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'''Regular prime''': A regular prime is a prime number <math>p</math> that does not divide the class number of the cyclotomic field obtained by adjoining <math>p^{th}</math> roots of unity to the field of rational numbers.
 
'''Regular prime''': A regular prime is a prime number <math>p</math> that does not divide the class number of the cyclotomic field obtained by adjoining <math>p^{th}</math> roots of unity to the field of rational numbers.
  
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Pimary subject wiki entry: [[Number:Regular prime]]
  
 
Also located at [[Wikipedia:Regular prime]], [[Mathworld:RegularPrime]], [[Planetmath:RegularPrime]]
 
Also located at [[Wikipedia:Regular prime]], [[Mathworld:RegularPrime]], [[Planetmath:RegularPrime]]

Latest revision as of 18:24, 25 April 2009

Regular prime: A regular prime is a prime number that does not divide the class number of the cyclotomic field obtained by adjoining roots of unity to the field of rational numbers.

Pimary subject wiki entry: Number:Regular prime

Also located at Wikipedia:Regular prime, Mathworld:RegularPrime, Planetmath:RegularPrime