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Beginning and Intermediate Algebra by Tyler Wallace

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Beginning and Intermediate Algebra was designed to reduce textbook costs to students while not reducing the quality of materials. This text includes many detailed examples for each section along with several problems for students to practice and master concepts. Complete answers are included for students to check work and receive immediate feedback on their progress.

Topics covered include: pre-algebra review, solving linear equations, graphing linear equations, inequalities, systems of linear equations, polynomials, factoring, rational expressions and equations, radicals, quadratics, and functions including exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric.

Each lesson also includes a World View Note which describes how the lesson fits into math history and into the world, including China, Russia, Central America, Persia, Ancient Babylon (present day Iraq) and more.

License: Creative Commons Attribution. This license is considered to be some to be the most open license since it is the least restrictive. It allows reuse, remixing, and distribution (including commercial), only requiring attribution. The content can be remixed into content of other license, but on the other hand it allows the remix to be put under a more restrictive license.
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  • Chapter 0: Pre-Algebra
    • 0.1 Integers
    • 0.2 Fractions
    • 0.3 Order of Operations
    • 0.4 Properties of Algebra
  • Chapter 1: Solving Linear Equations
    • 1.1 One-Step Equations
    • 1.2 Two-Step Equations
    • 1.3 General Linear Equations
    • 1.4 Solving with Fractions
    • 1.5 Formulas
    • 1.6 Absolute Value Equations
    • 1.7 Variation
    • 1.8 Application: Number/Geometry
    • 1.9 Application: Age
    • 1.10 Application: Distance
  • Chapter 2: Graphing
    • 2.1 Points and Lines
    • 2.2 Slope
    • 2.3 Slope-Intercept Form
    • 2.4 Point-Slope Form
    • 2.5 Parallel & Perpendicular Lines
  • Chapter 3: Inequalities
    • 3.1 Solve and Graph Inequalities
    • 3.2 Compound Inequalities
    • 3.3 Absolute Value Inequalities
  • Chapter 4: Systems of Equations
    • 4.1 Graphing
    • 4.2 Substitution
    • 4.3 Addition/Elimination
    • 4.4 Three Variables
    • 4.5 Application: Value Problems
    • 4.6 Application: Mixture Problems
  • Chapter 5: Polynomials
    • 5.1 Exponent Properties
    • 5.2 Negative Exponents
    • 5.3 Scientific Notation
    • 5.4 Introduction to Polynomials
    • 5.5 Multiply Polynomials
    • 5.6 Multiply Special Products
    • 5.7 Divide Polynomials
  • Chapter 6: Factoring
    • 6.1 Greatest Common Factor
    • 6.2 Grouping
    • 6.3 Trinomials where a=1
    • 6.4 Trinomials where a _1
    • 6.5 Factoring Special Products
    • 6.6 Factoring Strategy
    • 6.7 Solve by Factoring
  • Chapter 7: Rational Expressions
    • 7.1 Reduce Rational Expressions
    • 7.2 Multiply and Divide
    • 7.3 Least Common Denominator
    • 7.4 Add and Subtract
    • 7.5 Complex Fractions
    • 7.6 Proportions
    • 7.7 Solving Rational Equations
    • 7.8 Application: Dimensional Analysis
  • Chapter 8: Radicals
    • 8.1 Square Roots
    • 8.2 Higher Roots
    • 8.3 Adding Radicals
    • 8.4 Multiply and Divide Radicals
    • 8.5 Rationalize Denominators
    • 8.6 Rational Exponents
    • 8.7 Radicals of Mixed Index
    • 8.8 Complex Numbers
  • Chapter 9: Quadratics
    • 9.1 Solving with Radicals
    • 9.2 Solving with Exponents
    • 9.3 Completing the Square
    • 9.4 Quadratic Formula
    • 9.5 Build Quadratic from Roots
    • 9.6 Quadratic in Form
    • 9.7 Application: Rectangles
    • 9.8 Application: Teamwork
    • 9.9 Simultaneous Products
    • 9.10 Application: Revenue and Distance
    • 9.11 Graphs of Quadratics
  • Chapter 10: Functions
    • 10.1 Function Notation
    • 10.2 Operations on Functions
    • 10.3 Inverse Functions
    • 10.4 Exponential Functions
    • 10.5 Logarithmic Functions
    • 10.6 Application: Compound Interest
    • 10.7 Trigonometric Functions
    • 10.8 Inverse Trigonometric Functions

Supplements:

  • Student Solutions Manual. Worked out solutions for selected exercises
  • MyOpenMath / Lumen OHM online homework. MyOpenMath is a free online homework system, built on the open source IMathAS assessment platform. It provides randomized, algorithmically generated homework with automated grading of numerical and algebraic answers, similar to WebAssign and MyMathLab. It also provides a course management system with gradebook, file posting, discussion forums, etc. Assessment sets have been created for this textbook, which may be available for self-study by students, or can copied as a starter course shell by faculty.MyOpenMath use is free with community support through forums. For Washington State faculty, the WAMAP.org site also mirrors this content. Lumen OHM is a commercial alternative to MyOpenMath that provides support for faculty and large scale adoption and administration, service level agreements, and additional curated course bundles.
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