You donAt need to be a math genius to do well in algebra! This plain-English guide to intermediate algebra explains what algebra is all about, in language thatAs easy to understand. Then it shows you how to solve every kind of problem that youAll find on your tests, step-by-step! You get 885 completely worked problems, with each step in their solutions. More than a thousand additional problems let you test your skills, then check the answers. So comprehensive that it can be used alone as a complete independent study course, this solved-problem study guide is the perfect review for college algebra. It even includes instructions on using calculators, as well as effective study skill suggestions!Follow the steps below. a a (b + c) = a + [a(b + c)] Definition of subtraction = a+[- l(6 + c)] -q = -lq = a + [ab a c] Distributive property = a a b a c Definition of subtraction Hence, an expression in parentheses preceded by a negative sign is anbsp;...
|Title||:||Schaum's Outline of Theory and Problems of Intermediate Algebra|
|Author||:||Ray Steege, Kerry Bailey|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 1997|