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Algebra Essentials

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Algebra Essentials

David A. Santos, Olgha B. Davis, "Algebra Essentials"
English | 2016 | ISBN: 1937585220 | 180 pages | (PDF / MOBI) + Supplemental Material | 16.5 MB

Designed for the person who needs to learn algebra as a prerequisite for further study or for a refresher course before moving on, the book covers all of the basic algebra concepts such as variables, equations, quadratic equations, factoring algebraic expressions, exponents, roots, radicals, and more. It includes numerous step by step examples and practice exercises that help the reader to understand the topics in a “self-study” format, designed for those who are uncomfortable with mathematics. The companion files include self-correcting exercises and all the figures from the text[These companion files available for download from the publisher with Amazon order number by writing to info@merclearning.com]. Instructor resources available for use in course adoptions.

Features
+Presents basic concepts in an easy to understand style, designed for those who are uncomfortable with mathematics
+Provides hundreds of step by step examples and practice exercises that help the reader to understand the topics in a “self-study” format
+Includes companion files with self-correcting exercises and all the figures from the text[These companion files available for download from the publisher with Amazon order number by writing to info@merclearning.com]

Brief Table of Contents
Part I. First Impressions. Why Study Algebra? Part II. Arithmetic Review. Arithmetic Operations. Part III. Algebraic Operations. Addition and Subtraction. Multiplication. Division. Part IV. Equations. Linear Equations in One Variable Expressions. Quadratic Equations in One Variable Expressions. Part V. Inequalities. Linear Inequalities. Appendices. Review Exercises. Answers Keys. Theorems, Corollaries, & Proofs. Key Words. Index.

About the Authors
David A. Santos (late) held a PhD from the University of Michigan and was an instructor at the Community College of Philadelphia. Olgha B. Davis has served as an adjunct instructor at Wake Technical Community College (NC). She holds degrees in biomedical engineering from Boston University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.