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I"m working on my math history class project. I choose a topic to discuss about Theory of Ideal Prime Factors by Ernst Eduard Kummer. (1847). I read the material few times, but I don't get an understand of the basic idea how he can come up this theory. Can someone explain it in a simply way of the theory?

Thanks.

(I can post if need furter information about the materials, from the book "Classics of Mathematics". by Ronald Calinger)

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# Theory of Ideal Prime Factors

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