MATH 103B Homework 5
Due May 10, 2013
Version May 13, 2013
Assigned reading: Chapters 16-17 of Gallian.
Recommended practice questions: Chapter 16 of Gallian, exercises
17, 21, 26, 27, 43
Chapter 17 o
103B - Homework 2 Solutions - Roman Kitsela
Exercise 1. Q20
Proof. : Z10 Z20 is determined completely by where it sends 1, meaning that if you know what (1) is you know what (a) is for any a. For
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Solutions, Algebra hw, Week 3 by Bracket
3.4. Prove that in any group, an element and its inverse have the same order. Let g be an element in some group G. Suppose that g has nite order n, so g n = e.
103B - Homework 1 Solutions - Roman Kitsela
Exercise 1. Q6
Proof. We need to determine whether cfw_ n : n Z is a group under addition.
When I see this questions I immediately notice that the set cfw_
MATH 103B Homework 2 - Solutions
Due April 12, 2013
Version April 12, 2013
Assigned reading: Chapters 12-13 of Gallian.
Recommended practice questions: Chapter 12 of Gallian, exercises
30, 31, 32, 33
Math 103B
Final Exam (100 points)
Friday 6/13/2008
Please put your name and ID number on your blue book.
CLOSED BOOK, but BOTH SIDES of two pages of notes are allowed.
Calculators are NOT allowed.
In
Math 103B
Partial Solutions
Friday 6/13/2008
1. (a) Suppose ap 6= 0 and (ap)(bp) = 0. Then pq | (ap)(bp). Since gcd(p, q) = 1, q | ab.
Since q is prime, q | b and so bp = 0.
(b) It suffices to show th
MATH 103B Homework 8 - Solutions
Due June 7, 2013
Version June 8, 2013
Assigned reading: Chapters 18, 20 of Gallian.
Recommended practice questions: Chapter 20 of Gallian, exercises
3, 5, 8, 9, 10, 21
MATH 103B Homework 7
Due May 31, 2013
Version May 31, 2013
Assigned reading: Chapters 18, 19, 20 of Gallian.
Assigned questions to hand in:
(1) (Gallian Chapter 18 #2) In an integral domain, show that
MATH 103B Homework 6 - Solutions
Due May 17, 2013
Version May 18, 2013
Assigned reading: Chapter 17 of Gallian.
Recommended practice questions: Chapter 17 of Gallian, exercises
27, 28, 35
Supplementar
MATH 103B Homework 1 - Solutions
Due April 5, 2013
Version April 3, 2013
Assigned reading: Chapter 12 of Gallian.
Recommended practice questions: Chapter 12 of Gallian, exercises
1, 2, 4, 7, 15, 23, 2
MATH 103B Homework 4 - Solutions
Due May 3, 2013
(1) (Gallian Chapter 15 # 2) Prove Theorem 15.2: Let be a ring homomorphism from a
ring R to a ring S. Then Ker, dened as r R : r 0 is an ideal of R.
S
MATH 103B Homework 3
Due April 19, 2013
Version April 15, 2013
Recommended practice questions: Chapter 13 of Gallian, exercises
35, 45, 47, 49, 51, 62, 63
Chapter 14 of Gallian, exercises
8, 9, 12, 13
Solutions, Algebra hw, Week 2 by Bracket
0.6. For drivers license numbers issued in New York prior to September of 1992, the three digits preceding the last two of the number of a male with birth mont
So fg = 0 function.
The rationals are a field as stated in a).
Define g to be non-0 at x0 but 0 everywhere else. Then fg=0.
and 6 is the smallest n such that n.a=0.
If a and b are in F*, then ab can't
Math 103B
Final Exam Solutions
23 March 2006
1. Since it is a splitting eld, the extension is Galois, so we can use the fundamental theorem of Galois theory for (a)(c). (a) The degree of the extens
Math 103B
First Hour Exam (40 points)
1 February 2006
Please put your name and ID number on your blue book. The exam is CLOSED BOOK except for one page of notes. Calculators are NOT allowed.
Math 103B
First Hour Exam Solutions
1 February 2006
1. (a) Since x2 = 1 in R, there are just four elements: A, 1 + A, x + A and x + 1 + A, where A = x2 + 1 >. (b) We can exhibit zero divisors: (x +
Math 103B
Second Hour Exam (50 points)
8 March 2006
Please put your name and ID number on your blue book. The exam is CLOSED BOOK except for two pages of notes. Calculators are NOT allowed. I
Math 103B
Second Hour Exam Solutions
8 March 2006
1. 1 2x since (1 + 2x)(1 2x) = 1 4x2 = 1 in Z4 [x]. 2. Five, since by looking at 01000101 we see 5 dierences. Calling the desired word 11110011
Math 103B
Final Exam (80 points)
23 March 2006
Please put your name and ID number on your blue book. The exam is CLOSED BOOK except for both sides of two sheets of notes. Calculators are NOT
Math 103B
Midterm Exam (50 points)
Friday 5/4/2007
Please put your name and ID number on your blue book. CLOSED BOOK, but BOTH SIDES of one page of notes are allowed. Calculators are NOT allo
Math 103B 1. True: (a) (c) (d) (e)
Solutions False: (b) (f)
Friday 5/4/2007
2. If t > 2, +1 and 1 are zeroes of x2 1 in integerst . Thus we have at least the eight zeroes obtained by the eight pos
Applied Algebra Lecture 1
Audrey Terras
Math. Dept., U.C.S.D., San Diego, Ca 92093-0112 email: [email protected] web: http:/math.ucsd.edu/~aterras/ March 28, 2010
The Integers
The set of integers is Z