My life now revolves around reading algebra. This series of posts and probably the remaining posts for this blog will be titled “algebra life n”, where n is an element of the natural numbers {1, 2, 3, …}

I have nothing else good to do.

I am reading chapter 3 from the Judson textbook. I start from Chapter 3 because the MIT course said so, but I realise I have to backtrack to the previous chapters anyway to understand some concepts in chapter 3, like reviewing key concepts like **mathematical induction**, the **well-ordering principle**, and the **division algortihm**.

I’ve seen those mathematical concepts many times already, but it is not drilled into my head yet.

*Looking at problems recursively and inductively instead of explicitly often results in better understanding of complex issues.*

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