# 5. (a) Show that Q(V2) C Q V2). (b) Find [Q( 12): Q(V2)]. (c) Show that...

5. (a) Show that Q(V2) C Q V2). (b) Find [Q( 12): Q(V2)]. (c) Show that r - V2 is irreducible in Q(V2)[].

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