Sources

This is a list of sources so I don't have to retype bibliographical information for every article (although I will have to copy and paste).

Sources
1. Clark, A. Elements of Abstract Algebra. New York: Dover, 1984 [orig. 1971].
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3. Humphreys, J.F., and M.Y. Prest. Numbers, groups, and codes. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1989 [1995 repr.].
4. Irving, R.S. Integers, Polynomials, and Rings. New York: Springer, 2004.
5. Kennedy, J. Some Polynomial Theorems. Course notes. Santa Monica CA: Mathematics Department, Santa Monica College, n.d. Retrieved from http://homepage.smc.edu/kennedy_john/POLYTHEOREMS.PDF on 23 August 2007.
6. Landin, J. An Introduction to Algebraic Structures. New York: Dover, 1989 [orig. 1969].
7. Meyer, A., and R. Nagpa. “Solutions to In-Class Problems—Week 1, Wed.” From class notes to “6.042J/18.062J, Fall ’02: Mathematics for Computer Science.” Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2002. http://ocw.mit.edu/.../cp1Wsol.pdf.
8. Oberste-Vorth, R.W., and A. Mouzakitis. Bridge to Abstract Mathematics. On-line publication, 2003. http://www.science.marshall.edu/lawrence/syllabi/bam.pdf.
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