Questions tagged [abstract-algebra]

For questions about the study and teaching of abstract algebra, including topics such as groups, rings, fields, and vector spaces.

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Online open-course-ware that uses Maclane's book "Algebra"

I am struggling with that book which I find to be more of second-guessing type than a book for self-study: it has cryptically written sections, no examples (and those given, and rarely, are even more ...
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in what sense is the subject of finite group theory 'algebraic'?

[cross posted from mse] the class of all finite groups is not closed under produtcs - example: the product over all finite cyclic groups - thus it is not a variety of algebras, ie, it's not ...
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Comments on my approach to Group Theory notes?

I am working on some introductory notes for group theory. Comments on my initial approach here and any errors so far would be appreciated. I begin with the group axioms: $\forall a,b\in G:[ a+b\in ...
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Advice on teaching advanced mathematics to high school students

I am a high school student really into algebra and algebraic geometry. I want to expose this sort of math to other high school students that have the motivation and ability. For a long time, I had no ...
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Can you talk about (the rest of the) field axioms when the operations are not closed? [closed]

Note: Updated based on this. In my course, my instructor posed the following exercise: Let $S$ be the subset of $\mathbb R^n$, $S=\{(a_1,a_2,a_3...a_n) | a_2 = \pm a_1, a_3=...=a_n=0 \}$. Define ...

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