Algebra, the Easy Way

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Barron's Educational Series, 2003 - Mathematics - 392 pages
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Describes and explains uses of equations, polynomials, the binomial formula, exponential functions, logarithms, and much more, with exercises and answers.

Over the years, Barron’s popular and widely-used Easy Way books have proven themselves to be accessible self-teaching manuals. They have also found their way into many classrooms as valuable and easy-to-use textbook supplements. The titles cover a wide variety of both practical and academic topics, presenting fundamental subject matter so that it can be clearly understood and provide a foundation for more advanced study. Easy Way books fulfill many purposes. They help students improve their grades, serve as good test preparation review books, and provide readers working outside classroom settings with practical information on subjects that relate to their occupations and careers. All Easy Way books include review questions and mini-tests with answers. All new Easy Way editions feature type in two-colors, the second color used to highlight important study points and topic heads.
 

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Review: Algebra the Easy Way, Fourth Edition

User Review  - Martha - Christianbook.com

What a delightful math book! Downing has a wonderful way of turning algebra lectures into conversations between outlandish characters. This book starts with the basic principles of math and works up ... Read full review

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i have read until page 11, nice book good for me to review and enhace my mathematical skills...

Contents

I
1
II
17
III
31
IV
42
V
58
VI
71
VII
82
VIII
95
XI
163
XII
181
XIII
210
XIV
232
XV
247
XVI
259
XVII
266
XVIII
285

IX
108
X
142
XIX
321
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About the author (2003)

Downing teaches economics and quantitative methods and is undergraduate program director for the School of Business and Economics at Seattle Pacific University. He holds the Ph.D. degree in economics from Yale University.

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