dividing an algebraic integer by another
Hi,
I've worked out that the algebraic integer \(6+23\sqrt{2}\) is divisible by
\(2+\sqrt{2}\). I find finding these factors by looking at norms quite tiring.
Is another way to work out
\(\frac{6+23\sqrt{2}}{2+\sqrt{2}}\)
in it's simplest form?
A division algorithm for example. Please show me how it goes.
Last fiddled with by wildrabbitt on 20190701 at 20:04
