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1. A guide to groups, rings, and fields [2012]
 Gouvêa, Fernando Q. (Fernando Quadros)
 Washington, DC : Mathematical Association of America, [2012]
 Description
 Book — xvii, 309 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
 Summary

 Preface A guide to this guide
 1. Algebra: classical, modern, and ultramodern
 2. Categories
 3. Algebraic structures
 4. Groups and their representations
 5. Rings and modules
 6. Fields and skew fields Bibliography Index of notations Index.
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2. A guide to groups, rings, and fields [2012]
 Gouvêa, Fernando Q. (Fernando Quadros), author.
 Washington, DC : Mathematical Association of America, 2012.
 Description
 Book — 1 online resource (xvii, 309 pages).
 Summary

 Preface A guide to this guide
 1. Algebra: classical, modern, and ultramodern
 2. Categories
 3. Algebraic structures
 4. Groups and their representations
 5. Rings and modules
 6. Fields and skew fields Bibliography Index of notations Index.
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3. padic numbers : an introduction [1997]
 Gouvêa, Fernando Q. (Fernando Quadros)
 2nd ed.  Berlin ; New York : Springer, c1997.
 Description
 Book — vi, 298 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
 Summary

 Aperitif. Foundations. padic Numbers. Elementary Analysis in Qp. Vector Spaces and Field Extensions. Analysis in Cp. Hints and Comments on the Problems. A Brief Glance at the Literature.
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QA241 .G64 1997  Unknown 
 Gouvêa, Fernando Q. (Fernando Quadros)
 Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1995.
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 Book — xi, 169 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
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 1. Twisted Jacobi sums
 2. Cohomology groups of n=nnm(c)
 3. Twisted Fermat motives
 4. The inductive structure and the Hodge and Newton polygons
 5. Twisting and the Picard numbers n=nmn(c)
 6. Brauer numbers associated to twisted Jacobi sums
 7. Evaluating the polynomials Q(n, T) at T=qr
 8. The LichtenbaumMilne conjecture for n=nnm(c)
 9. Observations and open problems.
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QA641 .G67 1995  Available 
 Gouvêa, Fernando Q. (Fernando Quadros)
 Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1995.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xi, 169 pages) : illustrations.
 Summary

 1. Twisted Jacobi sums
 2. Cohomology groups of n=nnm(c)
 3. Twisted Fermat motives
 4. The inductive structure and the Hodge and Newton polygons
 5. Twisting and the Picard numbers n=nmn(c)
 6. Brauer numbers associated to twisted Jacobi sums
 7. Evaluating the polynomials Q(n, T) at T=qr
 8. The LichtenbaumMilne conjecture for n=nnm(c)
 9. Observations and open problems.
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6. Padic numbers : an introduction [1993]
 Gouvêa, Fernando Q. (Fernando Quadros)
 Berlin ; New York : SpringerVerlag, [1993]
 Description
 Book — 1 online resource (vi, 282 pages) : illustrations.
 Summary

 1 Apéritif
 2 Foundations
 3 padic Numbers
 4 Elementary Analysis in? p
 5 Vector Spaces and Field Extensions
 6 Analysis in? p
 A Hints and Comments on the Problems
 B A Brief Glance at the Literature
 B.1 Texts
 B.2 Software
 B.3 Other books.
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 Berlinghoff, William P.
 Farmington, Me. : Oxton House Publishers, c2002.
 Description
 Book — viii, 216 p. : ill ; 23 cm.
 Summary

 [pt. 1]. History in the mathematics classroom
 [pt. 2]. The history of mathematics in a large nutshell
 Beginnings
 Greek mathematics
 Meanwhile, in India
 Arabic mathematics
 Medieval Europe
 The 15th and 16th centuries
 Algebra comes of age
 Calculus and applied mathematics
 Rigor and professionalism
 Abstraction, computers, and new applications
 Mathematics today
 [pt. 3]. Sketches
 1. Keeping count : writing whole numbers
 2. Reading and writing arithmetic : where the symbols come from
 3. Nothing becomes a number : the story of zero
 4. Broken numbers : writing fractions
 5. Something less than nothing : negative numbers
 6. By tens and tenths : metric measurement
 7. Measuring the circle : the story of [pi]
 8. The Cossic art : writing algebra with symbols
 9. Linear thinking : solving first degree equations
 10. A square and things : quadratic equations
 11. Intrigue in Renaissance Italy : solving cubic equations
 12. A cheerful fact : the Pythagorean theorem
 13. A marvelous proof : Fermat's last theorem
 14. On beauty bare : Euclid's plane geometry
 15. In perfect shape : the platonic solids
 16. Shapes by the numbers : coordinate geometry
 17. Impossible, imaginary, useful : complex numbers
 18. Half is better : sine and cosine
 19. Strange new worlds : the nonEuclidean geometries
 20. In the eye of the beholder : projective geometry
 21. What's in a game : the start of probability theory
 22. Making sense of data : statistics becomes a science
 23. Machines that think : electronic computers
 24. The arithmetic of reasoning : logic and Boolean algebra
 25. Beyond counting : infinity and the theory of sets.
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QA21 .B47 2002  Unknown 
 Canadian Number Theory Association. Conference (3rd : 1991 : Queen's University)
 Oxford [England] : Clarendon Press ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1993.
 Description
 Book — xxiii, 534 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
 Summary

 Part 1 Plenary addresses: exotic values of Gfunctions, F. Beukers irregularities in the distribution of primes, John B. Friedlander the Dirichlet divisor problem, D.R. HeathBrown a motivated introduction to the Langlands Program, M. Ram Murty.
 Part 2 Analytic number theory: a formula for the Fourier coefficients of Maass cusp forms, Henryk Iwaniec the additive divisor problem and exponential sums, M. Julita distribution of small powers of a primitive root, Hugh L. Montgomery.
 Part 3 Arithmetical algebraic geometry: the Tate conjecture for almost ordinary abelian varieties over finite fields, Hendrik W. Lenstra Jr and Yuri G. Zarhin the notion of a Shimura variety, V. Kumar Murty Galois action on the nilpotent completion of the fundamental group of an algebraic curve, Takayuki Oda arithmetic of subvarieties of abelian and semiabelian varieties projection from an algebraic quadratic form to rational quadratic forms, Harvey Cohn.
 Part 4 Diophantine approximation: linear recurrance relations for some generalized Pison sequences, David W. Boyd algebraic independence of Drinfield exponential an dquasiperiodic functions, W. Dale Brownawell estimates for discriminants and resultants of binary forms, JanHendrik Evertse a note on Thue's inequality with a few coefficients, Julia Mueller KNombres de Pisot et de Salem, M.J. Bertin cubic inequalitites of additive type, J. Brudern and R.J. Cook.
 Part 5 Session in honour of Paulo Ribenboim: Paulo Ribenboim, at the time of his retirement, Andrew Granville the KummerWieferichSkula approach to the first case of Fermat's last theorem, Andrew Granville class groups of exponent two in real quadratic fields, S. Louboutin, et al Poincare polynomials, stabilty indices and number of ordering I, J. Minac. Part of contents.
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