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A Problem Book in Algebra
Krechmar, V A

 


  ISBN : 978-1-78183-111-3 
Price : 40
Pub. Date :
2017
Edition :
1st
Format  : Hardback   
Extent  :
442 Pages
 
 
KEY FEATURES:


  • Language used is lucid and simple
  • Each chapter has concepts and formulae followed by exercises
  • The problem set is well-graded containing different problems in various fields of Algebra to hone students? skills
  • Solutions to given problems are provided to support the learning.


ABOUT THE BOOK:


The matter is presented in a manner which is well within capacity of undergraduate students to understand. The book is divided into ten chapters, each containing brief explanations of concepts and formulae relevant for the problem set that follows. Moreover, the hints and solutions given for each question have very student-friendly features that will help students in their efforts to study the subject independently and also make self-evaluation prior to examinations.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S):


V A Krechmar was a great mathematician in USSR during 20th century. He had keen interest to impart mathematical skills in students. For this end, he wrote many books on mathematics that were rich in questions to give good practice to students. His original writings were in Russian that were translated in English.



CONTENTS:


Problems

  • Whole Rational Expressions
  • Rational Fractions
  • Radicals, Inverse Trigonometric Functions, Logarithms
  • Equations and Systems of Equations of the First Degree
  • Equations and Systems of Equations of the Second Degree
  • Complex Numbers and Polynomials
  • Progressions and Sums
  • Inequalities
  • Mathematical Induction
  • Limits
Solutions
  • Whole Rational Expressions
  • Rational Fractions
  • Radicals, Inverse Trigonometric Functions, Logarithms
  • Equations and Systems of Equations of the First Degree
  • Equations and Systems of Equations of the Second Degree
  • Complex Numbers and Polynomials
  • Progressions and Sums
  • Inequalities
  • Mathematical Induction
  • Limits

READERSHIP:

  • Undergraduate and graduate students and teachers of Mathematics
  • University and college libraries.

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