By Isaiah Leslie Miller
AN creation TO arithmetic With purposes to technology and Agriculture through ISATAII LESLIE MILLER Professor of arithmetic, South Dakota kingdom collage of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts F. S. CROFTS CO. long island ----MCMXXX COPYRIGHT, 1930, by means of F. S. CROITS Co., INC. synthetic within the us of a by means of BRAUNWORTH CO., INC., BROOKLYN, big apple PREFACE AFTER a few fourteen years of educating in American faculties and universities the writer unearths that the common highschool graduate has no longer built in himself a mathematical kind of reasoning. lie as a result hopes that this remedy may perhaps in a few degree accomplish this function. the 1st few chapters are dedicated to a radical evaluation of highschool algebra, for the writer is confident that the majority collage newcomers want enormous drill at the basic tactics of algebra sooner than trying a truly wide examine of arithmetic. In getting ready this publication the writer has saved in brain forms of scholars first, those that won't ever take extra paintings in arithmetic, and moment, those that will proceed the paintings in technological know-how or agriculture for complex levels and should without doubt wish to pursue extra classes in arithmetic. He has hence tried to write down a booklet easy within the primary rules of arithmetic and whilst has endeavored to make functional functions to the fields of technology and agri tradition, anyplace attainable. He feels thorough wisdom of the fabric lined during this paintings will allow the second one kind of pupil to effectively pursue a direction in analytical geometry through a direction within the calculus. the writer gratefully recognizes his indebtedness to his colleagues, Professor Win. Asker for getting ready the bankruptcy on information, and Mr. H. B. MacDougal for checking a lot of the cloth, to Professor I. W. Smith of the North Dakota Agri cultural university for utilizing the cloth in mimeographed shape and delivering many invaluable feedback, to Dean D. A. Roth VI PREFACE rock of Indiana collage for analyzing many of the manuscript and to Professor Wm. Marshall of Purdue college for encouraging him within the paintings. the writer additionally wants to thank Professor E. S. Crawley of the collage of Pennsylvania for his beneficiant permission to take advantage of the higher a part of his Tables of Logarithms as a element of this publication. I. L. MILLER SOUTH DAKOTA nation collage CONTENTS bankruptcy I ALGEBRAIC OPERATIONS ARTICLE web page 1. 4 primary OPERATIONS 1 2. ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION 1 three. USE OF PARENTHESES, symptoms OF AGGREGATION 1 four. MULTIPLICATION three five. department four 6. department OF A POLYNOMIAL by means of A POLYNOMIAL four 7. 0 IN department four bankruptcy II FACTORING eight. vital style items i nine. different very important items eight 10. optimum universal issue nine eleven. LOWEST universal a number of 10 bankruptcy III LINEAR EQUATIONS in a single UNKNOWN 12. EQUALITIES 12 thirteen. resolution OR ROOT OF AN EQUATION 12 14. identical EQUATIONS thirteen 15. OPERATIONS ON EQUATIONS thirteen sixteen. sort type of THE LINEAR EQUATION in a single UNKNOWN. . . thirteen 17. VERIFICATION by way of SUBSTITUTION thirteen bankruptcy IV FRACTIONS 18. ALGEBRAIC FRACTION sixteen 19. OPERATIONS sixteen vii Vlll CONTENTS ARTICLE web page 20. aid OP a fragment TO ITS LOWEST phrases 17 21. ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION 18 22. MULTIPLICATION AND department 19 23. complicated FRACTIONS 20 24. FRACTIONAL EQUATIONS 21 bankruptcy V services 25. CONSTANTS AND VARIABLES 24 26. DEFINITION OF A functionality 24 27. useful NOTATION 24 28. practical family 25 29. formulation TAKEN FROM GEOMETRY . . . 26 30. GRAPHICAL illustration OF sensible kinfolk. ... 29 31. STATISTICAL facts 34 bankruptcy VI structures OF LINEAR EQUATIONS 32. GRAPHS OP LINEAR EQUATIONS . 39 33. GRAPHICAL answer forty-one 34. ALGEBRAIC answer forty three 35. answer of 3 LINEAR EQUATIONS IN 3 UNKNOWNS. forty four 36. SLOPE OF A instantly LINE forty eight 37. DISTANCE among issues 50 38. EQUATION OF A instantly LINE 50 39. challenge aspect kind of THE EQUATION OF A LINE . fifty one forty. challenge SLOPE AND ONE aspect type of THE EQUATION OF A LINE fifty three 41...
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