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Discourses on Algebra

Originaltitel: Izbrannye Glavy Algebry: Uchebnoe Posobie dl…
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Titel: Discourses on Algebra
Autor/en: Igor R. Shafarevich

ISBN: 3540422536
EAN: 9783540422532
Originaltitel: Izbrannye Glavy Algebry: Uchebnoe Posobie dlya shkol'nikov (Zhurnal "Matematicheskoe Obrazovanie").
Auflage 2003.
Sprache: Englisch.
Springer Berlin Heidelberg

19. September 2002 - kartoniert - 292 Seiten

Using various examples this monograph shows that algebra is one of the most beautiful forms of mathematics. In doing so, it explains the basics of algebra, number theory, set theory and probability. The text presupposes very limited knowledge of mathematics, making it an ideal read for anybody new to the subject. The author, I.R. Shafarevich, is well-known across the world as one of the most outstanding mathematicians of this century as well as one of the most respected mathematical writers.
1. Integers (Topic: Numbers).- 1. ?2 Is Not Rational.- 2. The Irrationality of Other Square Roots.- 3. Decomposition into Prime Factors.- 2. Simplest Properties of Polynomials (Topic: Polynomials).- 4. Roots and the Divisibility of Polynomials.- 5. Multiple Roots and the Derivative.- 6. Binomial Formula.- Supplement: Polynomials and Bernoulli Numbers.- 3. Finite Sets (Topic: Sets).- 7. Sets and Subsets.- 8. Combinatorics.- 9. Set Algebra.- 10. The Language of Probability.- Supplement: The Chebyshev Inequality.- 4. Prime Numbers (Topic: Numbers).- 11. The Number of Prime Numbers is Infinite.- 12. Euler's Proof That the Number of Prime Numbers is Infinite.- 13. Distribution of Prime Numbers.- Supplement: The Chebyshev Inequality for ?(n).- 5. Real Numbers and Polynomials (Topic: Numbers and Polynomials).- 14. Axioms of the Real Numbers.- 15. Limits and Infinite Sums.- 16. Representation of Real Numbers as Decimal Fractions.- 17. Real Roots of Polynomials.- Supplement: Sturm's Theorem.- 6. Infinite Sets (Topic: Sets).- 18. Equipotence.- 19. Continuum.- 20. Thin Sets.- Supplement: Normal Numbers.- 7. Power Series (Topic: Polynomials).- 21. Polynomials as Generating Functions.- 22. Power Series.- 23. Partitio Numerorum.- Supplement 1: The Euler Pentagon Theorem.- Supplement 2: Generating Function for Bernoulli Numbers.- Dates of Lives of Mathematicians Mentioned in the Text.
'From the reviews:"... What I found particularly attractive about this book are the historical notes, the references to many mathematicians and their work, as well as many original proofs included. In closing: I think that any student and any teacher interested in a deeper study of elementary (and maybe not so elementry) study of such topics as sets, polynomials, and numbers should read (pencil in hand!) this book. It may be particulary valuable for future teachers. The book is very well written, and it has detailed proofs and many exercises. Above all, this book will be remembered for its beauty and elegance." ( M. Poplicher, Read This! The MAA Online book review column (for complete review see As the book progresses it becomes increasingly clear that the author has planned the development of ideas meticulously, not only so that he can constantly surprise the reader with the next turn of events, but also so that he can demonstrate unexpected links between results in algebra, number theory and probability. There are numerous ideas here for providing stimulating lessons for able pupils as well as for self-study, and the book would make a valuable addition to the school or department library." ( G. Leversha, The Mathematical Gazette, 88:511, 2004)"Since it happens so rarely, one must take notice when a great master of mathematics writes an elementary text. ... Shafarevich takes the subject much farther than any high school text. ... This book could form the basis for a great "transition to abstraction" course and should certainly have a role in programs training high school mathematics teachers. Summing up: Recommended. General readers; lower- and upper-division undergraduates; professionals." ( D.V. Feldman, Choice, June 2003)"... While written for students at the secondary level, the text goes quite thoroughly into foundational matters normally encountered at university ... This book is highly recommended for teenagers with a strong desire to study mathematics and for secondary teachers seeking to contextualize what is on the school syllabus and to appreciate what some of their students will meeet in university mathematics." ( Edward J. Barbeau, Zentralblatt für Mathematik 1004.00001)"Discourses on Algebra is an advanced elementary algebra book intended to supplement the content of algebra courses ... . All the sections in the book are followed by exercises intended to test both the understanding of the material presented and proved in the book, and the creativity and mathematical skills of the readers. ... The book is very well written, and it has detailed proofs and many exercises. Above all, this book will be remembered for its beauty and elegance." (Mihaela Poplicher, MAA Online, September, 2004)"In this introduction to algebra, the author aims to show that the subject is no less beautiful, elegant and logically coherent than Euclidean geometry. ... it should appeal to able students and undergraduates who are looking for a more sustained and challenging course in elementary algebra. ... There are numerous ideas here for providing stimulating lessons for able pupils as well as for self-study, and the book would make a valuable addition to the school or department library." (Gerry Leversha, The Mathematical Gazette, 88:511), 2004)"In this book, the author - a famous Russian algebraist - argues with examples that algebra is no less beautiful, elegant, and logically cohesive than geometry. It contains an exposition of some rudiments of algebra, number theory, set theory and probability presupposing very limited knowledge of mathematics." (Zentralblatt für Didaktik der Mathematik, June 2002)"In this book, 'the elements of algebra as a field of contemporary mathematics are laid out, based on material bordering the school program as closely as possible'. The author would like algebra to appeal to students in the way th

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