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Monthly Archives: June 2011
In this article I will show that the cyclic group of order n, that is the set under addition modulo n motivates the discrete Fourier transform on a particular finite dimensional complex inner product space, and gives many of its … Continue reading
In a previous post I discussed finding the zeros of low degree polynomials; I want to extend that discussion to algorithmically finding the zeros of polynomials, more on solving the quintic and a brief discussion of transcendental numbers.