**A Review of Algebra**

by Romeyn Henry Rivenburg

**Publisher**: American Book Company 1914**ISBN/ASIN**: B006CN21OW**Number of pages**: 80

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The object of this book is to provide a thorough and effective review that is necessary in order to prepare college candidates for the entrance examinations and for effective work in the freshman year in college. This is the 1914 edition.

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