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Leonhard Euler (17071783) is one of the most influential and prolific mathematicians of all time. His Elements of Algebra is one of the first books to set out algebra in the modern form we would recognize today. However, it is sufficiently different from most modern approaches to the subject to be interesting for contemporary readers. Indeed, the choices made for setting out the curriculum, and the details of the techniques Euler employs, may surprise even expert readers. It is also the only mathematical work of Euler which is genuinely accessible to all. Euler's style is unhurried, and yet rarely seems long winded.< Less
A good introduction to school algebra  one that is worth the student's time and effort  should leave the student believing that algebra is exactly as she knows it should be. The author has taught... More > school mathematics to grades 4 through various years of calculus. In doing so, he has seen children display intellectual sophistication that they are supposed to be too young to have. This text does not assume such sophistication, but provides opportunities for it to appear and be enjoyed. The author's deeply held belief that the student, although less experienced, is a peer in the quest for mathematical truth has produced a book respectful of the student's intellect, curiosity, wonder, and humanity. The text includes no fewer than 985 problems. Answers to all problems and full solutions to many are provided in the Appendix. Most of these problems are practice, but there are some that go deeper than mere practice and typically ask the student for a proof or a reasoned explanation.< Less
This is an advanced but very readable introduction to high school algebra for honors students, including as many Cartesian topics as can be presented without use of Euclidean geometry. These will... More > include standard treatments of sets, numbers, equations in one variable, factoring, and functions, as well as more specialized topics such as linear programming that are considered interesting to the student. It is meant to offer an "understandable and accessible" honors course to students in the subject. It assumes a knowledge of multiplication by negatives, simplification of radicals, and other operations with numbers. The style of the text imitates that of most college level Analysis, or Advanced Calculus, texts, both for the sophistication it imparts and to best organize a difficult subject. Very interested students are almost assured to get through this excellent and well written course with only the slightest help from an ordinary tutor or committed instructor.< Less
"Elementary Algebra for Elementary Schools" was written for students in grades 16. The only math skills needed are addition, without carrying, and subtraction without borrowing. A great... More > book for advanced math students and anyone looking to get a head start in math skills needed for algebra courses later required in school.(Also available as $7 download)< Less
"Elementary Algebra for Elementary Schools" was written for students in grades 16. The only math skills needed are addition, without carrying, and subtraction without borrowing. A great... More > book for advanced math students and anyone looking to get a head start in math skills needed for algebra courses later required in school.(Also available as $12 workbook)< Less
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A graphing calculate can be used to bridge the communication gap between teachers and students. Concepts and vocabulary come alive when a graphing calculator is implemented properly. Change how we... More > are educated one student at a time.< Less
This is a paperbound edition of a graduate algebra text originally published by Harper & Row as Groups, Rings, Modules, and written by M. Auslander and D. Buchsbaum. I changed the title to... More > conform to the one that Auslander and I had originally preferred.< Less
(CC BY) This textbook, published by Textbook Equity, is an open education resource released by The Saylor Foundation under a Creative Commons license. The original textbook, written by Kenneth... More > Kuttler, was chosen by the Saylor Foundation, after a thorough peer review, to be the companion textbook to their online course.
This is an introduction to linear algebra. The main part of the book features row operations and everything is done in terms of the row reduced echelon form and speciﬁc algorithms. At the end, the more abstract notions of vector spaces and linear transformations on vector spaces are presented. However, this is intended to be a ﬁrst course in linear algebra for students who are sophomores or juniors who have had a course in one variable calculus and a reasonable background in college algebra.< Less
Surviving College Algebra is a study guide for College Algebra. Those who struggle with Math will find it as a refreshing change to the way they have been taught in the past.
Surviving College... More > Algebra is 260 pages. It comes complete with a table of contents, subject index, and problem index.
This book was written in an easy to follow format that is designed to present the information in simple everyday language. Perhaps the professor seems hard to understand or does not put it into terms that make sense to you. This book gets right to the point, cuts out all the confusing theory, and shows you how to work the problems.
One unique feature of this book is the problem index. This is an index of all the problems worked out throughout the text and the pages they are on. The reason people find this so helpful is because many times you are confronted with a problem that you have no idea what subject it would fall under. This index allows you to find the problem by how it looks.< Less
Surviving College Algebra is a study guide for College Algebra. Those who struggle with Math will find it as a refreshing change to the way they have been taught in the past.
Surviving College... More > Algebra is 260 pages. It comes complete with a table of contents, subject index, and problem index.
This book was written in an easy to follow format that is designed to present the information in simple everyday language. Perhaps the professor seems hard to understand or does not put it into terms that make sense to you. This book gets right to the point, cuts out all the confusing theory, and shows you how to work the problems.
One unique feature of this book is the problem index. This is an index of all the problems worked out throughout the text and the pages they are on. The reason people find this so helpful is because many times you are confronted with a problem that you have no idea what subject it would fall under. This index allows you to find the problem by how it looks.< Less