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chwala

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- Homework Statement:
- see attached...

- Relevant Equations:
- Ring theory

Hey guys, i need insight on the highlighted part...the steps before this are quite clear:

where is the ##\dfrac{3}{4}M ## coming from? and how to show the argument does not work for ##n=-3##? i should be able to check on this ...later.

and why is the Norm of say;

##ϒ =a+c\sqrt b##

taken as

##N(ϒ)=a^2-c^2b##

and not

##N(ϒ)=a^2+c^2b##?

cheers

where is the ##\dfrac{3}{4}M ## coming from? and how to show the argument does not work for ##n=-3##? i should be able to check on this ...later.

and why is the Norm of say;

##ϒ =a+c\sqrt b##

taken as

##N(ϒ)=a^2-c^2b##

and not

##N(ϒ)=a^2+c^2b##?

cheers