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Most students expect to work with the traditional number system in their math class, but Abstract Algebra changes the mathematics paradigm students are accustomed to by introducing algebraic expressions that do not necessarily involve it. Instead, the field studies the properties of various sets in an effort to create general theorems that may be applied to other branches of mathematics or science. If you are having a difficult time in this course, Varsity Tutors can set you up with a professional Abstract Algebra tutor who can help you work toward your academic potential.

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Associative Algebra

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