| Charles A. Weibel - Mathematics - 1995
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| Joseph Rotman - Mathematics - 1998 - 157 pages
A clear, efficient exposition of this topic with complete proofs and exercises, covering cubic and quartic formulas; fundamental theory of Galois theory; insolvability of the ... | |
| Joseph J. Rotman - Mathematics - 2000 - 531 pages
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| Joseph J. Rotman - Mathematics - 1996 - 265 pages
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| Joseph J. Rotman - Mathematics - 2013 - 256 pages
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| Alexander Zimmermann - Mathematics - 2014 - 707 pages
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