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## Is Galois group cyclic?

When the Galois group is also cyclic, the extension is also called a cyclic extension. Going in the other direction, a Galois extension is called solvable if its Galois group is solvable, i.e., if the group can be decomposed into a series of normal extensions of an abelian group.

**What is Galois extension k f?**

(c) the Galois group of K/F is isomorphic to the quotient group G/H. Moreover, whether or not K/F is normal, (d) [K : F]=[G : H] and [E : K] = |H|. (3) If the intermediate field K corresponds to the subgroup H and σ is any automorphism. in G, then the field σK = {σ(x): x ∈ K} corresponds to the conjugate subgroup.

### What is a Galois closure?

The Galois closure of a separable field extension F/E is a minimal Galois extension over E containing F. It is unique up to isomorphism over E. When F = E(α) is a finite simple extension, its Galois closure is the splitting field of the minimal polynomial f(x) of α over E.

**How do I find my Galois group order?**

The order of the Galois group equals the degree of a normal extension. Moreover, there is a 1–1 correspondence between subfields F ⊂ K ⊂ E and subgroups of H ⊂ G, the Galois group of E over F. To a subgroup H is associated the field k = {x ∈ E : f(x) = x for all f ∈ K}.

## How do I get to Galois closure?

Thus the Galois closure of F is the splitting field of f(X). In the present problem α = √1 + √2 and f(X) = X4 − 2X2 − 1, thus the Galois closure of Q(α) is Q((√1 + √2, √1 − √2).

**What is the Galois correspondence?**

In mathematics, especially in order theory, a Galois connection is a particular correspondence (typically) between two partially ordered sets (posets).

### What is Galois pair?

In this alternative definition, a Galois connection is a pair of antitone, i.e. order-reversing, functions F : A → B and G : B → A between two posets A and B, such that. b ≤ F(a) if and only if a ≤ G(b).