A Treatise

on AlgebraFor the Use of Schools and Colleges

on AlgebraFor the Use of Schools and Colleges

Note. A quantity is regarded as known, when it may be assum ed at pleasure; as unknown, when it cannot be assumed, but must be found from its relation to the known quantities.

PIBN | 10606902 |

ISBN | 978-1-334-21492-9 |

ISBN (Hardcover) | 978-0-265-44281-4 |

Language | English |

Category | Algebra |

Pages | 338 |

Words | 65514 |

Vocabulary | 1408 |

Manual of

Algebra

Algebra

Advanced

Course in

Algebra

Course in

Algebra

AlgebraAn Elementary Text-Book for the Higher

Classes of Secondary Schools and for Colleges

Vol. 1

Classes of Secondary Schools and for Colleges

Vol. 1

The

Elements

of Algebra

Elements

of Algebra

Numbers

SymbolizedAn Elementary Algebra

SymbolizedAn Elementary Algebra

Ray's New

Higher AlgebraElements of Algebra, for Colleges,

Schools, and Private Students

Higher AlgebraElements of Algebra, for Colleges,

Schools, and Private Students

A Treatise on Algebra,

Containing the

Most Useful Parts

of That ScienceDesigned for the Use of Schools and Colleges;

Illustrated by a Copious Collection of Examples

Containing the

Most Useful Parts

of That ScienceDesigned for the Use of Schools and Colleges;

Illustrated by a Copious Collection of Examples

An AlgebraDesigned for the Use of High

Schools, Academies and Colleges

Schools, Academies and Colleges

Lectures on

Elementary

Mathematics

Elementary

Mathematics

Linear

Algebras

Algebras

The Complete

AlgebraDesigned for Use in Schools,

Academies, and Colleges

AlgebraDesigned for Use in Schools,

Academies, and Colleges

Algebra for

Beginners

Beginners

Algebra for the

Use of High

Schools, Academies

and Colleges

Use of High

Schools, Academies

and Colleges

Diophantus

of AlexandriaA Study in the History

of Greek Algebra

of AlexandriaA Study in the History

of Greek Algebra

Elements

of AlgebraTranslated From the French, With the Notes of

Bernoulli, and the Additions of M. De La Grange

of AlgebraTranslated From the French, With the Notes of

Bernoulli, and the Additions of M. De La Grange

On the Study

and Difficulties

of Mathematics

and Difficulties

of Mathematics

Mathematics for

the Practical ManExplaining Simply and Quickly All the

Elements of Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry,

Logarithms, Coordinate Geometry, Calculus

the Practical ManExplaining Simply and Quickly All the

Elements of Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry,

Logarithms, Coordinate Geometry, Calculus

Treatise

on Algebra

on Algebra

An Elementary

Treatise on AlgebraTo Which Are Added Exponential

Equations and Logarithms

Treatise on AlgebraTo Which Are Added Exponential

Equations and Logarithms

A Complete

Algebra for

Schools and

Colleges

Algebra for

Schools and

Colleges

Algebra for

Schools and

Colleges

Schools and

Colleges

Primary

Elements

of AlgebraFor Common Schools and Academies

Elements

of AlgebraFor Common Schools and Academies

The Complete

AlgebraEmbracing Simple and Quadratic Equations, Proportion and

the Progressions, With an Elementary and Practical View of

Logarithms; A Brief Treatment of Numerical Higher Equations; And

a Chapter on the Business Rules of Arithmetic Treated Algebraically

AlgebraEmbracing Simple and Quadratic Equations, Proportion and

the Progressions, With an Elementary and Practical View of

Logarithms; A Brief Treatment of Numerical Higher Equations; And

a Chapter on the Business Rules of Arithmetic Treated Algebraically

Algebra,

Theoretical

and Practical

Theoretical

and Practical

A Complete

Course in Algebra

for Academics

and High Schools

Course in Algebra

for Academics

and High Schools

The Laws

of AlgebraAn Elementary Course

in Algebraic Theory

of AlgebraAn Elementary Course

in Algebraic Theory

College

Algebra

Algebra

Complex Roots

of Polynomial

Equations

of Polynomial

Equations

Elements

of AlgebraTranslated From the French of M. Bourdon;

Revised and Adapted to the Courses of

Mathematical Instruction in the United States

of AlgebraTranslated From the French of M. Bourdon;

Revised and Adapted to the Courses of

Mathematical Instruction in the United States

Elementary

Theory of

Equations

Theory of

Equations

Elements

of Vector

Algebra

of Vector

Algebra

Elements

of AlgebraEmbracing Also the Theory and Application of Logarithms;

Together With an Appendix, Containing Infinite

Series, the General Theory of Equations, and the Most

Approved Methods of Resolving the Higher Equations

of AlgebraEmbracing Also the Theory and Application of Logarithms;

Together With an Appendix, Containing Infinite

Series, the General Theory of Equations, and the Most

Approved Methods of Resolving the Higher Equations

The

Number-System

of AlgebraTreated Theoretically and Historically

Number-System

of AlgebraTreated Theoretically and Historically

Elements of

Algebra for

Beginners

Algebra for

Beginners

New Elementary

AlgebraIn Which the First Principles of Analysis

Are Progressively Developed and Simplified;

For Common Schools and Academies

AlgebraIn Which the First Principles of Analysis

Are Progressively Developed and Simplified;

For Common Schools and Academies

An Introduction

to AlgebraBeing the First Part of a Course of

Mathematics, Adapted to the Method

of Instruction in the American Colleges

to AlgebraBeing the First Part of a Course of

Mathematics, Adapted to the Method

of Instruction in the American Colleges

Elementary

AlgebraEmbracing the First

Principles of the Science

AlgebraEmbracing the First

Principles of the Science

The Philosophy of

Arithmetic (Considered as

a Branch of Mathematical

Science) And the

Elements of AlgebraDesigned for the Use of Schools, and in Aid of Private Instruction

Arithmetic (Considered as

a Branch of Mathematical

Science) And the

Elements of AlgebraDesigned for the Use of Schools, and in Aid of Private Instruction

Introduction

to AlgebraFor the Use of Secondary

Schools and Technical Colleges

to AlgebraFor the Use of Secondary

Schools and Technical Colleges

Practical System of

Algebra, in Theory and

Practice, in Two PartsWith a New Method of Solving Cubic

Equations and Those of the Higher

Orders; With Notes and Illustrations

Algebra, in Theory and

Practice, in Two PartsWith a New Method of Solving Cubic

Equations and Those of the Higher

Orders; With Notes and Illustrations