This paper focuses on two families of quintics that pose different challenges for solving them. The 1st family is a popular group of quintics which are known as Emma Lehmer’s Quintics. These quintics are known to have the cyclic group of order 5 as their Galois group and one might hope that expressing the roots in terms of radicals would give simple expressions from which Emma Lehmer’s polynomials could be recovered. However, we reveal that the expresions of the roots in terms of radicals is a lot more complex than anticipated. We also consider the simpple equation f(x)=x^5+ax+p and show that, for a fixed nonzero integer p, the polynomial f is solvable by radicals for only finitely many integers…
Quintics Equation – Quintic Formula – Quintics Polynomial
1 Introduction to Dummit’s method
2 Use of Dummit’s Approach to Emma Lehmer’s Quintics
2.1 Computation of the li with Mathematica
2.2 Proof the li are the right ones
2.3 Computation of θ in terms of n 3 f(x) = x5 + ax + p 15
3.1 When is f irreducible?
3.2 Is f solvable? Dummit’s method….
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