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While, as of this date, the whole project is just Schremmer's, this need not be the case and involvements would be more than welcome. | While, as of this date, the whole project is just Schremmer's, this need not be the case and involvements would be more than welcome. |

## Revision as of 10:31, 11 October 2008

## Bibliographical Data

Title: | Reasonable Basic Algebra |

Author: | Alain Schremmer |

Subjects: | Mathematics |

Key words: | numbers, equations, inequations, polynomials |

Education Level: | High Schools, Higher Education |

License: | GNU Free Documentation License (GFDL) |

Description: | This completely self-contained text proceeds from the fact that mathematics derives from the real world. For instance, logical consequence is nothing but a reflection of real-world causality and statements are true or false, not because some author says so, but because the real world makes them necessarily so. Particular attention is given to the language needed to discuss and understand matters.
The text is part of a package including homeworks, reviews, exams that is suitable for teaching a course in Developmental Math. The package is itself a standalone version of part of a much larger package, in progress, that should provide people with a realistic chance of going from Arithmetic to Differential Calculus in three semesters. |

## Download

URL: | freemathtexts.org |

Download link: | http://www.freemathtexts.org/RBAtext.html |

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While, as of this date, the whole project is just Schremmer's, this need not be the case and involvements would be more than welcome.