An algebraic integer is a root of a monic (i.e. leading coefficient is 1)
polynomial with integer coefficients. . . . . . .

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Algebraic integer

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Algebraic Integer

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Algebraic integer

### Related pages in this website

Construction -- Construction of sets
of numbers, starting with the original Peano Axioms, formulated so that zero *is*
included in the set of natural numbers. (See Is
Zero a Natural Number?)

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