abstract algebra

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abstract algebra

[′abz·trakt ′al·jə·brə]
(mathematics)
The study of mathematical systems consisting of a set of elements, one or more binary operations by which two elements may be combined to yield a third, and several rules (axioms) for the interaction of the elements and the operations; includes group theory, ring theory, and number theory.