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You can use \( \KaTeX \)
to typeset formulas inline \( e^{2\pi\cdot\sqrt{-1}} \) by typing
`\( e^{2\pi\cdot\sqrt{-1}} \)`

or as a displayed equation $$\int_{\mathbb R} e^{-x^2}$$
by typing `$$\int_{\mathbb R} e^{-x^2}$$`

in the HTML.

The amount of \( \LaTeX \) implemented by \( \KaTeX \) is documented here.

We use Bootstrap to help in the typesetting, especially the device independent (Desktop, Laptop, Tablet, Mobile) typesetting, of HTML. Have a look at the documentation.

Algebra I: the first two chapters of this lecture summary (in German) or a similar introduction to the basic concepts of ring theory.

- Official summary - preliminary version, chapters 1-3
- Official summary - preliminary version, chapters 1-5

The new exercises will be posted here on Fridays. We expect you to look at the problems over the weekend and to prepare questions for the exercise class on Monday.

Please hand in your solutions by the following Friday at 12:00 in your assistant's box in HG J68. Your solutions will usually be corrected and returned in the following exercise class or, if not collected, returned to the box in HG J68.

exercise sheet | due by | solutions |
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Exercise sheet 1 | September 30 | Solutions 1 |

Exercise sheet 2 | October 7 |

time | room | assistant | language |
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- Algebraic Geometry and Commutative Algebra by S. Bosch (Springer 2013)
- "Commutative ring theory" by H.Matsumura (Cambridge University Press 1989)