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U Can: Algebra I For Dummies

Mary Jane Sterling Consumer Dummies



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03 August 2015
Mathematics & Sciences; Algebra
Conquer Algebra I with these key lessons, practice problems, and easy-to-follow examples.

Algebra can be challenging. But you no longer need to be vexed by variables. With U Can, studying the key concepts from your class just got easier than ever before.

Simply open this book to find help on all the topics in your Algebra I class. You'll get clear content review, step-by-step examples, and hundreds of practice problems to help you really understand and retain each concept.

Stop feeling intimidated and start getting higher scores in class.

All your course topics broken down into individual lessons Step-by-step example problems in every practice section Hundreds of practice problems allow you to put your new skills to work immediately FREE online access to 1,001 MORE Algebra I practice problems
By:   Mary Jane Sterling, Consumer Dummies
Imprint:   Wiley
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 253mm,  Width: 202mm,  Spine: 29mm
Weight:   712g
ISBN:   9781119063896
ISBN 10:   1119063892
Pages:   528
Publication Date:   03 August 2015
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Introduction 1 Part I Getting Started with Algebra I 5 chapter 1: Assembling Your Tools 7 chapter 2: Deciphering Signs in Expressions 19 chapter 3: Incorporating Algebraic Properties 35 chapter 4: Making Fractions and Decimals Behave 47 chapter 5: Exploring Exponents 77 chapter 6: Taming Rampaging Radicals 89 chapter 7: Simplifying Algebraic Expressions 103 Part II Changing the Format of Expressions 121 chapter 8: Working with Numbers in Their Prime 123 chapter 9: Specializing in Multiplication Matters 139 chapter 10: Dividing the Long Way to Simplify Algebraic Expressions 161 chapter 11: Figuring on Factoring 171 chapter 12: Taking the Bite out of Binomial Factoring 185 chapter 13: Factoring Trinomials and Special Polynomials 195 Part III Sleuthing For Solutions of Equations 221 chapter 14: Establishing Ground Rules for Solving Equations 223 chapter 15: Lining Up Linear Equations 237 chapter 16: Muscling Up to Quadratic Equations 265 chapter 17: Yielding to Higher Powers 289 chapter 18: Reeling in Radical and Absolute Value Equations 315 chapter 19: Getting Even with Inequalities 329 Part IV Solving Story Problems and Skething Graphs 349 chapter 20: Facing Up to Formulas 351 chapter 21: Making Formulas Work in Basic Story Problems 377 chapter 22: Relating Values in Story Problems 401 chapter 23: Measuring Up with Quality and Quantity Story Problems 411 chapter 24: Getting a Handle on Graphing 425 chapter 25: Extending the Graphing Horizon 451 Part V The Part of Tens 475 chapter 26: Ten Common Errors That Get Noticed 477 chapter 27: Ten Quick Tips to Make Algebra a Breeze 483 Index 489

Mary Jane Sterling taught algebra at Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois, for 35 years.

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