4 edition of A first-[second] course in algebra found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 74 p. :|
|Number of Pages||52|
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The course is designed for those who will make the transition from techniques courses to conceptual mathematics. Since the book is editable and Sage is also an open resource I see no problem with the longevity of this OER.
: Ongoing, but usable now. Thus G cannot be simple if it has a subgroup H of index 2. Besides quite a bit of basic commutative algebra we covered dimension theory of Noetherian rings and we proved Zariski's main theorem. Backgrounds for the concepts and preparation of students for teaching the material.
The examples used in the text are relevant and up to date. The frequent referencing using acronyms only instead of pages numbers makes it very difficult to use the print version. This page is coded to conform to XHTML 1. Moreover, these have been worked into the.
Now is the time to redefine. Clarity rating: 3 The book's writing is often quite dense. The text is arranged in such a way that updates would be easy to add.
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Consistency rating: 5 This text is consistent in its terminology, both internally and globally.
The book includes a few "one-liners" to help keep students engaged while reading, and I think that this is done really well! Interface rating: 5 There weren't any navigation issues or problems with distracting display features.