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This current e-book comes from the 1st a part of the lecture notes the writer used for first-year graduate algebra path on the collage of Minnesota, Purdue college and Peking college. the purpose of this publication isn't just to offer the coed easy accessibility to the elemental wisdom of algebra, both for destiny development within the box of algebra, or for basic history details, but additionally to teach that algebra is actually a grasp key or "skeleton key" to many mathematical difficulties. the writer needs to offer this ebook as an try to re-establish the contacts among algebra and different branches of arithmetic and sciences. Many examples and routines are integrated to demonstrate the ability of intuitive methods to algebra.
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