5 edition of **Introduction to Abstract Algebra (The Random House/Birkhauser Mathematics Series)** found in the catalog.

Introduction to Abstract Algebra (The Random House/Birkhauser Mathematics Series)

E.A. Y WALKER

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Published
**June 9, 1988** by Random House USA Inc .

Written in English

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Open Library | OL7456535M |

ISBN 10 | 039435611X |

ISBN 10 | 9780394356112 |

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