# Schaum's Outline of Theory and Problems of Intermediate Algebra

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You donAt 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 thatAs easy to understand. Then it shows you how to solve every kind of problem that youAll 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 + [ab 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