**First Year Mathematics**

by George W. Evans, John A. Marsh

**Publisher**: Charles E. Merrill company 1916**ISBN/ASIN**: B01E3DNW36**Number of pages**: 268

**Description**:

This book is the result of twenty years of patient experiment in actual teaching. It is intended to be completed in the first year of the high school. It presents algebraic equations primarily as a device for the solution of problems stated in words, and gives a complete treatment of numerical equations such as are usually included in high-school algebra...

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