Homework Help, Textbook Solutions & Study Documents for A Primer of Abstract Mathematics (Classroom Resource...

A Primer of Abstract Mathematics (Classroom Resource Materials)
A Primer of Abstract Mathematics (Classroom Resource Materials)

Author: Robert B. Ash

ISBN: 9780883857083

Documents: 15

Buy A Primer of Abstract Mathematics (Classroom Resource Materials) from Amazon

Join now for free to access any of the below study materials that we've found may be relevant to this textbook

Browse Study Materials for this Textbook

  • MAT1102_calc_l8_wk5_1
    10 Pages
    Register Now
    MAT1102_calc_l8_wk5_1
    Course: MAT 1102
    School: Allan Hancock College

    MAT1102 Algebra & Calculus I Review question Calculus What is the difference between the derivative function and the derivative at a point? Given f(t), how can the first derivative f(t) be written in Leibniz notation? How about the second deriv

  • MAT1102_calc_l8_wk5_1solutions
    10 Pages
    Register Now
    MAT1102_calc_l8_wk5_1solutions
    Course: MAT 1102
    School: Allan Hancock College

    MAT1102 Algebra & Calculus I Review question Calculus What is the difference between the derivative function and the derivative at a point? Given f(t), how can the first derivative f'(t) be written in Leibniz notation? How about the second deri

  • slides
    1 Pages
    Register Now
    slides
    Course: MATH 407
    School: UMBC

    0. Introduction Math 407: Modern Algebra I Robert Campbell UMBC January 29, 2008 Robert Campbell (UMBC) 0. Introduction January 29, 2008 1 / 22 Outline 1 Math 407: Abstract Algebra Sources Cast of Characters Background Material Applications

  • 08-Congruencesandequationsslides
    8 Pages
    Register Now
    08-Congruencesandequationsslides
    Course: TOPIC 8
    School: WVU

    Congruences and equations Mathematics Unit 8: A transition to Algebra Variable/Equality Concept What is algebra? How would you characterize when a student moves from studying arithmetic to algebra? What are the key underlying concepts of algebra?

  • MAT1102_calc_l17_wk12_1
    11 Pages
    Register Now
    MAT1102_calc_l17_wk12_1
    Course: MAT 1102
    School: Allan Hancock College

    MAT1102 Algebra & Calculus I Review question Calculus What is the difference between the definite and the indefinite integral, eg MAT1102 Algebra & Calculus I Calculus Lecture 17 (week 12 part 1) Slide 1 From last week - More examples MAT1102 Al

  • MAT1102_calc_l16_wk11_2
    9 Pages
    Register Now
    MAT1102_calc_l16_wk11_2
    Course: MAT 1102
    School: Allan Hancock College

    MAT1102 Algebra & Calculus I Review question Factorize the following: 1) x2-1 2) 2x2-2x-12 3) 3x2-12x+12 MAT1102 Algebra & Calculus I Calculus Lecture 16 (week 11 part 2) Slide 1 Calculus Outline Matlab Notes - Summing area using left, right, and

  • MAT1102_calc_l16_wk11_2solutions
    9 Pages
    Register Now
    MAT1102_calc_l16_wk11_2solutions
    Course: MAT 1102
    School: Allan Hancock College

    MAT1102 Algebra & Calculus I Review question Factorize the following: 1) x2-1 2) 2x2-2x-12 3) 3x2-12x+12 MAT1102 Algebra & Calculus I Calculus Lecture 16 (week 11 part 2) Slide 1 Calculus Outline Matlab Notes - Summing area using left, right, and

  • calco09
    15 Pages
    Register Now
    calco09
    Course: SS 368
    School: East Los Angeles College

    Relating coalgebraic notions of bisimulation with applications to name-passing process calculi (extended abstract) Sam Staton Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge Abstract. A labelled transition system can be understood as a coalgebra for a

  • Exam3Review
    3 Pages
    Register Now
    Exam3Review
    Course: MATH 486
    School: University of Michigan

    Math 486 Exam 3 Review Sheet 16 April 2008 This document is a preliminary review sheet. Since it is prepared well before the nal exam, it is possible that not all of the material on this review sheet will be covered on the nal exam. The nal exam is c

  • book2
    7 Pages
    Register Now
    book2
    Course: CS 353
    School: Stanford

    Chapter 2 Equational Logic 2.1 2.1.1 Syntax Terms and Term Algebras The natural logic of algebra is equational logic, whose propositions are universally quantied identities between terms built up from variables with operation symbols. For example

  • TExES Competencies 8-12
    10 Pages
    Register Now
    TExES Competencies 8-12
    Course: MATH 404
    School: Tarleton

    Mathematics TExES Competencies 8-12 DOMAIN INUMBER CONCEPTS Competency 001 The teacher understands the real number system and its structure, operations, algorithms, and representations. The beginning teacher: Understands the concepts of place value,

  • Abstract algebra
    24 Pages
    Register Now
    Abstract algebra
    Course: EEE 598
    School: ASU

    Abstract algebra Abstract algebra is the field of mathematics concerned with the study of algebraic structures such as groups, rings and fields. The term abstract algebra is used to distinguish the field from "elementary algebra" or "high school alge

  • alv10
    86 Pages
    Register Now
    alv10
    Course: MATH 619
    School: University of Hawaii - Hilo

    ALGEBRAS, LATTICES, VARIETIES VOLUME II Raph Freese University of Hawaii Ralph McKenzie Vanderbilt University George McNulty University of South Carolina Walter Taylor Univeristy of Colorado Contents Chapter 10.1. 10.2. 10.3. 10.4. 10.5. 10.6. 10.7

  • Lec03 Sets and Relations
    52 Pages
    Register Now
    Lec03 Sets and Relations
    Course: AMSPUTMA 504
    School: Kentucky

    Sets, Boolean Algebras, and Relations Sections 2.12.5 Introduction to Sets History and Philosophy Informally a set is a collection of objects. It turns out that this informal definition leads to paradoxes if one tries to consider sufficiently path

  • sagedays2-linalg
    101 Pages
    Register Now
    sagedays2-linalg
    Course: DAYS 2
    School: Washington

    Linear Algebra in SAGE Robert Bradshaw October 7, 2006 Robert Bradshaw Linear Algebra in SAGE Goals Extremely fast dense (and sparse) exact linear algebra. Robert Bradshaw Linear Algebra in SAGE Goals Extremely fast dense (and sparse) exact

Don’t see what you’re looking for? Ask a Tutor your question!

Check out Tips for Asking Questions or view some Sample Questions before you ask a question
73 experts online.
Upload File(s)
0 file(s) attached
    No Files Attached

Joe Vela

Newark, DE

Supplementing your notes from class with uploads from other students.

View Profile »

Jordan Macdonald

Los Angeles, CA

The best thing about Course Hero is the free course material to study from.

View Profile »
Make Course Hero even better! Share quality content with your peers
Share high quality study materials and earn Premier access
Create free flashcard sets to master any subject
Upgrade to Course Hero Premier

Download quality study guides, lecture notes, practice problems.

24/7 Access to Tutors Up to $100 in tutor credits to ask all your questions.

Learn 93% of our premier members earn better grades