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In this section you'll find study materials for algebra help. Use the links below to find the area of algebra you're looking for help with. Each study guide comes complete with an explanation, example problems, and practice problems with solutions to help you learn algebra.

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Algebra Word Problems Practice Test

Review the following concepts if needed: Percent Word Problems Help Formulas in Word Problems Help ...

Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
• 42.

Solving Linear Inequalities Help

Introduction to Solving Linear Inequalities Linear inequalities are solved much the same way as linear equations with one exception: when multiplying or dividing both sides of an inequality by a negative number the inequality sign must be ...

Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
• 43.

Linear Inequality Word Problems Help

Introduction to Linear Inequality Word Problems Linear inequality word problems are solved much the same way as linear equality word problems. There are two important differences. Multiplying and dividing both sides of an inequality by a ...

Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
• 44.

Double Inequalities Help

Double Inequalities Double inequalities represent bounded regions on the number line. The double inequality a < x < b means all real numbers between a and b, where a is the smaller number and ...

Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
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Algebra Linear Inequalities Practice Test

Review the following concepts if needed: Linear Inequalities Help Solving Linear Inequalities Help ...

Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
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Introduction to Quadratic Equations A quadratic equation is one that can be put in the form ax 2 + bx + c = 0 where a , b , and c ...

Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
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Introduction to the Quadratic Formula The other main approach to solving quadratic equations comes from the fact that x 2 = k implies

Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
• 48.

Rational Equations Help

Introduction to Rational Equations Some rational equations (an equation with one or more fractions as terms) become quadratic equations once each term has been multiplied by the least common denominator. Remember, you must be sure ...

Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
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Review the following concepts if needed: Quadratic Equations Help The Quadratic Formulas Help ...

Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
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Introduction to Quadratic Application Word Problems Most of the problems in this chapter are not much different from the word problems in previous chapters. The only difference is that quadratic equations are used to solve them. Because ...

Source: McGraw-Hill Professional

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