# Concepts of Modern Mathematics

# Concepts of Modern Mathematics

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- Author: Ian Stewart
- Full Title: Concepts of Modern Mathematics
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- This means, for example, that from the facts that 1 ≡ 8 and 3 ≡ 10 (mod 7) we can deduce that 1+3 = 4 is congruent to 8+10 = 18; and that 1×3 = 3 is congruent to 8×10 = 80. As a check, the differences 14 and 77 are both divisible by 7. (Location 657)
- 10 Boolean algebra is of some use in the design of logic circuits for computers (see e.g. Rutherford, Introduction to Lattice Theory, Oliver & Boyd, 1965, pp. 31—40, 58-74). Apart from its connection with set theory it has little relevance to the main body of mathematics. However, quite a deep theory exists. See P. R. Halmos, Lectures on Boolean Algebras, Van Nostrand, 1963. (Location 5542)

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# Concepts of Modern Mathematics

## Metadata

- Author: Ian Stewart
- Full Title: Concepts of Modern Mathematics
- Category: #books

## Highlights

- This means, for example, that from the facts that 1 ≡ 8 and 3 ≡ 10 (mod 7) we can deduce that 1+3 = 4 is congruent to 8+10 = 18; and that 1×3 = 3 is congruent to 8×10 = 80. As a check, the differences 14 and 77 are both divisible by 7. (Location 657)
- 10 Boolean algebra is of some use in the design of logic circuits for computers (see e.g. Rutherford, Introduction to Lattice Theory, Oliver & Boyd, 1965, pp. 31—40, 58-74). Apart from its connection with set theory it has little relevance to the main body of mathematics. However, quite a deep theory exists. See P. R. Halmos, Lectures on Boolean Algebras, Van Nostrand, 1963. (Location 5542)