## Abstract Algebra Crash Course

20th session

We'll take a brief look at one of the first courses you will take in university if you would like to become a math major. We will begin with the fundamentals—learning some basic set theory, working with complex numbers, and setting the definitions of rings and fields. Then we'll prove some intuitive things that we know about number theory and modular arithmetic (i.e. working with remainders). From there we will generalize our methods to other areas, such as doing "number theory" and "modular arithmetic" with polynomials and much more!
No calculus knowledge is necessary for this series; however, high-school Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 are necessary.
BTW do you know that this series would be called "Algebra 1" in university?? 😂😜
(Note: This series has been recently restarted, so if you're looking to join us, you are still in a good position to do so!)