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Abstract Algebra I by Marcel B. Finan

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Abstract Algebra I
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Publisher: Arkansas Tech University

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Contents: Concept of a Mapping; Composition; Binary Operations; Composition of Mappings as a Binary Operation; Definition and Examples of Groups; Permutation Groups; Subgroups; Symmetry Groups; Equivalence Relations; The Division Algorithm; Congruence Modulo n; Arithmetic Modulo n; Greatest Common Divisors; The Euclidean Algorithm; etc.

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