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November 11th, 2007, 11:37 AM   #1
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Do you need Linear Alg. for Modern Alg?

Hey guys, I just registered for my classes for next semester and I am taking both Linear Algebra and Modern Algebra. After a long talk with my advisor, he convinced me that taking them both together is doable. I did need to get departmental clearance to take them both together, but I am just wondering if this is a wise decision? How much Linear Algebra is needed for Modern Algebra? Thanks.
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November 12th, 2007, 01:09 AM   #2
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No worry, you'll be able to follow modern algebra and linear algebra classes at the same time (provided that the modern algebra class starts from the scratch; very often, it assumes you already know the basic notions of group/ring/field theory, but maybe this is not the case for your class).
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As far as I know the course will start from scratch because I know currently nothing of the subject, so your reply is reassuring. Thanks!
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