by James W. Brennan
Number of pages: 106
A brief overview of pre-algebra and introductory algebra topics, written in a style meant to give you the basic facts in a way that is easy to understand. This text is suitable for high-school Algebra I, as a refresher for college students who need help preparing for college-level mathematics, or for anyone who wants to learn introductory algebra.
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by Frank Lincoln Stevens - C. Scribner's sons
The primary object of arithmetic is to enable the student to acquire skill in computation. In addition to the attainment of this essential end, great benefit is derived from the exercise of the reasoning powers and their consequent development.
by Katherine Yoshiwara - Los Angeles Pierce College
This text covers the content of a college algebra course with an emphasis on modeling and applications. In addition to the goal of students gaining computational fluency the book develops mathematical thinking with an emphasis on analysis of results.
by Aaron Maxwell - Lulu.com
Learn to do algebra mentally and intuitively: mathematicians use their minds in ways that make math easy for them. This book teaches you how to do the same, focusing on algebra. As you read and do the exercises, math becomes easier and more natural.
This book focuses on primary school mathematics for students, whether children or adults. It is assumed that no calculators are used, to encourage mental arithmetic. This course uses as much lay language as possible to also be helpful to parents.