eginning this book with chapter 4 unless you have already expended considerable thought on equations.
Reviewed by "the_incontinent_orson_welles", ("The Minnesota")
I used this for a first-time self-study of abstract algebra at the undergraduate level. Being an autodidactic math student, I was acclimated to the methods/meaning of theorems and their proofs at what apparently was an unusually early sta
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e scattered throughout the text rather then collected at the chapter ends. You read something and immediately work on a couple (or more) of questions. You understand at the spot rather than waiting the chapter end.
Reviewed by George E. Hrabovsky, (Madison, Wisconsin United States)
This book is certainly not for everyone. If you prefer a book where you are held by the hand through the material, where you are fed the interpretation, and where all of the work is done for you then do not buy this book. This book is for
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