common for a student learning abstract algebra to have had any previous exposure to depend on some knowledge of linear algebra, are indicated with a #. Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data Herstein, I. N. Abstract algebra / I.N. Herstein. — 3rd ed. p. cm. Includes index. ISBN 1. Abstract Algebra I. N. Herstein (Solution). – Free download as PDF File .pdf) or read online for free.
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No trivia or quizzes yet. Topics in Algebra Amazon Link and Abstract Algebra Amazon Link I wanted to figure out whether one is more advanced than the other or whether one is sequel to the agebra.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I don’t remember where I read it and now that I was about to buy the book I found out that there two Hersteins: My library Help Advanced Book Search.
It is the one you will need to master to prepare for graduate work. There are many problems with difficulty ranging from very easy to very hard.
Abstract Algebra by I.N. Herstein
Mar 30, Dan rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Will R 6, 3 14 Apr 06, Jaci rated it liked it. Mathew Calkins rated it really liked it Jan 19, Topics bt I think best for the subject.
Post as a guest Name. I don’t think is the best text for learning the material, but it could be worse. I don’t know of any occasion where somebody has referred to an algebra book as “Herstein” and has been referring to Abstract Algebra – they always mean Topics in Algebra.
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Herstein Israel Nathan Herstein was a mathematician, appointed as professor at the University of Chicago in Mar 02, Lia rated it liked it Shelves: This might be a difficult book if used as an introduction to abstract algebra. Christopher Farah rated it really liked it Nov 08, So my question is: I don’t know they are sequels or not as Topics is an advanced book. I found it exceptionally useful for learning basic Abstract Algebra. They have a lot of overlap of course, but the material is presented very differently by the authors.
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This was the textbook for my first course in Abstract Algebra. He worked on a variety of areas of algebra, including ring theory, with over research papers and over a dozen books.
I prefer Topics in Algebra by the same author. Sign up using Email and Password. From inside the book.