomial equation is investigated for a
formula. Firstly, an explanation given as to why finding a formula and the equation
being unsolvable by radicals may appear contradictory when read out of context.
Secondly, the reason why some mathematical software programs may fail to render
a conclusive test of the formula, and how that can be corrected is explained. As
an application, this formula is used to determine another formula that expresses
the gravitational constant in terms of other known physical constants. It is also
explained why up to now it has been impossible to determine this expression using
the current underlying theoretical basis. / M. Sc. (Applied Mathematics)

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The BringJerrard quintic equation, its solutions and a formula for the universal gravitational constantMotlotle, Edward Thabo 06 1900 (has links)
In this research the BringJerrard quintic polynomial equation is investigated for a
formula. Firstly, an explanation given as to why finding a formula and the equation
being unsolvable by radicals may appear contradictory when read out of context.
Secondly, the reason why some mathematical software programs may fail to render
a conclusive test of the formula, and how that can be corrected is explained. As
an application, this formula is used to determine another formula that expresses
the gravitational constant in terms of other known physical constants. It is also
explained why up to now it has been impossible to determine this expression using
the current underlying theoretical basis. / M. Sc. (Applied Mathematics)

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Degree 2 curves in the Dwork pencilXu, Songyun, January 2008 (has links)
Thesis (Ph. D.)Ohio State University, 2008. / Title from first page of PDF file. Includes bibliographical references (p. 44).

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