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A L G E B R A.
WILLIAM G. PECK, LL. D.,
PROFESSOR OF MATHEMATICS AND ASTRONOMY IN COLUMBIA COLLEGE, AND OF
MECHANICS IN THE SCHOOL OF MINES.
A. S. BARNES & COMPANY,
NEW YORK, CHICAGO AND NEW ORLEANS.
PECK'S MATHEMATICAL SERIES.
CONCISE, CONSECUTIVE, AND COMPLETE.
1.-First Lessons in Numbers. II.- Manual of Practical Arithmetic. III.-Complete Arithmetic. IV.-Manual of Algebra. V.-Manual of Geometry (In preparation). VI.-Treatise on Analytical Geometry. VII.-Differential and Integral Calculus. VIII.-Elementary Mechanics (without the Calculus).
IX.-Elements of Mechanics (with the Calculus).
NOTE.-Teachers and others discovering errors in any of the above works will confer a favor by comniunicating them to us.
Copyright, 1875, by WILLIAM G. PECK,
HIS treatise was compiled by the author for use
a college text-book whilst he was associated with Prof. Charles Davies in the Mathematical department of Columbia College, and was at that time published as a part of DAVIES' MATHEMATICAL COURSE, under the title of UNIVERSITY ALGEBRA. Since its publication it has been used, with success, as a textbook, not only in Columbia College, but also in many Colleges, Academies, and High Schools. By a special arrangement with the publishers, the Author is now enabled to publish, in a revised form, as a part of his own Mathematical Series.
In preparing it anew for the press, such alterations and lo improvements have been made as have been suggested by many years of practical experience in its use as a college text-book. The opening chapters have been somewhat simplified, the chapter on logarithms has been extended, a section on inequalities has been added, and the whole has been carefully corrected and revised. It is hoped that these modifications will better