Algebra for Beginners
by James Loudon
Publisher: Copp, Clark & Co 1876
Number of pages: 172
Contents: Addition; Subtraction; The use of Double Signs and Brackets; Multiplication; Division; Simple Equations; Particular results in Multiplication and Division; Involution and Evolution; The Highest Common Measure; The Lowest Common Multiple; Fractions; Quadratic Equations; Simultaneous Equations; Exponential Notation; etc.
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