Durell's School Algebra

by Fletcher Durell




The main Object in writing this school algebra has been to simplify principles and give them interest, by Showing more plainly, if possible, than has been done heretofore, the practical or common-sense reason for each step or process. For instance, at the outset it is Shown that new symbols are introduced into algebra not arbitrarily, but because of definite advantages in representing numbers. Each successive process is taken up for the sake of the economy or new power which it gives as compared with previous processes.

Book Details

PIBN 10005869
ISBN 978-1-330-02069-2
ISBN(hardcover) 978-0-365-39861-5
Language English
Category Algebra
Pages 511
Words 75203
Vocabulary 1734