Difference between revisions of "Normal field extension"

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'''Normal field extension''': A field extension is termed normal if the fixed field under the automorphism group of the extension, is precisely the base field.
 
'''Normal field extension''': A field extension is termed normal if the fixed field under the automorphism group of the extension, is precisely the base field.
  
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Primary subject wiki entry: [[Galois:Normal extension]]
  
 
Also located at: [[Planetmath:NormalExtension]], [[Wikipedia:Normal extension]], [[Mathworld:NormalExtension]]
 
Also located at: [[Planetmath:NormalExtension]], [[Wikipedia:Normal extension]], [[Mathworld:NormalExtension]]

Latest revision as of 23:26, 14 May 2009


Normal field extension: A field extension is termed normal if the fixed field under the automorphism group of the extension, is precisely the base field.

Primary subject wiki entry: Galois:Normal extension

Also located at: Planetmath:NormalExtension, Wikipedia:Normal extension, Mathworld:NormalExtension