**A First Book in Algebra**

by Wallace C. Boyden

**Publisher**: Project Gutenberg 2004**Number of pages**: 189

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In preparing this book, the author had especially in mind classes in the upper grades of grammar schools, though the work will be found equally well adapted to the needs of any classes of beginners. It is expected that this work will result in a knowledge of general truths about numbers, and an increased power of clear thinking.

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