Term: 1192 - 1192

Instructor: Landesman, Taylor

**Learn to work with symmetric, alternating and hermitian forms. **

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**Learn the basics of commutative algebra: including ideals, localization, polynomials, factorization and the noetherian property.**

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**Appreciate the power of abstraction: learn to think in terms of universal properties and use techniques of homological algebra. **

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**Learn to work with tensor products, exterior powers and determinants; and to make use of the Cayley-Hamilton theorem.**

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**Learn to employ the structure theorem for modules over a PID to solve problems in linear algebra. **

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