These online notes are intended for students who are working through the textbook Abstract Algebra. The notes are focused on solved problems, and will help students learn how to do proofs as well as computations. There are also some "lab" questions on groups, based on a Java applet Groups15 written by John Wavrik of UCSD. The pages are in html format, optimized for Netscape: symbols, subscripts and superscripts have better placement in most versions of Netscape than in Explorer.

To work through the problems and related pages, click on the


© 2000 by John A. Beachy and William D. Blair.

If you would like a printed copy of the solved problems, rather than printing the html pages you should download and print one of these supplements, which are typeset using LaTex and are available in pdf format.

Abstract Algebra: A Study Guide for Beginners

Abstract Algebra: Review Problems on Groups and Galois Theory
We're still working on the study guide. As of June 2001, Chapters 1, 2, 3, 7 and 8 are the closest to final form.

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