Schaum's Outline of Elementary Algebra, 3ed 3 9780071611633
Schaum's Outline of Elementary Algebra, 3ed

Schaum's Outline of Elementary Algebra, 3ed

3rd Edition
By Barnett Rich and Philip Schmidt
ISBN10: 0071611630
ISBN13: 9780071611633
Copyright: 2009

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ISBN10: 0071611630 | ISBN13: 9780071611633



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Schaum's Outline of Elementary Algebra, 3d

1. From Arithmetic to Algebra

2. Simple Equations and Their Solutions

3. Signed Numbers

4. Introduction to Monomials and Polynomials

5. First-Degree Equations

6. Formulas

7. Graphs of Linear Equations

8. Introduction to Simultaneous Equations

9. Problem Solving and Mathematical Modeling

10. Products and Factoring

11. Fractions

12. Roots and Radicals

13. Quadratic Equations

14. The Pythagorean Theorem and Similar Triangles

15. Introduction to Trigonometry

16. Introduction to Geometry

About the Author

Barnett Rich

Barnett Rich holds a PH.D. from Columbia University. Among his many achievements are the 6 degrees that he earned and the 23 books that he wrote, among them Schaum's Outlines of Elementary Algebra, Modern Elementary Algebra, and Review of Elementary Algebra.

Philip Schmidt

Philip A. Schmidt, Ph.D., has a B.S. from Brooklyn College (with a major in Mathematics), an M.A. in Mathematics, and a Ph.D. in Mathematics education from Syracuse University. He is Dean of the School of Education at SUNY College at New Paltz. He is author of 3000 Solved Problems in Precalculus and 2500 Solved Problems in College Algebra and Trigonometry as well as numerous journal articles.