By P. M. Cohn

ISBN-10: 047192234X

ISBN-13: 9780471922346

The most emphasis of this revised algebra textbook is on fields, earrings and modules. The textual content contains new chapters at the consultant concept of finite teams, coding idea and algebraic language conception. units, lattices, different types and graphs are brought at first of the textual content. The textual content, which has been rewritten with the purpose of creating the topic more straightforward to know, includes simplified proofs and lots of new illustrations and workouts.

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Hence x (ix) whose members are at once men will represent the and not men. Now the formal product of the expressions of two classes re that class of individuals which is common to them presents both. Hence x (ix) will represent the class whose members men and are at once not men, and the latter equation thus express the principle, that a class whose mem bers are at the same time men and not men does not exist. In other words, that it same time a be at the is impossible for the same individual to man and not a man.

66. In the ordinary Algebra \ \ means one-half of a , The one operation is formally dependent on the other. But we have shown, Art. 61, that in the Algebra of Quality third or one-third of a half. is does not mean one-half of a third or a third of a half, and can be considered to be equivalent to such an expres sion only when the characters are really independent of Thus the Algebra of Quality is more general one another. than the Algebra of Quantity. 67. Suppose that we consider the Then an example of ax Mammalia.

Consider, as before, a collection of cubes, Art. 48 ; but we shall now suppose that we have a great number. As before, let x denote having a dot, and y having a dash. * Let x separate to the left hand (fig. 2) ; and then let y separate to the bottom. The I FIG. 2. operation xy is a consequence, being the separation of the cubes, which both have a dot and also have a dash. The Signs x and 61. When when each x andjy the symbols refers to 21 -r- are independent that is, U simply the compound symbol xy U a definite arithmetical value.

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