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Boundless Algebra

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Boundless Algebra

Publisher: Lumen Learning
Number of pages: 439

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Contents: Numbers and Operations; Introduction to Equations, Inequalities, and Graphing; Systems of Equations; Functions; Linear Functions; Quadratic Functions and Factoring; Polynomials and Rational Functions; Exponents, Logarithms, and Inverse Functions; Matrices; Trigonometry; Conic Sections; Sequences and Series; Combinatorics and Probability; Complex Numbers and Polar Coordinates.

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