Online storage services seem like a must, especially if you’ve ever suffered from a local hard drive failure. These services will help you back up a number of items from your computers, so that you can access them from anywhere and in the event that a computer fails, you’ll have an offsite backup.
It’s winter and people still need to use their smartphones or tablets as much as ever. But buying a dedicated pair of touchscreen gloves could be an unnecessary expense. AnyGlove is a special solution that claims to make any glove touchscreen-compatible.
For some reason, our Algebra prof gave us 40 problems to solve. They are all in the first chapter and review comprehensively what I’ve learned in past algebra and algebraic structures classes. Still, 40 exercises, that’s a lot. Seeing as Hungerford’s book is pretty much a reference for graduate students in algebra, I was looking around for solutions to all of the problems since I am unsure if our prof will give us any or if he will give us hints.
I found Dr. James Wilson’s book on Hungerford’s problem sets. It’s available for free here. If it’ no longer there, you can launch a google search and you should find it easily enough.
Part of me almost wants to print it out. It’s 167 pages long. At any copy shop, it will cost about $3 to print that out. That’s including binding. That’s really cool. It will help me out quite a bit. Luckily, I’ve seen most of the subject matter before, so it shouldn’t be a problem. The prof mentioned that he’d take our midterm exam out of this problem set. Sounds good to me. Midterms are in week 9 and we’ve just finished week 3.