# ALGEBRA - EQUATIONS, POLYNOMIALS, FACTORING, EXPONENTS, LOGARITHMS ETC MADE EASY

We organise the various topics of ALGEBRA

in more manageble

and less overwhelming way.

Learning each topic is made easy

by proceeding from known to unknown,

easy to difficult, simple to complex.

Thus the journey to success is

Worked out Examples provided, help

understanding of the concepts covered.

Problems for practice given check and

ensure your understanding of the topics

covered and increase your confidence.

The Links to various topics,

with the description of what

each topic covers, are given in Home Page.

Feel free to explore any topic

but in an order, to ensure

that fundamentals are covered

before proceeding to the advanced aspects.

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### Generalized arithmetic with literals :

The Examples show us how the use of
letter symbols for numbers enables
us to generalise oft repeated
numerical statements. This is
Generalized arithmetic with literals.

Here is the Link for

What is Algebra ?

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## Speed Study System.

### Examples from Arithmetic and Geometry :

Examples from Arithmetic and Geometry
to show how the use of Literals help
us to write rules and formulas in a
general way.
Here is the Link.

To write rules and formulas in a general way.

### Study of Basics and Links to subsequent Topics

For study of Basic Topics and links
to advanced topics, go to

Study of Basic Topics and Links to Advanced Topics

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