By Wallace C. Boyden
This can be a new printing of the vintage algebra publication by way of Boyden. The e-book is appropriate for college students taking a primary direction in algebra. it truly is filled with approximately 1500 workouts for college kids to perform. issues lined comprise notation, operations, factoring, fractions, complicated fractions, fixing equations, and fixing simultaneous equations. solutions to all of the routines are supplied on the finish of the booklet.
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To factor the difference of the cubes of two numbers. ILLUS. I. Divide a3 − b3 by a − b. ILLUS. 2. Divide 27a6 b9 − c3 d1 2 by 3a2 b3 − cd4 . Notice in each case above: 1. That the divisor is the difference of the cube roots of the terms of the dividend. 2. That the quotient is the square of the first term of the divisor, plus the product of the first by the second, plus the square of the second. Write two factors, one of which is the difference of the cube roots of the terms, and the other the quotient obtained by dividing the original number by the first factor.
X4 − y 4 . 15. m8 − a8 . 16. a4 b8 − l. 17. x1 6 − b1 6. 18. 16a4 − 1. 19. a4 − ax2 . 20. 5b4 − 5a2 b2 . 21. ax2 − ay 2 − bx2 + by 2 . 22. 5ax − 5a3 x + 5ay − 5a3 y. 23. m2 − y 2 − am + ay. 24. a2 − x2 − a − x. 25. By how much does x exceed 3y? 26. Eleven years ago C was three times as old as D whose age was x years. What is C’s present age ? 60 26. CASE III. To factor the sum of the cubes of two numbers. ILLUS. 1. Divide a3 + b2 by a + b. ILLUS. 2. Divide m3 + n3 y 3 by m + ny. ILLUS. 3. Divide 8a6 + b3 c9 by 2a2 + bc3 .
15c6 dx2 )2 . 14. (−9xy 5 z 2 )3 . 15. (a9 b2 c4 d2 )4 . 16. (−x8 yz 3 m2 n)5 . 17. (− 23 a2 bc4 )2 . 18. ( 56 mn2 x3 )2 . 19. In how many days can one man do as much as b men in 8 days? 20. How many mills in a cents? How many dollars? 16. Find by multiplication the following: (a + b)2 , (a − b)2 , (a + b)3 , (a − b)3 , (a + b)4 , (a − b)4 . Memorize the results. It is intended that the answers in the following exercise shall be written directly without going through the multiplication. ILLUS.
A First Book in Algebra by Wallace C. Boyden