How can you show that 3 is irreducible in Z[(-5^(1/2)]?
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Originally Posted by tomnook How can you show that 3 is irreducible in Z[(-5^(1/2)]? You write . Expand the RHS and compare coefficients. Now argue that or . That would cannot be factored properly and non-trivially.
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