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Learning Modern Algebra By Al Cuoco
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Learning Modern Algebra By Al Cuoco

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Mathematics
ISBN
9781939512017
Author
Al Cuoco
Publisher
Maa
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  • Book Name: Learning Modern Algebra
  • Author: Al Cuoco
  • ISBN: 9781939512017
  • Publisher:Maa
  • Description: Much of modern algebra arose from attempts to prove Fermat's Last Theorem, which in turn has its roots in Diophantus' classification of Pythagorean triples. This book, designed for prospective and practising mathematics teachers, makes explicit connections between the ideas of abstract ...

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    Category Type
    Mathematics
    ISBN
    9781939512017
    EAN-13
    9781939512017
    Item EAN
    2724588910848
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    Author
    Al Cuoco
    Category Type
    Mathematics
    ISBN
    9781939512017
    EAN-13
    9781939512017
    Item EAN
    2724588910848
    People
    Author
    Al Cuoco
    People
    Publisher
    Maa
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    English
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    Description:

    • Book Name: Learning Modern Algebra
    • Author: Al Cuoco
    • ISBN: 9781939512017
    • Publisher:Maa
    • Description: Much of modern algebra arose from attempts to prove Fermat's Last Theorem, which in turn has its roots in Diophantus' classification of Pythagorean triples. This book, designed for prospective and
    • Book Name: Learning Modern Algebra
    • Author: Al Cuoco
    • ISBN: 9781939512017
    • Publisher:Maa
    • Description: Much of modern algebra arose from attempts to prove Fermat's Last Theorem, which in turn has its roots in Diophantus' classification of Pythagorean triples. This book, designed for prospective and practising mathematics teachers, makes explicit connections between the ideas of abstract algebra and the mathematics taught at high-school level. Algebraic concepts are presented in historical order, and the book also demonstrates how other important themes in algebra arose from questions related to teaching. The focus is on number theory, polynomials, and commutative rings. Group theory is introduced near the end of the text to explain why generalisations of the quadratic formula do not exist for polynomials of high degree, allowing the reader to appreciate the work of Galois and Abel. Results are motivated with specific examples, and applications range from the theory of repeating decimals to the use of imaginary quadratic fields to construct problems with rational solutions.
 

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