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Elementary Algebra

    Naturevolume 120page79 (1927) | Download Citation



    THE second part of Mr. Boyman's “Elementary Algebra” contains much of the modern analysis which is generally known as ‘higher algebra.’ Begirbnng with convergency and the usual series, he passes on to the complex variable and eventually discusses the fundamental theorem of algebra that every equation has at least one root. The consequence of this arrangement is to bring determinants, permutations, and combinations at the end of the book.

    Elementary Algebra.

    By F. Bowman. Part 2. Pp. viii + 431. (London: Longmans, Green and Co., Ltd., 1927.) 6s.

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