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This traditional treatment of abstract algebra is designed for the particular needs of the mathematics teacher. Readers must have access to a Computer Algebra System (C. A. S.) such as Maple, or at minimum a calculator such as the TI 89 with C. A. S. capabilities. KEY TOPICS: Includes “To the Teacher” sections that Draw connections from the number theory or abstract algebra under consideration to secondary mathematics. Provides historical context with “From the Past” sections in each chapter. Features “Worksheets” that outline the framework of a topic in most chapters. A useful reference for mathematics teachers who need to brush up on their abstract algebra skills.
An Introduction to Abstract Algebra with Notes to the Future Teacher, 1/E
Melissa A Sutherland
Gary W Towsley
Table of contents
1. Topics in Number Theory
2. Modular Arithmetic and Systems of Numbers
4. A First Look at Group Theory
5. New Structures from Old
6. Looking Forward and Back
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