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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by Donna M. Wacha - Bookboon
Written by an experienced mathematics teacher, this e-book is presented in tutorial fashion as if a tutor was sitting next to you ... talking you through the examples. All you need to do is turn to whatever presentation you wish ...
by Oliver Lodge - The Macmillan Company
Arithmetic and algebra for general readers, being an elementary treatise addressed to teachers, parents, self-taught students and adults. It is not exactly a book for children, though I hope that elder children will take a lively interest in it.
by Alain Schremmer
Reasonable Basic Algebra (RBA) is a course of study developed to allow a significantly higher percentage of students to complete Differential Calculus in three semesters. It may serve in a similar manner students with different goals.
by Roy McWeeny - Learning Development Institute
This book is written in simple English. Its subject 'Number and symbols' is basic to the whole of science. The aim the book is to open the door into Mathematics, ready for going on into Physics, Chemistry, and the other Sciences.