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Washington and Lee University

Washington and Lee University
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Gregory Dresden

Professor of Mathematics

Baker 210
(540) 458-8806
dresdeng@wlu.edu

Personal Homepage | Curriculum Vitae

Education

B.S. in Mathematics, Stanford University, 1989.
M.A. in Mathematics, University of Wisconsin, 1991.
Ph.D. in Mathematics, University of Texas, 1997.

Research

Number Theory.
Algebra.
Mahler's Measure.

Teaching

Calculus.
Abstract Algebra.
Number Theory.
Actuarial Science.

Selected Publications

"There Are Only Nine Finite Groups of Linear Fractional Transforms with Integer Coefficients," Math. Mag., to appear.

"On the Middle Coefficient of the Cyclotomic Polynomial," MAA Monthly, to appear.

"Finding Factors of Factor Rings over the Gaussian Integers," with Wayne Dymàcek, MAA Monthly, to appear.

"A New Approach to Rational Values of Trigonometric Functions," submitted to Math. Mag.

"On the Mahler Measure of P(f/g)", preprint.