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AlgebraicUnitQ

AlgebraicUnitQ[a]
yields True if a is an algebraic unit, and yields False otherwise.
  • A number is an algebraic unit if both it and its reciprocal are algebraic integers.
Test whether is an algebraic unit:
Test whether is an algebraic unit:
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Simple algebraic units:
Radical expressions:
Root and AlgebraicNumber objects:
AlgebraicUnitQ automatically threads over lists:
An algebraic unit and its reciprocal are algebraic integers:
The reciprocal is an algebraic unit:
An algebraic unit has norm or :
An algebraic unit raised to a power is again an algebraic unit:
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