A Practical Arithmetic
by Frank Lincoln Stevens
Publisher: C. Scribner's sons 1910
Number of pages: 404
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.
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by Paul Dawkins - Lamar University
These notes are accessible to anyone wanting to learn Algebra or needing a refresher for algebra. While there is some review of exponents, factoring and graphing it is assumed that not a lot of review is needed to remind you how these topics work.
This book is a study guide for fullsail research. From the table of contents: Basic Algebra; Routine Functions; Algebraic Structures; Notation and Symbols; Distribution; Orders of Operations; Numbers; Special References; and more.
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