Hardcover: 342 pages Publisher: Blaisdell; 1st edition (1964) ISBN-10: 0536002576 ISBN-13: 978-0536002570 Has some highlighting, underlining and emphasis marks on the first 129 pages. Three very small words inside front cover, "unto left inverse, " with almost invisible price stamp. Otherwise, good condition.
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UsedGood. ASIN: 1124038612 Hardcover; 3rd printing of a 1964 copyright; fading and shelf wear to exterior; former owner's stamping on title page; small amount of highlighting and a few margin notes; coffee-colored mark on side page e dge; otherwise in good condition with tight binding.
This lovingly written and exquisitely crafted book provides a detailed introduction to abstract algebra. First published in 1964, it is still an excellent textbook and will probably never go out of date.
The text does not assume any background beyond high school math, but the mathematics it covers is intense and detailed. This is a book for college math majors, not for someone who is looking for a casual introduction to the subject.
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