Background: Given the fundamental theorem of algebra every polynomial of degree n has n roots. From Galois Theory we know that we can only find exact solutions of polynomials if their corresponding Galois group is soluble. I am studying Galois Theory ( Ian Stewart ) and I am not getting the result out of it that I expected. I expected to learn to determine for a polynomial of degree n its corresponding Galois group, and if it that group is soluble a recipe to find the exact roots of that polynomial. My experience thus far with Galois Theory is that it proves that there is no general solution for a polynomial of degree 5 and higher.
Question: I want to learn to solve polynomials of degree 5 and higher if they have a corresponding soluble Galois group. From which book or article can I learn this?