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The fundamental theorem of additive polynomials
- Let be a polynomial with coefficients in k, and be the set of its roots. Assuming that is separable, then P(x) is additive if and only if form a group.
They are a subgroup in respect to addition or multiplication?
Should it be
Hmm, the structure of this article shows remarkable similarity to the Mathworld article. linas 05:03, 10 Jun 2005 (UTC)
- I noticed that a while ago too.
- By the way, could you check my edits for correctness? Back then both of us were green and we fought like hell. :) Oleg Alexandrov 05:14, 10 Jun 2005 (UTC)
Non-absolutely additive example dispute
Is the example under additive versus absolutely additive correct? That is, I think is absolutely additive. is the order of the field, and if finite it must then be for some . But is the characteristic, so that is a linear combination of and and thus absolutely additive. GromXXVII (talk) 12:31, 5 May 2008 (UTC)