Solutions to exercises from *Abstract Algebra* by Dummit & Foote. (Not all links are active.)

- Chapter 0: Preliminaries
- Chapter 1: Introduction to Groups
- Chapter 2: Subgroups
- Chapter 3: Quotient Groups and Homomorphisms
- Chapter 4: Group Actions
- Chapter 5: Direct and Semidirect Products and Abelian Groups
- Chapter 6: Further Topics in Group Theory
- Chapter 7: Introduction to Rings
- Chapter 8: Euclidean Domains, Principal Ideal Domains, and Unique Factorization Domains
- Chapter 9: Polynomial Rings
- Chapter 10: Introduction to Module Theory
- Chapter 11: Vector Spaces
- Chapter 12: Modules over Principal Ideal Domains
- Chapter 13: Field Theory
- Chapter 14: Galois Theory
- Chapter 15: Commutative Rings and Algebraic Geometry
- Chapter 16: Artinian Rings, Discrete Valuation Rings, and Dedekind Domains
- Chapter 17: Introduction to Homological Algebra and Group Cohomology
- Chapter 18: Representation Theory and Character Theory
- Chapter 19: Examples and Applications of Character Theory
- Appendix I: Cartesian Products and Zorn’s Lemma
- Appendix II: Category Theory

## Solutions

**Chapter 0: Preliminaries****Chapter 1: Introduction to Groups**- §1.1: Basic Axioms and Examples
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- §1.2: Dihedral Groups
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- §1.3: Symmetric Groups
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- §1.4: Matrix Groups
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- §1.5: The Quaternion Group
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- §1.6: Homomorphisms and Isomorphisms
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- §1.7: Group Actions
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**Chapter 2: Subgroups**- §2.1: Definition and Examples
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- §2.2: Centralizers and Normalizers, Stabilizers and Kernels
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- §2.3: Cyclic Groups and Cyclic Subgroups
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- §2.4: Subgroups Generated by Subsets of a Group
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- §2.5: The Lattice of Subgroups of a Group
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**Chapter 3: Quotient Groups and Homomorphisms**- §3.1: Definitions and Examples
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- §3.2: More on Cosets and Lagrange’s Theorem
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- §3.3: The Isomorphism Theorems
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- §3.4: Composition Series and the Hölder Program
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- §3.5: Transpositions and the Alternating Group
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**Chapter 4: Group Actions**- §4.1: Group Actions and Permutation Representations
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- §4.2: Groups Acting on Themselves by Left Multiplication – Cayley’s Theorem
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- §4.3: Groups Acting on Themselves by Conjugation – The Class Equation
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- §4.4: Automorphisms
- §4.5: The Sylow Theorems
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- §4.6: The Simplicity of
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**Chapter 5: Direct and Semidirect Products and Abelian Groups**- §5.1: Direct Products
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- §5.2: The Fundamental Theorem of Finitely Generated Abelian Groups
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- §5.3: Table of Groups of Small Order
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- §5.4: Recognizing Direct Products
- §5.5: Semidirect Products
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**Chapter 6: Further Topics in Group Theory**- §6.1: p-Groups, Nilpotent Groups, and Solvable Groups
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- §6.2: Applications in Groups of Medium Order
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- §6.3: A Word on Free Groups
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**Chapter 7: Introduction to Rings**- §7.1: Basic Definitions and Examples
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- §7.2: Examples: Polynomial Rings, Matrix Rings, and Group Rings
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- §7.3: Ring Homomorphisms and Quotient Rings
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- §7.4: Properties of Ideals
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- §7.5: Rings of Fractions
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- §7.6: The Chinese Remainder Theorem
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**Chapter 8: Euclidean Domains, Principal Ideal Domains, and Unique Factorization Domains****Chapter 9: Polynomial Rings**- §9.1: Definitions and Basic Properties
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- §9.2: Polynomial Rings over Fields I
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- §9.3: Polynomial Rings that are Unique Factorization Domains
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- §9.4: Irreducibility Criteria
- §9.5: Polynomial Rings over Fields II
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- §9.6: Polynomials in Several Variables over a Field and Gröbner Bases
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**Chapter 10: Introduction to Module Theory**- §10.1: Basic Definitions and Examples
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- §10.2: Quotient Modules and Module Homomorphisms
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- §10.3: Generation of Modules, Direct Sums, and Free Modules
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- §10.4: Tensor Products of Modules
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- §10.5: Exact Sequences – Projective, Injective, and Flat Modules
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**Chapter 11: Vector Spaces**- §11.1: Definitions and Basic Theory
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- §11.2: The Matrix of a Linear Transformation
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- §11.3: Dual Vector Spaces
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- §11.4: Determinants
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- §11.5: Tensor Algebras, Symmetric and Exterior Algebras
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**Chapter 12: Modules over Principal Ideal Domains**- §12.1: The Basic Theory
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- §12.2: The Rational Canonical Form
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- §12.3: The Jordan Canonical Form
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**Chapter 13: Field Theory**- §13.1: Basic Theory of Field Extensions
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- §13.2: Algebraic Extensions
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- §13.3: Classical Straightedge and Compass Constructions
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- §13.4: Splitting Fields and Algebraic Closures
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- §13.5: Separable and Inseparabel Extensions
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- §13.6: Cyclotomic Polynomials and Extensions
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**Chapter 14: Galois Theory**- §14.1: Basic Definitions
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- §14.2: The Fundamental Theorem of Galois Theory
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- §14.3: Finite Fields
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- §14.4: Composite Extensions and Simple Extensions
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- §14.5: Cyclotomic Extensions and Abelian Extensions over
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- §14.6: Galois Groups of Polynomials
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- §14.7: Solvable and Radical Extensions: Insolvability of the Quintic
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- §14.8: Computation of Galois Groups over
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- §14.9: Transcendental Extensions, Inseparable Extensions, Infinite Galois Groups
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**Chapter 15: Commutative Rings and Algebraic Geometry**- §15.1: Noetherian Rings and Affine Algebraic Sets
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- §15.4: Localization
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- §15.5: The Prime Spectrum of a Ring
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**Chapter 16: Artinian Rings, Discrete Valuation Rings, and Dedekind Domains**- §16.1: Artinian Rings
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- §16.2: Discrete Valuation Rings
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- §16.3: Dedekind Domains
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**Chapter 17:Introduction to Homological Algebra and Group Cohomology**- §17.1: Introduction to Homological Algebra – Ext and Tor
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- §17.2: The Cohomology of Groups
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- §17.4: Group Extensions, Factor Sets, and
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**Chapter 18: Representation Theory and Character Theory**- §18.1: Linear Actions and Modules over Group Rings
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- §18.2: Wedderburn’s Theorem and Some Consequences
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**Chapter 19: Examples and Applications of Character Theory**- §19.1: Characters of Groups of Small Order
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- §19.2: Theorems of Burnside and Hall
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- §19.3: Introduction to the Theory of Induced Characters
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**Appendix I: Cartesian Products and Zorn’s Lemma****Appendix II: Category Theory**

## Comments

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I would like you to help me understand these exercises thanks.

questions

– If a ring has zero divisors I can enlarge to a field F

– If two entire domains D1 and D2 are isomorphic, fields of quotients

are also isomorphic.

– If fi is an isomorphism of fields F1 F2 —– yu units belonging to F1 then the image of u belongs to the units of F2

If fi is an isomorphism of fields F1—— F2 and u belongs units to F1 then the image of u belongs to the units of F2

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Peter

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Looking forward to some posts on Homology!

Peter

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Hi, the links for Sec.12.3 is missing. Could you please fix that so I can learn from it.

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the link for sec12.3 is missing. I can not find any solutions. could you please put them on there.

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Can i get solutions of Dummit and Foote in pdf or in word form???

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