George W Hull's Elements of Algebra for Beginners (Classic Reprint)
Excerpt from Elements of Algebra for Beginners
IT 18 becoming more and more evident each year that a pupil receives more culture, makes greater progress in study, and, consequently, is better prepared for life, by beginning algebra early, than by Spending the same amount of time on arithmetic. And when properly presented by both teacher and text-book, the study of algebra has never failed to be interesting and profitable.
This book is written with the hope that it may contribute largely toward making algebra both valuable and popular to the young. To accomplish this end we have made the equation the most prominent idea of each chapter. In the first section we have made the transition from arithmetic to algebra so simple and easy that no pupil will experience any difficulty in mastering the elements of the science.
A third feature of this book is a clear and logical discus sion of all those processes that throw light and life into the Operations of arithmetic.
We express our sincere thanks for the assistance we have received from experienced teachers.
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