MA3202 Galoisteori – våren 2021
There will be a session for questions on Monday 26th of April from 14.15 to 16. We will meet in room 1329 in Sentral building II. Also feel free to send me questions by mail or call me on 73591750 or 48293975.
There will be an overview lecture on Monday 19th of April from 14.15 to 16. Feel free to ask any questions.
The exam from spring 2020 is now available. We will look at the solution on April 12th.
There will be no lecture today, Tuesday 23rd of March at 10.15. If there are some question, send an email, or call me at 73591750, 48293975, or set up a zoom-meeting or a skype meeting.
The NTNU-campus, Trondheim, is closed down at least until February 17th, so we have to go back to digital teaching next week. I will try to activate the use of the same link on Zoom as the one which was used before February 1st.
I can be reached by Zoom, by skype, by email or by phone if anybody has some problem or exercises they would like to discuss with me.
Problem session 3 is moved to 16th of February.
Problem session 2 is moved to February 9th.
We are now finished with the Fundamental Theorem of Galois theory.
It seems like we can start regular teaching again. We will meet on Monday 1st of February at 14.15 in room F2.
On Tuesday the 2nd of February the lecture will be given in H1 at 10.15.
NB! First lecture will be Monday January 11th 2021 at 14:15-16:00,Room F2
This lecture will be given online and will contain a historical survey of Galois theory
with its background in solving polynomial equations by radicals.
You can contact me by phone: 48293975 or 73591750 or by email: email@example.com
Mandag 14.15-16.00, Rom F2
Tuesday 10.15-12.00, Rom H1
Exam: Written and the time is not fixed yet
P.B. Bhattacharya, S.K. Jain and S.R. Nagpaul
Basic Abstract Algebra
Cambridge University Press Second Edition ISBN: 0-521-46629-6
Kapitlene 11, 15, 16, 17, 18.
Chapter 11.1: 1, 2, 3, 8
Chapter 11.3: 2, 4, 8
Problem posed by Fermat:
Prove that the Diophantine equation y2+2=x3 has only the integer solutions y=±5, x=3. [Hint: Use that Z[√(-2)] is a Euclidean domain with norm N(a+b√(-2))=a2+2b2
Tuesday 26th Januar kl. 10:15-12:00
Chapter 15.1: 2, 4, 6(b)
Chapter 15.2: 2, 4
Chapter 15.3: 2, 4, 6, 10
Problem 4 (Continuation Exam August 2013)
Tuesday 9. February kl. 10:15-12:00
Continuation Exam August 2013: Problems 3,5
Exam, May 2013: Problems 1,2,3,6,7
Tuesday 2. mars kl. 10:15-12:00
Continuation Exam August 2013: Problem 2
Exam May 2013: Problem 5
Exam May 2012: Problem 5
Exam May 2011: Problem 2
Exam May 2010: Problems 1,5
Exam May 2009: Problem 2
Exam June 2006: Problem 3
Tuesday 9th of March, kl. 10:15-12:00
- Exam 2013: Problem 4
- Exam 2012: Problems 1,4
- Exam 2011: Problems 1,3,4,5
- Exam 2010: Problems 3,4,6
- Exam 2009: Problem 5
- Exam 2006: Problems 1,5
- Exam 2004: Problem 5
Monday 15th of March, kl.14:15-16:00
- Exam 2018: 1,2,3,4
- Exam 2019: