# Intermediate Algebra for All

Edition: 1

Pages: 244

## \$28.35

ISBN 9781524938413

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To fully grasp Algebra and improve your learning experience, Intermediate Algebra for All offers comprehensive support for both college level and developmental level students. It also provides ideas to help you better understand Algebra and to prepare you for any Algebra class. It has been redesigned to make important elements easier for you to understand. It will provide vocabulary, steps and examples of solving an equation, quadratic formula, completing the square and radical expressions.

1. Formulas and Rules

2. Graphing Equations and Inequalities

a. Section 2.1

b. Section 2.2

c. Section 2.3

d. Section 2.4

e. Section 2.5

f. Section 2.6

g. Section 2.7

3. System of Equations

a. Section 3.1

b. Section 3.2

c. Section 3.3

d. Section 3.4

e. Section 3.5

4. Polynomials

a. Section 4.1

b. Section 4.2

c. Section 4.3

d. Section 4.4

e. Section 4.5

f. Section 4.6

g. Section 4.7

h. Section 4.8

5. Rational Expressions

a. 5.1 Multiply and Divide Rational

Expressions

b. 5.2 Addition and Subtraction of Rational Expressions

c. 5.3 Simplify Complex Fractions

d. 5.4 Division of Polynomials

e. 5.5 Solving Rational Expressions

f. 5.6 Rational Expressions and Word Problems

b. 6.2 Rational Exponents

e. 6.5 Rationalize Denominators and Numerators of Rational Expressions

g. 6.7 Complex Numbers

a. 7.1 Square Root Property

b. 7.2 Completing the Square

Terry D. Zamor Sr.

Terry taught middle school mathematics for one year, and then taught math to the entire fifth grade classes at an elementary school for 10 years. At the elementary school, Terry implemented a math camp and a math fair. The math camp was geared towards helping struggling students so they may improve on their standardized tests. The math fair encouraged students to create math projects which they were able to present to the school through the fair. Currently, Terry is instructing at a college covering all levels of Algebra, Statistics and Liberal Arts math. Terry has attended many professional math workshops and has earned a Masters degree in “Innovative Teaching of Mathematics” and a Specialist degree in Math. Terry has worked as an instructor at Florida SouthWestern State College and Hodges University.

To fully grasp Algebra and improve your learning experience, Intermediate Algebra for All offers comprehensive support for both college level and developmental level students. It also provides ideas to help you better understand Algebra and to prepare you for any Algebra class. It has been redesigned to make important elements easier for you to understand. It will provide vocabulary, steps and examples of solving an equation, quadratic formula, completing the square and radical expressions.

1. Formulas and Rules

2. Graphing Equations and Inequalities

a. Section 2.1

b. Section 2.2

c. Section 2.3

d. Section 2.4

e. Section 2.5

f. Section 2.6

g. Section 2.7

3. System of Equations

a. Section 3.1

b. Section 3.2

c. Section 3.3

d. Section 3.4

e. Section 3.5

4. Polynomials

a. Section 4.1

b. Section 4.2

c. Section 4.3

d. Section 4.4

e. Section 4.5

f. Section 4.6

g. Section 4.7

h. Section 4.8

5. Rational Expressions

a. 5.1 Multiply and Divide Rational

Expressions

b. 5.2 Addition and Subtraction of Rational Expressions

c. 5.3 Simplify Complex Fractions

d. 5.4 Division of Polynomials

e. 5.5 Solving Rational Expressions

f. 5.6 Rational Expressions and Word Problems

b. 6.2 Rational Exponents

e. 6.5 Rationalize Denominators and Numerators of Rational Expressions

g. 6.7 Complex Numbers