### Finite Fields : Field Extensions

Please see the attached file for the fully formatted problem. Show the existence of an extension of Fq of order l for any prime l.

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Please see the attached file for the fully formatted problem. Show the existence of an extension of Fq of order l for any prime l.

How would you write an explanation of the idea behind mathematical induction for a fellow student?

The length of a rectangle is 3 less than twice its width. If the area of the rectangle is 65 square inches, find the dimensions of the rectangle.

For the equation 24x^2 + 68x + 28 = 0 a) Find the discriminant b) If the discriminant tells you that you can factor, do so. c) Solve the equation by completing the square(HINT: at some point during the process, you will come to a point which looks like (x+(17/12))^2 = (121/144) d) solve the equation by using the quadrati

(x-4)/2 - (3x+1)/3 = (4y+5)/6 (three fractions) 7(3-4x)-10(x-2) = 19(5-2x)

1. Prove the Quadratic Formula by completing the square on ax^2+bx+c=0 2. A picture that is 14 in by 20 in is to have an even border. If the area of the picture and the border is 352 in^2, how wide will the border be?

Please see the attached file for the fully formatted problems. Simplify the following expression: 1/[1 + 1/(1 + (1/x))]

Please see the attached file for the fully formatted problem. (y2 + y - 12)/(y3 +9y2 + 20y)/[(y2-9)/(y2+3y2)]

Please see the attached file for the fully formatted problems. -6/x-2 / 8/3x-6

6) Suppose we have a building with a floor shaped like an isosceles right triangle. The two sides adjacent to the right triangle have length 100 feet. Think of the right angle being at the origin, and other two corners at (100, 0) and (0, 100). The overhead crane is located at the origin and needs to travel to a point (X, Y), w

A number written in scientific notation is doubled. Explain why the exponent of 10 may or may not change.

A human being has about 2.5 X 10(to the 13th power) red blood cells in her bloodstream. There are about 2 white blood cells for every 1,000 red blood cells. How many white blood cells are in a human's bloodstream? Please show your answer in scientific and standard notation.

4-terms - NOT factored by grouping. Factor out greatest common factor. 2-terms together. Get down to 3 terms first. 4t(xt+yt)+4t(x+y)-24x-24y

At Very Long Hotel in Florida, there are n rooms located along a very long corridor and numbered consecutively from 1 to n. One night after a party, n people, who have been likewise numbered from 1 to n, arrived at this hotel and proceeded as follows: Guest 1 opened all the doors. Then Guest 2 closed every second door beginnin

Let p = {(x1, y1), (x2, y2), (x3, y3), (x4, y4), (x5, y5)} be a set of five distinct points in the plane , each of which has integer coordinates. Show that some pair has a midpoint that has integer coordinates.

Let n be a natural number, and let f(x) = x^n for all x are members of R. 1) If n is even, then f is strictly increasing hence one-to-one, on [0,infinity) and f([0,infinity)) = [0,infinity). 2) If n is odd, then f is strictly increasing, hence one-to-one, on R and f(R) = R. "This needs to be a proof by induction, provin

Let n be a natural number, and let f(x) = x^n for all x are members of R. 1) if n is even, then f is strictly increasing, hence one-to-one, on [0,infinity) and f([0,infinity)) = [0,infinity). 2) if n is odd, then f is strictly increasing, hence one-to-one, on R and f(R) = R. Prove that f is strictly increasing by indu

Find a nontrivial central Z_2 extension of the group A_4, meaning an extension of the form: 1 --> Z_2 --> G --> A_4 --> 1 Also, is it unique? The trivial extension is just the direct product of Z_2 and A_4.

Please see the attached file for the fully formatted problems. 1. The value of e ln 1+ ln 2+ ln 3 is ? 2. If logN(25) - logN(81) = 2, then N is? 3. Solve for x: log5( x) + log5(2x +13) = log5(24) 4. Find the coefficient of the fourth term in the expansion of (2x +3y)^11

There is a hallway that is infinitely long, with a series of lightbulbs that are all turned off. Someone enters and pulls the string on every light bulb, turning them all on. Another person enters, pulling the string on every other lightbulb. A third person enters, pulling the string on every third bulb. This continues indef

Describe all nonisomorphic central extensions of Z_n by Z_2 x Z_2 meaning central group extensions of the following form 1 --> Z_n --> G --> Z_2 x Z_2 --> 1 Meaning, determine those nonisomorphic groups G that can be described by such an extension. Please also explain how you came up with the answer.

Solve for a where s=n/2(2a+(n-1)d) Please show steps to the solution.

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Please see the attached file for the fully formatted problems. Problem 3: This problem itself is directly creating perceptual curiosity and at the cognitive level it is against what is known in the mathematics. The problem is: 13+23+33+.... +n3 = (1+2+3+...+n) 2 Visual representation of problem: Sum of the cubes

You have three thousand bananas that you have to get to a destination 1000 miles away. You can only carry 1000 bananas at a time. You also must eat 1 banana per mile for energy. Assuming you design your trip as efficiently as possible, how many bananas will you have left when you arrive at the destination? (apparently someon

If we assign number values to letters in the following way: A = 26, B = 25, C = 24 and so on until Y = 2 and Z =1, spell a word such that the product of its letters is as close to a million as possible. Explain how you went about solving this problem.

As provided by E. Galua theory the general algebraic equations for a polynomial of fourth order ax^4 + bx^3 + cx^2 + dx + f=0 (*) is the maximum order type of algebraic equations the solution to which one can write down in radical expressions. Among all the equations of fourth

A mo-ped can travel 60 miles in 2 hours less time than a bicycle can travel 50 miles. The mo-ped is traveling at a rate of 10 miles per hour faster than the bicycle. 1. How fast in mph is each traveling? 2. How long will it take each to travel their respective distance?

Please see the attached file for the fully formatted problems. 1) Have you ever seen the written form of the Sanskrit language? If so, you probably are amazed at how different this ancient language from India looks from ours. Some English words, however, are based on Sanskrit. For example, cup comes from the Sanskrit work kup

You are a miner and you have three pieces of Bickford's fuse of equal length. You need only 3/4 of one of them. You have no ruler or other measurement device with you. You cannot also bend the fuses as they are old and can be broken at any point while being bent. You only can ignite them from any end and extinguish at any moment