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If WD e 2 i=p lies in ޑ, the degree ޑ. / W ޑis a power of 2, by Chapter 1, F9. But by F11 we always have ޑ. / W ޑD p 1 (review Chapter 2, F3 and Chapter 3, F6). ˜ Thus a regular heptagon (7-gon) is not constructible with ruler and compass, nor is an 11-gon, a 13-gon, a 14-gon, a 19-gon, and so on. And neither is a 9-gon, as can be seen from the following generalization of F11: F13. We keep the notations of F11. X / WD 1 C X p In particular, ޑ. p 1/. X p r 1 /: 52 5 Prime Factorization in Polynomial Rings.
There is also a sort of converse to this statement: F11. Let R be a integral domain and ᏼ a subset of R r f0g. If every nonzero a 2 R can be uniquely represented in the form (22) above, then R is a unique factorization domain and ᏼ is a directory of primes of R. 40 4 Fundamentals of Divisibility Proof. Each 2 ᏼ is of course irreducible, by assumption. Now let be any irreducible element of R. Again from the assumption we have D " 0 , with " a unit and 0 2 ᏼ, both being uniquely determined. Thus is associated to exactly one 0 2 ᏼ.
Was arbitrary, ˜ F8. Let R be a UFD and K D Frac R. Let f 2 RŒX be a normalized polynomial with coefﬁcients in R. Then any root ˛ of f that lies in K actually lies in R, and moreover divides the constant term of f . Proof. X / in KŒX . Since f is normalized, so is h. X / are in R. 0/ D . 0/ we have ˛ j a0 . ˜ Application. Consider the special case R D ޚ, K D ޑ. X / D X 3 2 is irreducible. Suppose f were reducible. Since it has degree 3, it would have a linear factor, and therefore a root ˛ in ޑ.