## Determine the Splitting Field of the Polynomial $x^4+x^2+1$ over $\Q$

## Problem 92

Determine the splitting field and its degree over $\Q$ of the polynomial

\[x^4+x^2+1.\]
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Determine the splitting field and its degree over $\Q$ of the polynomial

\[x^4+x^2+1.\]
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1 & \alpha\\

0& 1

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