Definition of Evariste galois
1. Noun. French mathematician who described the conditions for solving polynomial equations; was killed in a duel at the age of 21 (1811-1832).
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1. A History of European Thought in the Nineteenth Century by John Theodore Merz (1903)
"... those termed equations were originally invented and commanded attention 1 evariste galois is held to have been one of the greatest mathematical geniuses ..."
2. Introduction to the Theory of Algebraic Equations by Leonard Eugene Dickson (1903)
"... mathematiques D'evariste galois, avec une introduction par .!/. Smile Picard, Paris 1897. ..."
3. The Theory of Substitutions and Its Application to Algebra by Eugen Netto (1892)
"Consequently if any two roots jcp and xy are given, every other root xa is denned by an equation •evariste galois: Oeuvres ..."
4. The Encyclopædia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and by Hugh Chisholm (1910)
"... was established by evariste galois (born October 1811, killed in a duel May 1832; see his collected works, ..."
5. Nature by Nature Publishing Group, Norman Lockyer (1883)
"... been invented by a schoolboy, if there were again a schoolboy with such an early maturity of genius as characterised Pascal, Gauss, or evariste galois. ..."
6. Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society by London Mathematical Society (1897)
"... Mathematiques d'evariste galois," avec une Introduction par E. Picard, 8vo ; Paris, 1897. "Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society," Vol. m., No. ..."