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Chapter 2
Comparisons:
Equalities and Inequalities
We investigate the first of the three fundamental processes involving two
collections. We will introduce the procedure in the case of basic
Chapter 16
Polynomials 2: Multiplication
Multiplication of polynomials is very close to multiplication of decimal numberphrases so, we begin by discussion of multiplication in arithmetic.
16.1
Multiplication in Arithmetic
In arithmetic, multiplication is
assign
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share
leftovers
Chapter 18
Polynomials 4: Division
(In Descending & Ascending Powers)
We now turn to the last one of the four operation with polynomials: division.
However, in order to understand the procedure, we must first take a look at
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Chapter 7
Basic Problems 1:
(Counting Numerators)
In the real world, we often select collections on the basis of requirements
that these collections must meet. After introducing some more
procedure
process
Chapter 1
Counting Number-Phrases
This chapter takes a brief look back at arithmetic to present it in a way
that will be a better basis for looking at algebra because we will then be
able to look at algebra as just a continuation of arit
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Chapter 17
Polynomials 3: Powers of x0 + h
While it is easy to compute with powers of a counting-numerator, it is a lot
more difficult to compute with powers of a decimal-numerator.
EXAMPLE 1. While it is easy to find that:
it is a lot