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Knight ,. Henry Sinclair Hall. Hall and S. In many cases more than one solution is given, while throughout the book frequent reference is made to the text and illustrative Examples in the Algebra.
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Solutions of the Examples in Higher Algebra
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Solutions of the examples in Higher algebra
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