by Aaron Maxwell
Publisher: Lulu.com 2005
Number of pages: 94
Learn to do Algebra Mentally and Intuitively Mathematicians do things inside that make abstract math easy for them. It's not magic; almost anyone can learn to do those same things inside. Inner Algebra teaches you how to do this with algebra. Through using the imagination, memory, and other internal resources, you will learn to algebraically solve equations in your head. With this new ability, you will discover you can do things mathematically that may have not seemed possible before.
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