Algebra I For Dummies®

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I finish with some graphing in Chapter 13 and then give you a list of pitfalls to avoid in Chapter 14. These practice problems and detailed answer explanations will get you solving for x in no-time, no matter what your skill level. p>\n

Here are some tips for factoring in algebra:

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    Make sure you apply divisibility rules correctly.

    Mary Jane Sterling has been teaching algebra, business calculus, geometry, and finite mathematics at Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois, for more than 30 years. Algebra I: 1001 Practice Problems For Dummies gives you 1,001 opportunities to practice solving problems on all the major topics in Algebra I in the book and online! All the volunteer projects taken on for these clubs help keep her busy and involved in the community. Addition and subtraction, on the other hand, separate terms from one another, such as in the expression math . You have four possibilities for factoring binomials:

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      Factor out a greatest common factor.Divisibility by 8: A number is divisible by 8 if the last three digits form a number divisible by 8. But rest assured, this book is not about memorizing a bunch of meaningless steps; you find out the whys behind algebra to increase your understanding of how algebra works. You’ll find factoring and the multiplication property of zero to be your first approach, and then you’ll also have the quadratic formula to use on some of the more challenging second degree equations.

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      Algebraic formulas make life (and algebra) simpler. And Chapters 11 and 12 are where the good stuff is: applications — things you can do with all those good solutions. Even if you never use it (although you will, or will have the opportunity to do so), the provable fact that you are not a math retard after all is worth considerably more than this book costs. O) When I hear or read a book title that includes the phrase, "for Dummies", I easily pull together the concepts that this book is not likely a foundational text for building one's doctorate upon, and that there might very well be some non-standard methodology in its construct.

      The language is clear, and the explanations seem to give just enough detail without being long-winded.

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