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Algebra I All-in-One For Dummies

Sterling, Mary Jane


1. Auflage März 2022
688 Seiten, Softcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-119-84304-7
John Wiley & Sons

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Solve for 'X' with this practical and easy guide to everything algebra

A solid understanding of algebra is the key to unlocking other areas of math and science that rely on the concepts and skills that happen in a foundational Algebra class. Algebra I All-In-One For Dummies is the key! With it, you'll get everything you need to solve the mystery of Algebra I.

This book proves that algebra is for everyone with straightforward, unit-based instruction, hundreds of examples and practice problems, and two quizzes for every chapter - one in the book and another (totally different!) online. From graph and word problems to the FOIL method and common algebra terminology, Algebra I All-In-One For Dummies walks you step-by-step through ALL the concepts you need to know to slay your Algebra I class.

In this handy guide, you'll also:
* Receive instruction and tips on how to handle basic and intermediate algebraic tasks such as factoring and equation simplification
* Banish math anxiety forever by developing an intuitive understanding of how algebra works
* Get a handle on graphing problems and functions, as well as inequalities and word problems

Algebra I All-In-One For Dummies is a must-read for Algebra students looking for an everything-in-one-book supplement to their coursework, as well as anyone hoping to brush up on their math before tackling a related subject, such as physics, chemistry, or a more advanced math topic.

Introduction 1

Book 1: Starting Out with Numbers and Properties 5

Chapter 1: Assembling Your Tools: Number Systems 7

Chapter 2: Deciphering Signs in Expressions 27

Chapter 3: Incorporating Algebraic Properties 49

Chapter 4: Coordinating Fractions and Decimals 69

Book 2: Operating on Operations 105

Chapter 5: Taming Rampaging Radicals 107

Chapter 6: Exploring Exponents 127

Book 3: Making Things Simple by Simplifying 149

Chapter 7: Simplifying Algebraic Expressions 151

Chapter 8: Working with Numbers in Their Prime 175

Chapter 9: Specializing in Multiplication Matters 197

Chapter 10: Dividing the Long Way to Simplify Algebraic Expressions 229

Book 4: Factoring 243

Chapter 11: Figuring on Factoring 245

Chapter 12: Taking the Bite out of Binomial Factoring 267

Chapter 13: Factoring Trinomials and Special Polynomials 281

Book 5: Solving Linear and Polynomial Equations 313

Chapter 14: Establishing Ground Rules for Solving Equations 315

Chapter 15: Lining Up Linear Equations 333

Chapter 16: Muscling Up to Quadratic Equations 367

Book 6: Dealing with Non-Polynomial Equations and Inequalities 395

Chapter 17: Yielding to Higher Powers 397

Chapter 18: Reeling in Radical and Absolute Value Equations 429

Chapter 19: Getting Even with Inequalities 449

Book 7: Evaluating Formulas and Story Problems 475

Chapter 20: Facing Up to Formulas 477

Chapter 21: Making Formulas Work in Basic Story Problems 509

Chapter 22: Relating Values in Story Problems 541

Chapter 23: Measuring Up with Quality and Quantity Story Problems 555

Book 8: Getting a Grip on Graphing 573

Chapter 24: Getting a Handle on Graphing 575

Chapter 25: Extending the Graphing Horizon 605

Chapter 26: Coordinating Systems of Equations and Graphing 639

Index 655
Mary Jane Sterling taught algebra, business calculus, geometry, and finite mathematics at Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois, for more than 30 years. When she's not solving for X, she's often writing other math books, such as Trigonometry For Dummies and Finite Math For Dummies.