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    IN this book the principles of algebra as far as quadratic equations only are dealt with. The authors have explained them in plain and simple language, and have worked out numerous examples in order to illustrate the methods adopted. In an elementary treatise like this, intended for those who are preparing for public school entrance examinations, great importance must be attached to the working out, briefly and neatly, of examples, and here we have a good and copious collection, together with some papers set at former entrance examinations.

    Elementary Algebra.

    With numerous Examples. By W. A. Potts, and W. L. Sargant. (London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1890.)

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