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From Drorbn

Core Algebra I
Department of Mathematics, University of Toronto, Fall 2011
Agenda: Groups, rings, modules.
Course Highlights: We'll solve the Rubik's cube! We'll understand many groups of small order! We'll understand "Modules over PIDs"!
Instructor: Dror BarNatan, drorbn@math.toronto.edu, Bahen 6178, 4169465438. Office hours: Wednesdays 10:3011:30 at Bahen 6178 (on teaching weeks), or, if truly impossible, by appointment.
Classes: Tuesdays 1012 and Thursdays 1011 in Bahen 6183.
Teaching Assistant: Stephen Morgan, stephen.morgan@utoronto.ca. 
Texts
Lang's Algebra, Selick's lecture notes for this class, Dummit and Foote's Abstract Algebra, Hungerford's Abstract Algebra.
Further Resources
 Graduate Studies at the UofT Math Department. In particular, Graduate Course Descriptions.
 My 111100 notebook.
 My 2010 Class.
 Paul Selick's 2007 class (Errata).
 Some (mostly complete) notes from last year's class: 101100Notes.
 Some blackboard shots start at BBS/11_1100111024110239.jpg.
Dror's notes above / Student's notes below 
 Student solutions to homework problems: 111100/Homework Solutions.
 Student notes from class: 111100/Notes.
 Very cool video explaining how to visualize some concepts in group theory (User:jmracek): [1]
 Summary of the course (User: Lp.thibault): Summary of the course.
 Read Along on material covering Modules (Dummit Foote and Lang): User:Vanessa.foster
 A rough and ready Perl script for Computing GCDs over the Gaussian Integers. (I provide no proof of correctness, all faults are my own, etc.  User:pgadey)
 Some Media:study_notes.pdf summarizing the proofs we did in class pertaining to rings (jmracek)
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