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Introduction to Abstract Algebra (PDF 276P) This book covers the following topics: Sets, Relations, and Integers, Introduction to Groups, Permutation Groups, Subgroups and Normal Subgroups, Homomorphisms and Isomorphisms of groups, Direct Product of Groups, Introduction to rings, Subrings, Ideals, and Homomorphisms, Ring Embedding, Polynomial Rings, Euclidean Domains, Unique …

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