Rings and Polynomials

This article is part 3 in the How to Discover Finite Fields While Bored in Class series. The image represents a finite commutative ring with five elements.

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BS in Physics, Math, and CS with a minor in High-Performance Computing. You can find all my articles at https://josephmellor.xyz/articles/.

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