2 edition of **Algebra without tears** found in the catalog.

Algebra without tears

M. S. Silver

- 226 Want to read
- 23 Currently reading

Published
**1982**
by University of Aston Management Centre in Birmingham
.

Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Statement | M.S. Silver and Michael W. Bell. |

Series | Series in information analysis and management services -- No.7 |

Contributions | Bell, Michael W. |

ID Numbers | |
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Open Library | OL13774165M |

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Basic Algebra The Laws of Algebra Terminology and Notation. In this section we review the notations used in algebra. Some are peculiar to this book. For example the notation A:= B indicates that the equality holds by de nition of the notations involved. Two other notations which will become important when we solve equations are =) and (). More thirties social drama! While Loving Without Tears has one of the most melodramatic and off-putting titles I can think of, it's actually a strong, light, black-humored exploration of a family and their power dynamic. Angel, the mother of two children, is the central pivot of the book. While she is a complete sugar-coated manipulator, she seems not to recognize this at all; she is "doing /5(9).

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