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Important Topics Abstract Algebra Ring Theory Ring Ring of Polynomial Ring of Matrices et.c.. " Integral Domain Ideal Maximal Ideal - Prime Ideal - Quotient Ring

Important Topics Abstract Algebra Euclidean Domain (ED) Principal Ideal Domain (PID) Unique Factorization Domain (UFD)

Important Topics Abstract Algebra Reducibility Irreducibility Elements and Polynomial Different Criterion's Field (Finite/Infinite)

Important Topics Abstract Algebra Ring Homomorphism Fundamental Theorem of Ring Homomorphism " Nilpotent Element Idempotent Element Counting of Ring Homomorphism Don't Underestimate the Theorem/Result, Which Count Something

Important Topics Abstract Algebra Some Important Rings " Ring of Integer " Ring of Polynomial Commutative Ring Non-Commutative Ring Ring of Gaussian Integer Finite Ring/ Infinite Ring Ring with Unity Ring Without Unity " " " *

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Rahul Mastan Rao Yerrapothu

3 years ago

sir u said borneo is the third largest island.. then where does australia come??

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Ujjawal Km Yadav

3 years ago

Australia is landmass and it come in 4 place

Ujjawal Km Yadav

3 years ago

continental landmasses are not included in island

Rajesh Kumar

3 years ago

Although Australia is sometimes called an “island continent,” most geographers consider islands and continents to be separate things. According to Britannica, an island is a mass of land that is both “entirely surrounded by water” and also “smaller than a continent.” By that definition, Australia can’t be an island because it’s already a continent.

Ujjawal Km Yadav

3 years ago

Yes

Atika Qureshi

3 years ago

Australia is both the world's largest island and the world's smallest continent.