Introduction to Modern Algebra

A textbook for Math 225 Modern Algebra Course in Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Clark University.

**Publication date**: 05 Dec 2017

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Introduction to Modern Algebra

A textbook for Math 225 Modern Algebra Course in Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Clark University.

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David Joyce wrote:

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Course goals.

- To provide students with a good understanding of the theory of modern algebra as described in the syllabus.

- To help students develop the ability to prove theorems and solve problems.

- To introduce students to some of the basic methods of modern algebra.

- To develop abstract and critical reasoning by studying logical proofs and the axiomatic method as applied to modern algebra.

- To make connections between modern algebra and other branches of mathematics, and to see some of the history of the subject.

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Professor of Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Clark University. Professor Joyce received a B.S. from the University of Michigan in 1973 and an M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in 1975 and 1979, respectively. He has been with Clark since 1979. Professor Joyce’s research interests include knot theory and computer science.

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