Easy Algebra Step-by-Step

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McGraw Hill Professional, Dec 5, 2011 - Education - 256 pages
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Take it step-by-step for algebra success!

The quickest route to learning a subject is through a solid grounding in the basics. So what you won’t find in Easy Algebra Step-by-Step is a lot of endless drills. Instead, you get a clear explanation that breaks down complex concepts into easy-to-understand steps, followed by highly focused exercises that are linked to core skills--enabling learners to grasp when and how to apply those techniques.

This book features:
  • Large step-by-step charts breaking down each step within a process and showing clear connections between topics and annotations to clarify difficulties
  • Stay-in-step panels show how to cope with variations to the core steps
  • Step-it-up exercises link practice to the core steps already presented
  • Missteps and stumbles highlight common errors to avoid

You can master algebra as long as you take it Step-by-Step!

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Contents

1 Numbers of Algebra
1
2 Computation with Real Numbers
14
3 Roots and Radicals
32
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About the author (2011)

Sandra Luna McCune, PhD, is a former Regents Professor at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas, where she received the Distinguished Professor Award. Dr. McCune has served as a statistical expert witness in both state and federal court. She is now a full-time author and consultant.
Shannon Reed is the author of numerous test prep books and has tutored hundreds of students in preparation for various standardized tests. She teaches writing at the University of Pittsburgh.

William Deangelo Clark is a poet, motivational speaker, author and philosopher. His views have been shaped by his unique blend of life experiences, liberal collegiate studies, religious exposure and urban upbringing. Clark has a passion for helping others through adverse situations. He aspires to help others through sharing his experiences and viewpoints. Clark's goal is to become a guiding light to readers who are in dark places.

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