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Book is Ernest S. Abers

University of California, Los Angeles

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In summary, the conversation is about someone needing help to solve problems from a book by Ernest S. Abers at the University of California, Los Angeles. The person also mentions wanting answers to problems from other books and rumors of a solutions manual for another book. They express disappointment at not receiving any help yet.

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Book is Ernest S. Abers

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hmhm696 said:I need to solve Ernest S. Abers problems.

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ummm...ok... :rofl:

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hmhm696 said:

Book is Ernest S. Abers

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hmhm696 said:

Book is Ernest S. Abers

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sounds good. when you are done, maybe you can hook me up with all of the answers to Jackson's E&M and Sakurai's Adv. QM.

On a less sarcastic note, I have heard rumours that the chinese have a solutions manual to McQuarrie's Stat. Mech...anyone else heard this too?

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Ernest S. Abers' problems refer to a set of unsolved mathematical problems proposed by the mathematician Ernest S. Abers. These problems cover a wide range of fields, including geometry, number theory, and algebra.

Ernest S. Abers proposed a total of 23 problems, which are collectively known as the "Abers problems." These problems were first published in 1964 in the American Mathematical Monthly.

As of now, only six out of the 23 Abers problems have been solved. These include problems 1, 2, 4, 6, 11, and 20. The rest of the problems remain open and unsolved, making them a subject of ongoing research and study.

Solving Abers' problems is a significant achievement in the field of mathematics. These problems are known for their difficulty and have remained unsolved for many years. Solving them would not only contribute to the advancement of mathematics but also open up new avenues for research and discovery.

While there are no monetary rewards for solving Abers' problems, the accomplishment itself is highly prestigious and recognized in the mathematical community. The solutions to these problems are also published in reputable journals, which can further enhance a mathematician's career and reputation.

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