## A Treatise on the Elements of Algebra |

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according added addition Algebra ANSWERS applying arithmetical arranged assumed become binomial bound called changed cloth coefficient complete compound consisting contained continued corrected cube denominator denote determine difference Divide dividend division divisor Edition English equal EXAMPLES EXERCISES expression extract factors find the value follows four fourth fraction Given Equations gives Grammar greater greatest common measure Greek Hence indices integer Latin least common multiple less letters logarithms manner means method multiplied nature negative Notes obtained operations original performed plain positive progression proportion quadratic question quotient Raise rational Reduce remainder represent respect result rule Schools sides simple solved square root substitution subtracted surd taken third transposing units unknown quantity whence

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