By Stewart I. A. (Ed)

A textbook for upper-level undergraduate scholars of arithmetic, first released in 1972 and revised in 1988. The 3rd version is revised to account for adjustments, now not within the arithmetic, yet in undergraduate schooling, and so starts off with polynomials over the complicated numbers, and explains whilst such polynomials have options that may be expressed by means of radicals.

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