College Requirements in Algebra: A Final Review

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Ginn, 1892 - Algebra - 46 pages
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Page 43 - TK this book the author has availed himself of his own experience in writing and teaching the elements of Algebra, and of the experience of hundreds of others. Where improvement was possible, it has been made. The School Algebra is offered as exactly right for the usual high school and academic courses. It gives a thorough and practical treatment of the principles of Algebra up to and including the binomial theorem, and is strictly in line throughout with the author's College Algebra. For college...
Page 45 - The book, in my opinion, is a model Algebra, distinguished for its clearness of explanation and the eminently practical nature of its matter. JC Glashan, Inspector of Public Schools, Ottawa, Canada : I am satisfied I can unqualifiedly recommend it. Henry Bay Warner, Prof.
Page 72 - Answers, in pamphlet form, can be had by teachers. is a course similar to that given in the Geometry for Beginners, but it is shorter and easier, and does not require a knowledge of the metric system. Like the Geometry for Beginners this is especially commended to those who cannot pursue the study far but desire the discipline of geometry. CC Bounds, Prin. State Normal School, Plymouth...
Page 65 - Geometry is a branch of practical logic, the object of which is to detect, and state clearly and precisely, the successive steps from premise to conclusion. In each proposition, a concise statement of what is given is printed in one kind of type, of what is required in another, and the demonstration in still another. The reason for each step is indicated in small type, between that step and the one following, thus preventing the necessity of interrupting the process of demonstration by referring...
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Page 37 - Solve the equation 3 x + 33 - — 4. There are 20 things of one kind and 10 of another how many different sets can be made, each containing 3 of the first kind and 2 of the second ? 5. Insert 3 arithmetical means between 4 and 20.
Page 34 - ... and the part produced, may be equal to the square on the part produced.
Page 68 - Manual) contains 300 examination-papers, progressive in character. Wentworth & Hill's Exercises in Algebra. I. Exercise Manual. 12mo. Boards. 232 pages. Mailing Price, 40 cents; Introduction Price, 35 cents. II. Examination Manual. 12mo. Boards.
Page 70 - Mailing price, $1.35 ; for introduction, $1.25. aim of this work is to present the elementary parts of the subject in the best form for class-room use. The connection between a locus and its equation is made perfectly clear in the opening chapter. The exercises are well graded, and designed to secure the best mental training.

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