On 3/21/2013 2:54 PM, Jesse F. Hughes wrote: > Shmuel (Seymour J.) Metz <email@example.com> writes: > >>> An unfortunate example is Lang's Algebra, where everything is >>> obvious, easy and trivial. >> >> Assertion contrary to fact. > > I certainly recall Lang's Algebra as being chock-full of the terms > "obvious", "easy" and "trivial", and very often these proofs were not > easy for me. But I was young and ignorant back then, and I'm no > longer young. >
But the question will be this: Do you now agree with the assertions of "obvious", "easy", and "trivial" after having corrected those problems of youth?