Algebra

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    KINDERGARTEN methods of teaching are now applied to most subjects. In this small book of fifty pages, the author endeavours to make algebra interesting to young-students by associating the abstract symbols with concrete objects. The novel features of the book are the explanation of brackets, the exercises on factors, short methods of multiplication and division, the elucidation of signs, and the numerous practical examples.

    Algebra.

    Part i. By M. H. Senior. (Oldham: D. W. Bardsley.)

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    Algebra. Nature 52, 127 (1895) doi:10.1038/052127b0

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