

This section contains free ebooks and guides on Basic Algebra, some of the resources in this section can be viewed online and some of them can be downloaded.




Elements of algebraLeonhard Euler, John Hewlett, Francis Horner, Jean
Bernoulli, Joseph Louis LagrangeOnline  642 Pages  EnglishThe book is written in a very clear and
pleasing style. This old textbook truly depicts Leonhard Euler's genius. Too bad
Euler's Identity was not mentioned in here.
 Fundamental Concepts Of AlgebraDonald
L. WhitePDF  159 Pages  EnglishFirst chapter explains the basic arithmetic and algebraic properties of
the familiar number systems the integers, rational numbers, real numbers, and
the possibly less familiar complex numbers. Second chapter introduces some basic
ideas from Number Theory, the study of properties of the natural numbers and
integers.3rd chapter, describes algebra of polynomials in a variable x with
coefficients in a commutative ring S.
 The First Steps in AlgebraG.
A. WentworthOnline  269 Pages  EnglishThis book is written for pupils in the upper grades of grammar
schools and the lower grades of high schools. The introduction of the simple
elements of Algebra into these grades will, it is thought, so stimulate the
mental activity of the pupils, that they will make considerable progress in
Algebra without detriment to their progress in Arithmetic, even if no more time
is allowed for the two studies than is usually given to Arithmetic alone.
 Beginning and Intermediate AlgebraTyler WallacePDF  489 Pages  EnglishBeginning and Intermediate
Algebra is an open source book written by Tyler Wallace. This book covers the
following topics: PreAlgebra, Solving Linear Equations, Inequalities, Systems
of Equations, Graphing, Polynomials, Factoring, Quadratics, Rational
Expressions, Functions and Radicals.
 Philosophy and Fun of AlgebraMary Everest BooleOnline  56 Pages  EnglishThis note covers the following topics:
From Arithmetic To Algebra, The Making of Algebras, Simultaneous Problems,
Partial Solution: Elements of Complexity, Mathematical Certainty, The First
Hebrew Algebra, The Limits of the Teacher’s Function, The Use of Sewing Cards,
The Story of a Working Hypothesis, Macbeth’s Mistake, Jacob’s Ladder.









