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### Algebra2005Aug

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University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 699
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 699
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 699
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 699
Ph. D. Algebra Preliminary Exam Monday, August 20, 2007Show the work you do to obtain an answer. Give reasons for your answers.There are 10 questions. You should answer each question.1. (10 points) Let G be a group of order p2 for some prime number p.
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 699
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University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 699
Algebra Preliminary Examination, August 19, 2008Print name:Show your work, give reasons for your answers, provide all necessary proofsand counterexamples. There are 10 problems on 15 pages. Each problem is worth 10points for a total of 100 points. Ple
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 699
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University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 699
Ph. D. Algebra Preliminary Exam Tuesday, August 25, 2009Show the work you do to obtain an answer. Give reasons for your answers.There are 10 questions. Do all parts of all questions. Each question is worth10 points. When a question has two parts (a) an
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 699
ALGEBRA PHD PRELIMINARY EXAM, 9 JANUARY 20091. (10 points) Let G be a group of order 132 = 22 3 11. Prove that G is not simple.2. (10 points) Let H and K be normal subgroups of a group G , and assume that G = HK .Prove that there is an isomorphismG /(
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 699
Ph. D. Algebra Preliminary Exam August 23, 2010Show the work you do to obtain an answer. Give reasons for your answers.There are 10 questions. Do all parts of all questions. Each question is worth 10points. Q is the eld of rational numbers. C is the el
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 699
NAME:Algebra Ph.D. Preliminary ExamJanuary 12, 20101. Recall that a subgroup H of a group G is called characteristic if (H ) H for every automorphism of G.(a) Prove that characteristic subgroups are always normal.(b) Let P be a p-Sylow subgroup of a
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 699
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 699
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 699
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 699
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 699
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 699
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University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 600
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 600
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 600
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 600
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 600
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 600
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 600
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 600
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 600
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 600
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 600
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 600
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 600
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 600
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 600
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 600
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University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 600
Analysis Preliminary ExamAugust, 20081. Let f : R2 R be given by the formulax2 yx2 + y 2f (x, y ) =0if (x, y ) = (0, 0)if (x, y ) = (0, 0).(a) Show that f is continuous at (0, 0).(b) Prove that the rst order partial derivatives of f at (0, 0) ex
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 600
Analysis Preliminary ExamAugust 24, 20091. If F1 and F2 are closed subsets of R1 and dist(F1 , F2 ) = 0 then F1 F2 = . Prove orgive a counterexample.2. Newtons method for nding zeroes of a function f : R1 R1 is based on the recursionformulaf (xn )x
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 600
Analysis preliminary examJan. 8, 20091. Let C be the standard Cantor set on the interval [0, 1] and let A = C c be its complement on the real line. Identify the set of all limit points A of A, explaining your answer.2. (a) Provenk=k=1n(n + 1)2(b)
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 600
August 2010 Preliminary Exam in Analysis1. Suppose that f : R R is a function such that f (f (x) = x for all x R. Prove thatthere exists an irrational number t such that f (t) is also irrational.2. Find three subsets A, B, C of the real line R such tha
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 600
January 2010 Preliminary Exam in Analysis.1. Let X be a connected metric space. Given two points p, q X and a numberprove that there exist an integer n&gt; 0,0 and points a0 , a1 , . . . , an X such that a0 = p,an = q , andd(aj , aj 1 ) &lt;for all j = 1
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 600
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 600
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 600
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 600
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University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 601
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 601
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 601
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University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 601
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University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 601
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University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 601
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University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 601
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University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 601
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University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 680
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 680
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University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 680
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University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 680
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 680
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 680
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University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 680
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University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 680
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 680
University of North Carolina School of the Arts - MATH - 680