Logo

Intro to Abstract Algebra by Paul Garrett

Intro to Abstract Algebra
by


Number of pages: 200

Description:
The text covers basic algebra of polynomials, induction and the well-ordering principle, sets, counting principles, integers, unique factorization into primes, prime numbers, Sun Ze's theorem, hood algorithm for exponentiation, Fermat's little theorem, Euler's theorem, public-key ciphers, pseudoprimes and primality tests, vectors and matrices, motions in two and three dimensions, permutations and symmetric groups, rings and fields, etc.

Home page url

Download or read it online for free here:
Download link
(1.2MB, PDF)

Similar books

Book cover: Elementary Abstract Algebra: Examples and ApplicationsElementary Abstract Algebra: Examples and Applications
by - Texas A&M University
This book is our best effort at making Abstract Algebra as down-to earth as possible. We use concrete mathematical structures such as the complex numbers, integers mod n, symmetries to introduce some of the beautifully general ideas of group theory.
(1989 views)
Book cover: Elements of Abstract and Linear AlgebraElements of Abstract and Linear Algebra
by
Covers abstract algebra in general, with the focus on linear algebra, intended for students in mathematics, physical sciences, and computer science. The presentation is compact, but still somewhat informal. The proofs of many theorems are omitted.
(11378 views)
Book cover: Abstract Algebra Done ConcretelyAbstract Algebra Done Concretely
by - Purdue University
This book covers basic abstract algebra. Rather than spending a lot of time on axiomatics and serious theorem proving, the author wanted to spend more time with examples, simple applications and with making scenic detours.
(9280 views)
Book cover: Algebra: Abstract and ConcreteAlgebra: Abstract and Concrete
by - Semisimple Press
An introduction to modern and abstract algebra at upper undergraduate level and beginning graduate students. The book treats conventional topics: linear algebra, groups, rings, fields, and symmetry as a unifying concept.
(35532 views)