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The book was one of the first textbooks to use an abstract axiomatic approach to groups, rings, and fields, and was by far the most successful, becoming the standard reference for graduate algebra for several decades. It "had a tremendous impact, and is widely considered to be the major text on algebra in the twentieth century."[1]

For volume 1, the first German edition was published in 1930, the second in 1937 (with the axiom of choice removed), the third in 1951 (with the axiom of choice reinstated, and with more on valuations).[4] The fourth edition appeared in 1955 (with the title changed to Algebra), the fifth in 1960, the sixth in 1964, the seventh in 1966, the eighth in 1971, the ninth in 1993. For volume 2, the first edition was published in 1931, the second in 1940, the third in 1955 (with the title changed to Algebra), the fourth in 1959 (extensively rewritten, with elimination theory replaced by algebraic functions of 1 variable),[5] the fifth in 1967, and the sixth in 1993. The German editions were all published by Springer.

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The same reorganisation, away from long calculations and towards conceptual thinking, which Noether had inspired in algebra, was carried through in many other fields of maths in the decades that followed, especially by a group of French mathematicians influenced by the time that one of them, André Weil, had spent in Göttingen working with Noether.

Emmy Noether revolutionised the way mathematicians think of algebra, and helped revolutionise the way mathematicians think of many other fields, too. She was to algebra what Einstein was to physics, or Watson and Crick to biology.

The conceptual, broad-picture, stand-back-from-the-details approach she developed in algebra was learned in Göttingen. Back in 1872 Felix Klein had published a manifesto, the Erlangen programme, proposing that the details of different sorts of geometry could and should be brought into a systematic overview in terms of group theory (about which Marcus du Sautoy spoke at CoLA last year).

2018 Fall Semester UVM: College Algebra Sets, relations, functions with particular attention to properties of algebraic, exponential, logarithmic functions, their graphs and applications in preparation for MATH 019. May not be taken for credit concurrently with, or following receipt of, credit for any mathematics course numbered MATH 019 or above. Pre/co-requisites: Two years of secondary school algebra; one year of secondary school geometry. 2b1af7f3a8