Forgotten Algebra: A Self-teaching Refresher Course

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Barron's Educational Series, 1994 - Algebra - 345 pages
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This self-teaching refresher course is exactly what you need if you are going on to higher math courses, or if you need a brush-up before taking such tests as SAT I, GRE, or GMAT. Each work unit starts with definitions. Topics covered include first-degree equations, fractional and literal equations, positive integral exponents, negative exponents, binomials, polynomials, quadratic equations, and more. The book is filled with problems and answers to provide you with extensive drill and review. Book jacket.

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Wonderful book. Have been using it for many years first as a refresher for myself and then for tutoring students. There are clear concise explanations of terms and procedures along with several ... Read full review

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User Review  - bespen - LibraryThing

One of the best books of its type I have read. The lessons were easy to follow, and provided the information I needed without digressing into theoretical developments that I did not really need for a refresher. Read full review


Some Important Definitions Grouping Symbols and Their Removal and Simplifying Expressions
Solving FirstDegree Equations

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Bleau is the Jefferson-Pilot Professor of Management Science and Division Head, Business and Economics, at Pfeiffer College, Misenheimer, North Carolina.

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