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Jousting Armadillos & Other Equations: An…

Jousting Armadillos & Other Equations: An Introduction to Algebra

by Linus Christian Rollman

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Jousting Armadillos introduces students to basic algebraic concepts, notation, and operations. Students learn to: engage in various forms of inductive and deductive reasoning; reflect on the nature of variables; speak the language of algebra; perform the basic operations with negative numbers; manipulate algebraic fractions; and solve single-variable problems and resolve inequalities. Learn more at www.arboralgebra.org.

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