Disclaimer: This post is the third of a set of three(ish) about Baker’s Theorem and the Class Number Problem. It is intended to be informative and not too rigorous. Find part one here and part two here! So, we’ve introduced both the Class Number One Problem and Baker’s Theorem, and now we’re going to tryContinue reading “Baker’s Theorem and the Class Number Problem (Part 3)”

# Tag Archives: Number Theory

## Baker’s Theorem and the Class Number Problem (Part 2)

Disclaimer: This post is the second of a set of three(ish) about Baker’s Theorem and the Class Number Problem. It is intended to be informative and not too rigorous. Find part one here! In this post, I’ll introduce the Class Number Problem, before (eventually) pulling these posts together and seeing how Baker’s Theorem is relevantContinue reading “Baker’s Theorem and the Class Number Problem (Part 2)”

## Baker’s Theorem and the Class Number Problem (Part 1)

Disclaimer: This post is the first of a set of three(ish) about Baker’s Theorem and the Class Number Problem. It is intended to be informative and not too rigorous. Over roughly 3 posts, I aim to introduce Baker’s Theorem, the Class Number Problem, and then discuss how Baker’s methods solved part of the problem. InContinue reading “Baker’s Theorem and the Class Number Problem (Part 1)”

## A Discussion on (Non-)Unique Factorisation

Disclaimer: This post is a quick discussion of some number theory related things; it is not meant to be rigorous. Throughout, I take to be a base field and to be an extension of ; towards the end of the post will represent the Hilbert Class Field of . Recently, I’ve spent a lot ofContinue reading “A Discussion on (Non-)Unique Factorisation”