Algebra: A Classical Approach (Jon Blakely)

 
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Algebra: A Classical Approach (Jon Blakely)

This book explores the history and current state of classical polynomial algebra in order to give readers a comprehensive and up-to-date viewpoint on it.

It aids in full comprehension of algebra and demonstrates how modern algebra's original ideas evolved from its classical algebraic forerunners.

It will make algebraic skills easier. There are several lessons inside to help you comprehend the subject matter better. Along with a comprehensive answer key to check your work, these classes are just a few of the many exercises you can use to put what you've learned into practice.

Along with discrete explanations of major ideas taught in a conventional Algebra course, such as functions and FOILs as well as quadratic and linear equations, it also offers content that is solely focused on crucial themes.

In this book, you'll discover the vocabulary that will help you comprehend mathematics and deepen your understanding of the subject by working through dozens of example problems and their solutions. The lessons in this book will make it simpler than ever for you to comprehend algebraic concepts.

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About the Authors
Jon Blakely is a Full-Time Tenured Instructor at the Department of Mathematics at the College of the Sequoias.
Published
Published Date / Year
(2021 - Date)
eBook Format
PDF files
Language
English

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