Book IV

    ARITHMETIC TO ALGEBRA

    In ARITHMETIC, we do operations +, – , ×, ÷, etc. on Real Numbers
    ALGEBRA consists of Real Numbers and Variables.
    The difference between Arithmetic and Algebra is that the elements in Algebra are Real Numbers and Variables

    In ALGEBRA we do the operations +, – , ×, ÷, etc. on Real Numbers and Variables

    CONTENTS
    CHAPTER 1
    ALGEBRA AND WORD PROBLEMS
    Transition from Arithmetic to Algebra
    Introduction To Algebra
    Important Terminology And Symbols
    Properties Of An Equation
    ALGEBRA AND WORD PROBLEMS
    Problems Based On Simple Equations
    MEASUREMENTS – Formulas
    Absolute Value of a Real Number

    CHAPTER 2
    EXPONENTS AND RADICALS
    Exponents
    Notation For Exponents In Algebra
    Multiplication With Exponents
    Division With Exponents
    RULES OF OPERATIONS ON EXPONENTS
    Radicals
    Square Root of a number
    Operations on Square Roots
    Addition and Subtraction of Square Roots
    Similar Radicals
    Multiplication and Division of square roots
    Higher Roots of Real Numbers
    Rational Exponents