Teach Yourself Algebra is a great introduction for learners having no prior experience with this ancient branch of mathematics. It acquaints readers with algebra and its basic components, such as equations, exponents, and indices. Then, using many examples and exercises, it shows them how to solve equations of all kinds, including linear, simultaneous, and quadratic; determine simple sequences and progression; and plot graphical representations of quantities.
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Book Description Cass, 2003. Book Condition: New. Assuming only a basic level of arithmetic, this is an ideal introduction to algebra, whether you are completely new to the subject or need to brush up your skills before an exam. Bookseller Inventory # 222018
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