# Elementary Algebra

American Book Company, 1904 - Algebra - 364 pages
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### Contents

 See also Index at the end of the book 1 ARTICLES 63 Articles 5054 Pages 7483 Omit exercises 114 pp 8486 84 TYPE FORMS IN MULTIPLICATIONFACTORING 87 ALGEBRAIC FRACTIONS 126 SIMPLE EQUATIONS 141 SIMULTANEOUS SIMPLE EQUATIONS 162 INEQUALITIES 193
 55 273 170 278 84 290 174 297 183 314 RATIO PROPORTION AND VARIATION 318 189 321 66 328

 18 198 INVOLUTION AND EVOLUTION 201 36 208 112 223 52 229 139 236 145 243 157 257 162 266
 SERIES THE PROGRESSIONS 331 193 333 197 339 MATHEMATICAL INDUCTIONBINOMIAL THEOREM 344 205 349 APPENDIX A Irrational Numbers 351 213 357 87 361 Copyright

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