Abstract Algebra: A First Course

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Waveland Pr Inc, 1992 - Mathematics - 233 pages
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The simplicity of the language, the organization of the ideas, and the conciseness with completeness are this books main strengths as it introduces abstract algebra. It plunges directly into algebraic structures and incorporates an unusually large number of examples to clarify abstract concepts as they arise. Theorem proofs do more than just prove the stated results, they are examined so readers can gain a better impression of where the proofs come from and why they proceed as they do. Most of the exercises range from easy to moderately difficult and ask for understanding of ideas rather than flashes of insight.

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This was the first book I read about group theory many years ago. It is a basic book on Group, Ring and Field Theories. But I have to say I've never seen any other book explaining the abstract ... Read full review

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Sets and Induction
1
Binary Operations
10
Groups
16
Copyright

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