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- Prolog
- Data Structures
- Set Theory
- Combinatorics
- Number Theory
- Euclidean Domains
- Difference Equations
- Fields
- Finite Fields
- Cyclotomic Extensions
- Groups
- Groups Acting on Sets
- Similar Matrices and Jordan Canonical Form
- Finite Simple Groups
- Generating Functions
- Galois Groups and Extensions
- Straightedge Compass Construction
- Solvable Groups, Nilpotent Groups, and the Composition Series
- Solvable Extensions and Polynomials
- Separable Extensions
- Category Theory
- Free Groups
- Permutation Groups
- Rings and Ideals
- Principal Ideal Domains
- Modules
- Noetherian and Artinian Modules and Rings
- Modules over a PID
- Krull Schmidt
- Fractions
- Radical Ideals in a Commutative Ring
- Primary Ideals and Laskerian Rings
- Simple and Semisimple Rings and Modules
- The Jacobson Radical
- Radical Ideals in a Noncommutative Ring
- Local Rings
- Twisted Rings
- Division Rings
- Quadratic Forms
- Orbital Mechanics
- Matrix Polynomials
- Point Set Topology
- Metric Spaces
- Compact Sets
- Banach and Hilbert Spaces
- Topological Groups and Modules
- Topological Dimension
- Spec R
- Graded Rings
- Projective, Injective, Tensor Product
- R Algebras
- Integral Extensions
- Valuation Rings
- Dedekind Domains
- Elliptic Curves
- Lattice in n Space
- Integral Rings
- Algebraic Number Theory
- Quadratic Number Fields
- Continued Fractions
- Cyclotomic Number Fields
- Generalized Reciprocity
- Local Fields

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- Properties of Arithmetic
- Modular Math
- Homomorphism
- Casting out Nines
- Credit Card Numbers and the Luhn Algorithm
- Monomorphism, Epimorphism, Isomorphism
- Discrete Logs
- Binary Search
- Function Composition
- Permutations
- Even and Odd Permutations
- Matrices
- Linear Functions
- Matrix as Function
- Determinant
- Gaussian Elimination
- Elementary Row Operations
- The Determinant of the Product
- Matrix Identities and Inverses
- Orthogonal
- Determinant equals Volume
- The Gram Schmidt Process
- The Shoelace Formula
- Orthonormal and Rotations
- Cross Product
- Vandermonde Matrix
- A Matrix of Matrices
- Complex Numbers and the Gaussian Integers
- Eisenstein Integers
- Quaternions
- Half Integer Quaternions
- Projective Space and an Interesting Homomorphism
- The Square Root of a Rotation
- The Hairy Ball Theorem
- Generalized Euclidean Space
- Polynomials
- Synthetic Division, Roots, and GCD
- Formal Derivative
- Power and Laurent Series
- p-adic Numbers

- Sets and Axioms
- Direct Sum and Product
- Relations and Functions
- The Pigeonhole Principle
- Ordinals and Cardinals
- Countable, Uncountable, and Diagonalization
- The Schroder Bernstein Theorem
- Cardinal Math
- Transfinite Induction
- Hydrogen
- The Cantor Set
- Space Filling Curve

- Independent Events
- Permutations
- Circular Permutations
- Combinations
- Pascal's Triangle
- Binomial / Multinomial Theorem
- Binomial Theorem and Differentiation
- Continuous Binomial Theorem
- Factors of p in n!
- Poker Hands
- The Birthday Paradox
- Sampling with or without Replacement
- The Monty Hall Dilemma
- Inclusion Exclusion
- No-Match Permutations
- The Marriage Problem
- Catalan Numbers
- Arithmetic Mean, Geometric Mean

- Euclid's GCD Algorithm and Unique Factorization (UFD)
- Infinitely Many Primes
- Irrational Roots
- Linear Combination Yields the GCD
- A Lattice of Solutions
- Modular Inverse
- The Chinese Remainder Theorem, Integers
- φ and σ Functions
- Mersenne and Fermat Primes
- Möbius Function
- ζ(2)
- ζ(4), ζ(6), etc
- The Odds of being Coprime
- Fermat's Little Theorem
- RSA Encryption
- Wilson's Theorem
- Primitive Root
- The Units mod m
- The Pseudoprime Test and Carmichael Numbers
- A Proof of Primality
- Quadratic Residues and the Legendre Symbol
- Quadratic Reciprocity
- The Jacobi Symbol
- Pollard Rho Factorization

- Euclidean Domain
- Linear Combination Yields the GCD
- Gaussian Integers
- Gaussian Primes
- Gaussian Integers mod p
- Pythagorean Triples
- Sum of Squares
- Two Squares and a Fourth Power
- Adjoining the Square Root of -2
- Adjoining the Square Root of -5
- Eisenstein Integers
- Adjoining the Square Root of -3
- Fermat's Last Theorem
- Fermat's Last Theorem, n = 3
- Fermat's Last Theorem, n = 4
- Mordell and Euler Conjectures
- Adjoining the Eighth Roots of 1
- Quaternion GCD
- Polynomials over a Field form a Euclidean Domain
- Partial Fractions
- Gauss' Lemma
- Eisenstein's Criterion
- Fractions in Lowest Terms

- Difference sequence / Difference Equation
- Existence and Uniqueness
- Dimensionality
- Polynomial Solutions
- Sum of n
^{th}Powers - Homogeneous Linear Equation with Constant Coefficients
- Phase Shifted Functions
- The Golden Ratio
- The Fibonacci Sequence
- Fibonacci Commutes with GCD
- The Fibonacci Matrix

- Fields
- Frobenius Homomorphism
- Ordered Field
- Division Ring
- Field Homomorphism Embeds
- Basis and Dimension
- Dimension of Kernel and Image
- The Dimension of a Tower of Extensions
- Field Extension
- Adjoined Element
- Finitely Generated
- Splitting Field
- Closed Field
- Extending the Isomorphism
- Indistinguishable Roots
- Normal Field Extension
- The Composition of Normal Extensions
- Uniform Factoring
- Transcendent Space

- Finite Fields
- Primitive Root
- -1 and 2 as Squares
- Unique Field for each Prime Power
- The Automorphisms and Subfields of F
- Circular Shift of the Roots
- Finding an Irreducible Polynomial
- Irreducibles by Degree
- Irreducibles by Squares and Shifted Squares
- Polynomial Factorization
- The Norm Distribution Theorem
- Counting Matrices
- The Structure of O
_{2} - O Acts on Unit Vectors
- Quaternions and Matrices are Isomorphic
- Algebraic Closure mod p

- Angle Addition Formula
- Double Angle Formula
- Half Angle Formula
- Demoivre's Formula
- Cyclotomic Extensions
- Primitive n
^{th}Root - Automorphisms
- Splitting x
^{n}-1 - ζ Polynomials
- ζ Irreducible over
**Z** - ζ Irreducible over
**Z**[i] - Conjugates and Norm
- Ratio Units
- 1-y, lying over n

- Groups
- Cancellation and Order
- Subgroups and Cosets
- Kernel and Quotient
- The Group of Automorphisms of G
- Inner Automorphisms
- Direct Product, Direct Sum
- Semidirect Product
- Wreath Product
- Intersection and Join
- Center, Centralizer, Normalizer
- The Correspondence / Isomorphism Theorems
- Dihedral Group
- General Linear, Special Linear
- Coliniation
- Symmetric, Alternating

- Group Action
- Orbit, Stabilizer
- Translation, Conjugation
- Macay's Theorem
- The Fixed Point Principle
- Transitive, Doubly Transitive
- The Equal Orbits Principle
- The Strong Cayley Theorem
- p Groups and p Sylow Subgroups
- The Congruent Index Principle
- The First Sylow Theorem
- The Second Sylow Theorem
- The Third Sylow Theorem
- Sylow Intersection
- The Normalizer of the Normalizer
- The Structure of a Finite Abelian Group
- Cyclic Multiplicative Group
- Groups of Order p
^{2}and p^{3} - Quaternion Groups of Order 8 and 24
- Metacyclic Groups
- The Burnside Counting Theorem
- The Burnside Polya Theorem
- Colored Necklaces
- Regular / Platonic Solids
- Euler's Formula
- The Dual of a Polyhedron
- Semiregular / Archimedean Solids
- Rotations and Reflections of the Semiregular Solids
- Descartes' Angular Defect Theorem
- Quasiregular Solids

- Conjugacy Class of Similar Matrices
- Eigen Vector, Eigen Value
- Similarity and Eigen Vectors
- Diagonalizable
- Schur's Theorem
- Trace and Norm
- Block Diagonal
- Direct Sum, Invariant, Complementary
- Nilpotent Transformation
- Jordan Canonical Form
- Complementary Spaces in a Singular Transformation
- A Jordan Form for Each Conjugacy Class

- Overview
- Alternating Groups
- A Simple Group Contains Even Permutations
- Generated by p Cycles
- Simple Groups up to 200
- p Cycles and Normality
- Group of Order 168
- Special Linear, Center
- p Sylow Subgroups
- Eigen Values of 1, All or None
- Eigen Values in F
- Special Linear Group is Simple, n = 2
- Special Linear Group is Simple

- Generating Function
- Context Free Grammar
- Triangulating Polygons
- Approximating cat(n)
- Polya's Enumeration Theorem
- p(n)
- Counting Cycle Decompositions
- The Power of Exponentiation
- Rooted Trees

- History
- Galois Group
- Subgroup Subfield Correspondence
- Stable Subfield
- Galois is Normal and Separable
- A Quadratic Extension is Galois
- Galois Subfield has Quotient Galois Group
- The Composition of Galois Extensions
- Every Finite Group is Galois
- A Transcendental Galois Extension
- Fractional Linear Transforms

- Background
- Rational Coordinates
- A Field of Distances
- A Tower of Quadratic Extensions
- Angle Trisection
- The Regular n-gon

- Subnormal Series, Solvable Group
- Refinement
- Composition Series
- Subgroup of a Solvable Group
- Commutator subgroup, Abelianization
- Commutator subgroups and Solvability
- Central Series, Nilpotent
- The Center and a Normal Subgroup Intersect
- Finite Nilpotent Group
- The Intersection of Maximal Subgroups is Nilpotent
- Zassenhaus
- Jordan Holder
- Uniserial

- Connections
- Etimology
- Quadratic Formula
- Cubic Formula
- Quartic Formula
- The Galois Group of p(x)
- Cyclic Extension, Solvable Extension
- Field Automorphisms are Linearly Independent
- Hilbert's Theorem 90
- Irreducible or Split
- p Cyclic, Characteristic p
- p Cyclic, Characteristic not p
- Solvable Polynomials and Groups
- An Unsolvable Quintic
- Finite Fields

- Definitions
- Characteristic 0
- Finite Fields
- Separable and Galois
- Separable Subfield
- The Primitive Element Theorem
- Purely Inseparable
- Purely Inseparable Subfield
- Infinitely Many Subfields Inside
- The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra
- Base Change / Compositum
- Linearly Disjoint
- Direct Product of Galois Groups
- Inseparable Degree
- Trace and Norm
- Norm and Irreducibility

- Category, Object, Morphism
- Free Object
- Monic, Epic
- Injective, Projective
- Initial, Terminal
- Commutative Diagram
- Product, Coproduct
- Limit, Colimit
- Pushout, Pullback
- Direct Limit, Inverse Limit
- Graded Category
- Functor

- A Free Group
- Counting Words
- Relators, Relations, Presentation
- Equivalent Presentations
- Product and Coproduct
- Free Abelian
- Larger Rank Inside a Smaller Rank
- Matrix Representations
- Schreier Nielsen Rewriting
- The Subgroup of a Free Group is Free
- Locally Finite and Torsion

- Permutation Puzzles
- Parity
- Strong Generators
- Path to Start
- Finding Strong Generators
- Orbits and Normal Subgroups
- Other Subgroups

- Definition
- Units and Associates
- Integral Domain
- Subring
- Ideal
- Ring Homomorphism
- Ideals in a Matrix Ring
- Quaternion Primes over Primes
- Every Integer is the Sum of 4 Squares
- The Chinese Remainder Theorem, Rings
- Irreducible and Prime Elements
- Maximal and Principal Ideals
- Prime Ideals
- Direct Sum, Direct Product
- Prime Ideal Correspondence
- Intersection and Prime Ideals
- The Union of Prime Ideals
- Semiprime Ideals
- Prime and Semiprime Rings
- Prime Ideal Outside of a Multiplicative Set
- Nilpotent, Idempotent
- Maximal Ideals and Fields
- Extension and Contraction
- Maximal Infinitely Generated Ideal

- Euclidean Domain → PID → UFD
- Principal Prime Ideals
- 5 Criteria for a UFD
- Quotient of a UFD
- Bezout's Identity
- A PID that is not a Euclidean Domain
- Minimal Nonzero Prime Ideal
- Arithmetic Ring

- Definition
- Unitary Module
- Submodule
- Module Homomorphism
- Ring of Endomorphisms
- Bimodule
- Free Module, Basis
- The Rank of a Free Module
- Finitely Generated, Finitely Presented
- A Product of Rings and Modules
- Conductor Ideal, Annihilator
- Simple Module
- Jordan Holder

- Noetherian, Artinian
- Chains of Sets
- Finitely Generated Submodules
- Finitely Generated Prime Ideals
- Kernel, Quotient
- Two Quotients
- Finitely Generated over a Noetherian Ring
- Jordan Holder
- Endomorphisms
- An Artinian Domain is a Division Ring
- Hilbert's Basis Theorem
- Finitely Generated Ring
- Formal Power Series
- Factorization Domain
- Finitely Many Minimal Prime Ideals
- An Asymmetric Ring
- Prime in a Principal Ideal

- Overview
- The Submodule of a Free Module is Free
- Torsion, Order
- Finitely Generated and Torsion Free is Free
- The Structure of a Finitely Generated Module

- Overview
- ACC, DCC
- Decomposable
- Endomorphisms
- Fittings Decomposition Theorem
- Nilpotent
- Ring of Endomorphisms
- Unique Decomposition
- Two Representations

- S inverse of R
- S inverse of M
- Ideal Correspondence
- Prime Ideal Correspondence
- Localization, Local Ring
- Saturated Sets and Prime Ideals
- The Saturation of an Ideal
- Mapping One Fraction Ring into Another
- The Structure of R/S/T
- The Non Zero Divisors
- Noetherian Fraction Ring
- The Intersection of Localizations
- Zero is a Local Property
- Induced Homomorphism
- Fractions of the Quotient Ring
- Isomorphic Quotients

- Radical Ideal
- One Prime Ideal
- Intersection and Product
- Unit and Nilpotent Elements
- Unit and Nilpotent Polynomials
- Zero Divisor Polynomials
- Jacobson Radical
- Radicals in Polynomial Rings
- Reduced is a Local Property

- Primary Ideal
- The Radical of a Primary Ideal
- The Finite Intersection of P Primary Ideals
- Primary Decomposition
- Associate Primes
- First Uniqueness
- Self Radical
- Minimal Primes over J
- Polynomial Ring
- pan(R)
- pan(R) in the Fraction Ring
- Saturation
- The Intersection of the Saturations of 0
- Minimal Primes and the Radical of the Saturation
- The Smallest P Primary Ideal
- Finitely Many Saturations
- Second Uniqueness
- An Embedded Prime
- Saturation Through a Single Element
- Finite Intersection Equals Finite Product
- Laskerian is l
_{1} - l
_{1}and Noetherian Implies Laskerian - Laskerian is l
_{2} - l
_{1}and l_{2}Implies Laskerian - Noetherian Implies Laskerian
- Primary Modules

- The Endomorphisms of a Simple Module
- Semisimple
- Characterizing a Semisimple Module
- Semisimple Inheritance
- Noetherian and Artinian
- The Artin Wedderburn Theorem
- The Center of a Semisimple Ring
- A Simple Ring that is Not Artinian

- Definition and Equivalent Characterizations
- Nil Ideals in jac(R)
- Jacobson Semisimple
- Left Artinian implies J is Nilpotent
- Criteria for a nil Jacobson Radical
- Jacobson Semisimple, Left Semisimple, and Left DCC
- Semiprimary
- Artinian Implies Noetherian
- Nakiama's Lemma
- Maximal Ideals in an Artinian Ring
- Semilocal Ring
- The Jacobson Radical of a Subring
- Jacobson Radical of the Matrix Ring
- Von Neumann Ring
- Boolean Ring

- Nil Ideal
- A Prime Reduced Ring
- m System, n System
- Radical Ideal
- Lower Nil Radical
- The Lower Nil Radical of a Matrix Ring
- The Lower Nil Radical of a Polynomial Ring
- Brauer's Lemma
- Semisimple = Semiprime with DCC
- One Sided Nil Radical
- Kothe's Conjecture
- Left Nilpotent Ideal
- String Representable
- Noetherian implies Kotherian
- Noetherian and Nil Radicals
- Brown Macoy Radical

- Local Ring
- Dedekind Finite
- Examples
- Strongly Indecomposable
- ACC and DCC
- Krull Schmidt
- A Finite Product of Maximal Ideals
- Noetherian and Dimension 0
- Semilocal
- The Structure of an Artinian Ring
- The Structure of an Artinian Local Ring

- Twisted Ring
- Zero Divisors, Nilpotents, Units
- Noetherian
- The Roots of a Polynomial
- Ideals and Generators
- Dedekind Domain
- The Chinese Remainder Theorem, Twisted
- Generalized Quaternions

- Division Ring
- A Finite Division Ring is a Field
- Finite Subgroups are Cyclic
- Algebraic over a Field
- Algebraic over the Reals
- Herstein's Lemma
- Commuting with the Commutators
- Normal is Central
- Central Multiplicative Commutators
- Generated by the Commutators
- Center of the Multiplicative Group
- Herstein's Little Theorem
- Infinite Centralizer
- Centrally Finite / Infinite

- Introduction
- Conic Sections
- Ellipse
- Hyperbola
- Parabola
- Discriminant
- So - Why are They Called Conic Sections Anyways
- Ice Cream Cone Proof
- Parabolic Mirror
- Elliptical Mirror
- A Hall of Mirrors
- Hyperbolic Mirror
- Surfaces in 3 Space
- Translation
- Rotation
- Normal Matrix
- Hermitian Operator
- Intersecting with a Plane
- Unchanging Sign
- Extremal Values
- Which Direction is the Fastest

- Ptolemy
- Kepler's First Law
- Conservation of Momentum
- One Body Problem
- Two Body Problem
- Kepler's Second Law
- A Path in Polar Coordinates
- Kepler's Second Law (Proof)
- Kepler's First Law (Proof)
- Function of Time
- Kepler's Third Law
- Hooke's Law

- Introduction
- The Order of a Matrix
- Minimum Polynomial
- Cayley Hamilton
- Mathematics mod m(T)
- A Matrix of Functions
- Spectral Radius
- Analytic Matrix Function
- Exponential Matrix Function
- A System of Linear Differential Equations
- The Fundamental Theorem of Ordinary Differential Equations
- Homogeneous Linear Equation with Constant Coefficients

- In the Plane
- Definitions
- Interior, Closure, Boundary
- Subspace
- Dense, Separable
- A Base for the Topology
- First and Second Countable
- Order Topology, Linear Topology
- Separation Axioms
- Urysohn's Lemma
- Tietze's Extension Theorem
- The Limit of a Sequence
- Cluster Point
- Continuous Functions
- Locally Finite
- Pasting Continuous Functions Together
- Homeomorphism
- Product Space
- Coproduct Space
- Direct Sum
- Connected
- Path Connected
- Closure is Connected
- Locally Connected and Locally Path Connected
- Connected plus Locally Path Connected Implies Path Connected
- Connected Product
- Simply Connected
- Sewing Spaces Together
- Sewing a Space to Itself
- Mobius Strip
- Klein Bottle
- Quotient Space

- Like Real Space
- Distance Metric
- The Open Ball Topology
- Compressing the Metric
- Alternate Bases
- Product Space
- Triangular Inequality
- Cauchy Schwarz Inequality
- Generalized Euclidean Space
- Bounded, Diameter
- Continuous Functions
- Uniform Continuity
- Notation
- Urysohn's Metrization Criteria
- Cauchy Sequence
- Real Numbers
- Reals Form a Complete Metric Space
- The Completion of a Metric Space
- Least Upper Bound
- Intermediate Value Theorem
- Extending a Uniform Function
- The Lipschitz Constant
- The Lipschitz Constant and Derivatives
- Contraction Maps and the Attractor
- Nested Closed Sets

- Open Cover
- Hausdorff Spaces
- Countably Compact
- Sequentially Compact
- Semicontinuous
- Compact Product Topology
- Compact in a Metric Space
- Closed and Bounded in Real Space
- Continuous Becomes Uniform
- Distance Between Functions
- Shrinking Diameters
- Separating Closed Sets
- The Tikhonov Product Theorem
- A Product of Sequentially Compact Sets
- Locally Compact
- Compactification
- Proper
- The Baire Category Theorem
- Nowhere Dense
- First and Second Category
- Uniform Boundedness Principle

- Normed Vector Space, Banach Space
- Continuous Module
- Equivalent Norms
- Quotient Space
- Bounded Linear Operator
- Bounded Operators form a Vector Space
- The Hahn Banach Theorem
- Continuous Map Becomes Bicontinuous
- Closed Graph Theorem
- Topological Vector Space
- Finite Dimensional is Euclidean
- Locally Compact Topological Vector Space
- Hilbert Space
- Dot Product is Continuous
- Orthonormal System, Hyperbasis
- Every Linear Continuous Function is Actually a Dot Product
- Inseparable Hilbert Space

- Continuous Operators
- The Fundamental Group is Abelian
- Covering Space is a Continuous Group
- Filter Group
- The Intersection of the Local Base
- The Closure of a Subgroup is a Subgroup
- Completing a Continuous Group
- Different Filtrations, Same Completion

- Irreducible Set
- Chains and Components
- Noetherian
- Decomposition into Irreducible Components
- Dimension
- Correspondence Under Closure
- Generic Space
- Zariski Space

- Zariski Topology
- Noetherian
- Lownil(R)
- Spec R is Compact
- Irreducible Sets and Dimension
- Noetherian Spectrum is Zariski
- Direct Product
- Examples
- A Contravariant Functor
- The Dimension of R[x]
- Going Up

- Graded Ring / Module
- Noetherian
- Homogeneous Ideal
- Annihilators and Prime Ideals
- Proj R
- Localization
- A Contravariant Functor
- Beyond d
_{0}

- Projective, Injective
- Projective, Direct Sum, Direct Product
- Short Exact, Split Exact
- Summand of a Free Module
- The Dual of a Module
- Tensor Product
- Tensor Product is Commutative and Associative
- Tensor with a Direct Sum
- Tensor with an Ideal
- Tensor with a Quotient Ring
- Nonzero Tensor Product
- The Tensor of Two Functions
- Tensor and Short Exact
- Base Change
- Zero Tensor over a Local Ring
- Rank is Well Defined
- Generators that Span
- The Rank of a Free Submodule Inside Another Free Module
- A Free Submodule of Lesser Rank
- Flat Module
- Faithful Module
- Finite Flat Module
- Finite Flat over a Local Ring is Free
- Tensor with a Fraction Ring
- Fraction Ring is Flat
- Isomorphism is a Local Property
- Containment is a Local Property
- Tensor Product and Dual
- The Rank of a Finite Flat Module
- The Support of a Module
- Flat is a Local Property Over an Integral Domain
- The Invariant Factor Theorem

- R Algebra
- A Category of Algebras
- Tensor Product of Finitely Many Algebras
- Characterizing the Tensor Product of 2 Algebras
- Compositum

- Integral Extension
- Units in an Integral Extension
- Multiple of an Algebraic Element
- Finitely Generated = Integral
- Integrally Closed
- Multiplicatively Closed and Integrally Closed
- Localization and Integrally Closed
- Integral Quotient Ring
- Integral Fraction Ring
- Prime over Prime
- Integral and Jacobson Radical
- A Nonintegral Localization
- Integrally Closed is a Local Property
- Integral Ring Homomorphism
- Tensor with M
- The Tensor of 2 Integral Algebras
- Lifting Prime Ideals, Going Up, Going Down
- Integral Closure in the Polynomial Ring
- Extending a Ring Homomorphism

- Valuation Ring
- Local and Integrally Closed
- Linearly Ordered Ideals
- Dominant Local Ring
- Dominant Homomorphism
- Valuation Ring iff Maximal Dominant Local Ring
- Valuation Group
- The Valuation of the Sum
- From Valuation Group to Valuation Ring
- Ideals, PID, DVR, Noetherian
- Any Group will Do
- Valuation Metric
- Completing the Valuation Metric Space
- Algebraic p-adic Numbers
- p-adic is Locally Compact
- The Completion of the Localization
- Canonical Series
- Extending the Valuation to the Completion

- Unique Factorization of Ideals
- Quotient and Localization
- A Nonzero Prime Ideal is Maximal
- Fractional Ideal
- A Homomorphism on a Fractional Ideal
- Invertible Ideal
- Unique Factorization of Fractional Ideals
- Dedekind implies Noetherian
- Invertible Ideal and Localization
- Localization Produces a DVR
- Integrally Closed and One Prime Ideal
- Invertible iff Projective
- 11 Definitions
- Fraction Ring is Dedekind
- Extending a Dedekind Domain
- UFD iff PID
- Finitely Many Prime Ideals
- To Contain is to Divide
- Two Generators
- Class Group
- The Index of an Ideal
- Conditions for a Finite Class Group

- Introduction
- Technical Definition
- Elliptic Group
- Continuous Group
- Anticurve
- Finite Fields
- Families of Curves
- When the Cubic Splits
- Norm and Antinorm
- The s Factor
- From Rationals to Integers
- Elliptic Curve Factoring
- Elliptic Curve Cryptography
- Elliptic Curves in Characteristic 2

- Lattice in n Space
- Covolume
- Cell Count and Index
- Cell Count Second Proof
- Discriminant
- Shifted Lattice
- Cluster Point
- The Intersection of Two Lattices
- Minimal Nonzero Lattice Point
- Finitely Many Sublattices of a Given Index
- The Point Lattice Theorem
- Polynomial and Laurent Rings

- Group of Ring Automorphisms
- Localization
- Localization and the Fixed Ring
- Base Change
- Automorphisms on an Integral Domain
- G Acts Transitively on Prime Ideals
- Integral Ring
- Integral over a UFD
- Trapped Between two Free Modules of rank n
- Integral Rings and Field Extensions Correspond
- Finite Index Propagates Upward
- Finite Ideal Count Propagates Upward
- Valuation Propagates Upward
- The Splitting Problem
- Localization and The Splitting Problem
- Ramification / Residue Degree
- Totally Ramified, Unramified
- A Tower of Extensions
- When the Extension is Galois
- A Lumpy Split
- Primes Move in Parallel Cycles
- Primes over Primes in an Integral Ring
- Finding Two Generators
- The Norm of a Principal Ideal
- The Norm of an Ideal
- Decomposition Group
- Frobenius Conjugacy Class

- Number Fields
- Index and Norm
- Algebraic Integers are Dedekind
- Global Field has a Finite Class Group
- Number Field as Lattice
- The Geometry of Numbers
- Finitely Many Extensions per Discriminant
- The Dirichlet Unit Theorem
- The Arakelov Picard Group
- pic
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- The Regulator
- Alternate Formula for Discriminant
- Unit Discriminant and Integrally Closed

- Adjoining the square root of d
- Familiar Examples
- Finding the Integral Ring
- Primes over Primes
- Finding the Fundamental Unit
- Sample UFDs
- The Cube Root of 2
- The Cube Root of 3

- Continued Fractions that approach r
- Performance of the gcd Algorithm
- Continued Fractions and the Fundamental Unit
- Periodic

- Cyclotomic and Quadratic
- 1-y over n
- Integrally Closed and Dedekind
- Cyclotomic through a Prime
- Sample UFDs
- Cyclotomic through a Prime Power
- Cyclotomic through a Composite
- 1-y over Composite
- The Fundamental Unit in Cyclo 8

- Extending Reciprocity
- Gaussian Quadratic Reciprocity
- Gaussian Quartic Reciprocity
- Eisenstein Quadratic Reciprocity
- Cubic Reciprocity
- Quintic Reciprocity
- The Norm Jacobi Principle
- Jacobi and the Fixed Ring
- The Jacobi Prime Test
- The Strong Pseudoprime Test

- Complete DVR, Local Field
- All the Powers of p
- Completion = Inverse Limit
- Hensel's First Lemma
- Hensel's Second Lemma
- Hensel's Third Lemma
- The Chinese Remainder Theorem, Completion
- Completing a PID
- The Splitting Problem in the Completion
- Extending the Valuation of a CDVR
- Separable implies Simple
- Kernel of R[x] onto S