Algebra In Plain and Simple English: Math for the Absolute Beginnerby BookCaps
This book starts by reviewing the essence of arithmetic (fractions, divisions, square roots, etc.), then moves
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Do you find yourself in math class hearing terms like polynomials and rules of operation, but not being able to make sense of what they all mean? We've all been there! And this book is for you. It breaks math down in a way that's easy for beginners.
This book starts by reviewing the essence of arithmetic (fractions, divisions, square roots, etc.), then moves on to expressions, operations, equations and function. It goes slow and along the way gives you dozens of exercises to practice.
This book takes some of algebra’s most complex equations, and puts them in a language anyone can understand.
The "Plain and Simple English" series is part of BookCaps™ growing library of book and history recaps.
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Exponents are not in superscript making it very difficult to follow. The electronic format does not lend itself to displaying the symbols properly. Also, basic information like "pemdas" is incorrectly shown. This needs serious editing.