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Workbook in Higher Algebra by David Surowski

Workbook in Higher Algebra
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Number of pages: 194

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This set of notes was developed as a result of Higher Algebra courses the author taught at Kansas State University. The text covers Group Theory, Field and Galois Theory, Elementary Factorization Theory, Dedekind Domains, Module Theory, Ring Structure Theory, Tensor Products, Zorn’s Lemma and some Applications.

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