Nikolai Chebotaryov


Russian mathematician

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According to Wikipedia, Nikolai Grigorievich Chebotaryov was a Ukrainian and Soviet mathematician. He is best known for the Chebotaryov density theorem. He was a student of Dmitry Grave, a Russian mathematician. Chebotaryov worked on the algebra of polynomials, in particular examining the distribution of the zeros. He also studied Galois theory and wrote a textbook on the subject titled Basic Galois Theory. His ideas were used by Emil Artin to prove the Artin reciprocity law. He worked with his student Anatoly Dorodnov on a generalization of the quadrature of the lune, and proved the conjecture now known as the Chebotaryov theorem on roots of unity.

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