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Algebra I for dummies / Mary Jane Sterling.

By: Sterling, Mary Jane.
Material type: TextTextSeries: --For dummies.Publisher: Hoboken, NJ : Wiley Pub., Inc., 2010Edition: 2nd ed.Description: xiv, 368 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780470559642 (pbk. : alk. paper).Other title: Algebra one for dummies.Subject(s): Algebra
Contents:
Starting off with the basics. Assembling your tools ; Assigning signs : positive and negative numbers ; Figuring out fractions and dealing with decimals ; Exploring exponents and raising radicals ; Doing operations in order and checking your answers -- Figuring out factoring. Working with numbers in their prime ; Sharing the fun : distribution ; Getting to first base with factoring ; Getting the second degree ; Factoring special cases -- Working equations. Establishing ground rules for solving equations ; Solving linear equations ; Taking a crack at quadratic equations ; Distinguishing equations with distinctive powers ; Rectifying inequalities -- Applying algebra. Taking measure with formulas ; Formulating for profit and pleasure ; Sorting out story problems ; Going visual : graphing ; Lining up graphs of lines -- The part of tens. The ten best ways to void pitfalls ; The ten most famous equations.
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Starting off with the basics. Assembling your tools ; Assigning signs : positive and negative numbers ; Figuring out fractions and dealing with decimals ; Exploring exponents and raising radicals ; Doing operations in order and checking your answers -- Figuring out factoring. Working with numbers in their prime ; Sharing the fun : distribution ; Getting to first base with factoring ; Getting the second degree ; Factoring special cases -- Working equations. Establishing ground rules for solving equations ; Solving linear equations ; Taking a crack at quadratic equations ; Distinguishing equations with distinctive powers ; Rectifying inequalities -- Applying algebra. Taking measure with formulas ; Formulating for profit and pleasure ; Sorting out story problems ; Going visual : graphing ; Lining up graphs of lines -- The part of tens. The ten best ways to void pitfalls ; The ten most famous equations.

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