# Algebra for Beginners: With Numerous Examples

Macmillan, 1863 - Algebra - 264 pages
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### Contents

 I II III 2 IV 5 V 9 VI 11 VII 14 VIII 17
 XXI 103 XXII 113 XXIII 128 XXIV 137 XXV 141 XXVI 152 XXVII 163 XXVIII 168

 IX 25 X 34 XI 41 XII 47 XIII 55 XIV 59 XV 64 XVI 68 XVII 75 XVIII 79 XIX 85 XX 94
 XXIX 173 XXX 181 XXXI 186 XXXII 190 XXXIII 207 XXXIV 214 XXXV 220 XXXVI 224 XXXVII 228 XXXVIII 232 XXXIX 236 XL 241

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