The Teaching of Algebra: Including Trigonometry (Classic Reprint)
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Excerpt from The Teaching of Algebra: Including Trigonometry
IN 1909 and 1910 the author had the honour of giving courses Of lectures on the teaching Of Algebra addressed respectively to masters and mistresses in Secondary Schools. The present volume is a practical handbook based upon those lectures, and containing what seem to the author the most useful things he has learnt during the fifteen years of his work as a mathematical master and the ten years in which it has been his duty to discuss with teachers, actual and prospective, the problems Of their craft. It is accompanied by two col lections Of examples Exercises in Algebra, Part I, and Exercises in Algebra, Part II - which are in tended together to cover all stages of school instruction in the subject. Thus the three volumes constitute a single work In the view Of the author the term Algebra should include in its reference all the Trigonometry, plane and spherical, which it is desirable to teach in schools, together with an exposition of the fundamentals of the Calculus. He has sought, there fore, to present these subjects, both in this book and in the Exercises, as a unified whole.
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