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In Starks proof of the class number 1 problem, on page 18 he mentions an equation derived by Weber that says: $\exists a,b,c\in Q(j(\frac{-3+\sqrt{d}}{2}))$ s.t. $j(\frac{-3+\sqrt{d}}{2})^3+aj(\frac{-3+\sqrt{d}}{2})^2+bj(\frac{-3+\sqrt{d}}{2})+c=0$. I cant find a free version of the paper, so I was wondering if anyone knows another source that derives this or if anyone can explain how to derive this. Thank you for any help!

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