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Guide to Abstract Algebra (2nd Edition)

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 224
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Mathematical Guides


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Paperback - 9780333794470

06 December 2002

$76.99

Ebook - 9780230001206

20 December 2002

$59.99

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20 December 2002

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30 April 2003

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Guide to Abstract Algebra is a comprehensive and accessible text covering the basic topics of an introductory abstract algebra course. New concepts are introduced gradually and illustrated by a variety of worked examples....

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Guide to Abstract Algebra is a comprehensive and accessible text covering the basic topics of an introductory abstract algebra course. New concepts are introduced gradually and illustrated by a variety of worked examples.

New features in this second edition are:
· Two new chapters on Number Systems and Polynomials
· Proofs by induction are introduced through a new section on sequences and recurrence relations
· Fully updated to reflect the needs of today's first year undergraduate students

This book is ideal for first year undergraduate courses in Mathematics or Computer Science.

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Studentfriendly introduction to the subject
Updated to reflect modern Abstract Algebra courses

Sets
Relations
Mappings
The Integers
Number Systems
Polynomials.

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CAROL WHITEHEAD is a Lecturer in Mathematics at Goldsmiths' College, University of London.

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CAROL WHITEHEAD is a Lecturer in Mathematics at Goldsmiths' College, University of London.

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