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By Heinrich Weber

Weber's three-volume set on algebra used to be for a few years the normal textual content on algebra. released on the finish of the 19th century, it helped usher team conception to a imperative position in 20th century arithmetic. quantity 1 covers foundational fabric. quantity 2 covers crew thought and its purposes, plus the idea of algebraic numbers. quantity three covers complex issues, corresponding to algebraic services, elliptic capabilities and sophistication box thought. even supposing notations have replaced a little bit and algebra has develop into extra summary that it used to be in Weber's day, some of the similar topics and ideas vital this present day are relevant subject matters in Weber's e-book, that could be why it has turn into a vintage.

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16 3 2 21 56 16 8 3 3 5 ? 2 ? 21 8 56 3 The least common denominator (LCD) is 168. Multiply by fractions equal to 1. Copyright 2013 Cengage Learning. All Rights Reserved. May not be copied, scanned, or duplicated, in whole or in part. 3 128 9 2 168 168 119 5 168 7 ? 17 5 7 ? 24 17 5 24 5 Fr a c t i o n s 21 Multiply numerators; multiply denominators. Subtract the numerators. Find common factors. Simplify; this fraction is in lowest terms. Fractions that are negative numbers are to the left of 0 on the number line.

The number 6 repeats. Draw a bar over the first 6. If there is more than one repeating digit, write a bar over the top of the digits in the first repeat. ExamplE 6 Solution Rewrite ▼ 26 1 as a decimal number. 7 1 7 5147 Divide the numerator by the denominator. Copyright 2013 Cengage Learning. All Rights Reserved. May not be copied, scanned, or duplicated, in whole or in part. 14285714825714. . The numbers 142857 repeat. 142857 Draw a bar over the first 142857. 27 practice problems For problems 1–4, rewrite the decimal number as a fraction.

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