## Collaborative Mathematics and Statistics Research: Topics by Jan Rychtář, Maya Chhetri, Sat Gupta, Ratnasingham Shivaji

By Jan Rychtář, Maya Chhetri, Sat Gupta, Ratnasingham Shivaji

This quantity includes conscientiously reviewed papers at the subject matters offered through scholars on the 9th Annual collage of North Carolina at Greensboro neighborhood arithmetic and records Conference (UNCG RMSC) that came about on November 2, 2013. All papers are coauthored by means of pupil researchers and their school mentors. This convention sequence used to be inaugurated in 2005, and it now draws over a hundred and fifty individuals from over 30 universities from North Carolina and surrounding states. The convention is particularly adapted for college students to give their examine tasks that surround a extensive spectrum of issues in arithmetic, mathematical biology, data, and laptop science.

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Definition 2. x1 ; : : : ; x14 / be a polynomial with integer coefficients. Let H be the stabilizer of T in S14 . x/. x/ also has integer coefficients. The main theorem concerning resolvent polynomials is the following. A proof can be found in [17]. Theorem 1. Rf;T /. G/, where is the natural group homomorphism from S14 to Sm given by the natural right action of S14 on S14 =H . Note that we can always ensure R is squarefree by taking a suitable Tschirnhaus transformation of f [8, p. 318]. G/ on the set Œ1; : : : ; m.

Let L=Qp be a Galois extension with Galois group G, and let Gi denote the i -th ramification group. Let p denote the unique maximal ideal of ZL and U0 the units in L. For i 1, let Ui D 1 C pi . (a) For i 0, Gi =Gi C1 is isomorphic to a subgroup of Ui =Ui C1. (b) The group G0 =G1 is cyclic and isomorphic to a subgroup of the group of roots of unity in the residue field of L. Its order is prime to p. A Linear Resolvent for Degree 14 Polynomials 45 (c) The quotients Gi =Gi C1 for i 1 are abelian groups and are direct products of cyclic groups of order p.

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