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Review of Key to Algebra Book 9 Systems of Equations
Editorial review
Supporting NCTM's call for a more visual approach to algebra,
these supplementary exercises give students a concrete understanding
of abstract algebra concepts! Students see everyday situations
represented mathematically through exercises that ask students
to picture a visual image (a graph) of a reallife relationship
before tackling the equation. Grades 612
Reviewed by giftedresearch, from Denver,
CO United States
A picture is worth a thousand words, and this book is worth
a thousand dollars to an Algebra teacher. It's so much easier
to show a graph and ask the students to explain what they see,
relating their own experiences, than to give an abstract formula
and ask the students to graph their answers. The graph that
introduces a concept stays with them throughout the lesson,
and becomes the place where they can visualize the process.
Sequential learners will also benefit from this approach.
Reviewed by Tom Thalamus, from Chicago,
IL
I think all teachers should teach their students visually. When
a teacher lectures the whole time kids becomes bored. If you
buy this book I garantee youb that you will liven up your students
and you will see better results from your students. I love this
book because it is filled with interesting problems and really
gives a new light to teaching algebra.
Review of Variables and Patterns:: Introducing Algebra
Reviewed by a reader, from Longmont,
CO USA
My daughter is being taught from this book. It has no instructions
in it what so ever. When she brings it home for homework and
unless you know algebra already it is totally useless. It is
the most confusing book to work from. Some of the stories in
it are not even relevant to the problem or the answers, which
make it totally confusing for the student. My recomendation
is not to purchase this book and if you school is using it,
GO IMMEDIATELY TO THE SCHOOL BOARD AND DON'T TURN BACK!!
Review of Algebra Success in 20 Minutes a Day
Editorial review
This volume picks up where Practical Math Success leaves off
by getting into greater detail on algebra. There are hundreds
of practice exercises without a lot of theory or math jargon
that provide essential practice in solving algebra problems,
especially word problems. Also, learners will discover the practical
applicability of algebra skills to realworld (and real work)
problems.
Reviewed by jewels_4_u, from Brooklyn,
New York USA
I am planning to go to College as a mature student in Spring
and really and truly needed to fully understand Algebra. Well
this book is perfect. Step by Step. If you don't understand
Algebra after studying this book, you really weren't paying
attention. That and it's actually enjoyable. I also bought learn
Geometry in 20 minutes a day. And I also feel the same way about
that book.
Reviewed by mike rafter, from baltimore,
MD
This book along with practical algebra have helped me become
a great math student.
Reviewed by a reader, from NY USA
stumbled on this book in a book store after searching for a
book for my brother. he just cannot understand the concept well
enough because the text he uses in school is written in a fashion
that assumes you know some stuff i think a good book is written
when an author explains to you like a "dummy" that
helps alot i know that because i'm a math tutor. i have spent
6 hours reviewing the style of this book and it really impresses
me of how simple and understanding can an author make algebra.
I dont quiet remember if there were any big emphasis on exponentials
which i think are important, but if i over look this i stand
correction. Any way great book it has taught me alot of easier
way to do problems. its also great for those who have taken
algebra years ago and need a brush up. GO GET IT I'M SERIOUS
Reviewed by a reader, from Alexandria,
IN USA
I am a homeschooling mother who is now in the process of teaching
one class in algebra and one class in geometry. I did take these
classes in high school myself but it has been over 30 years
and I barely passed both classes. I had never really grasped
some of the basic concepts and now I had to somehow get these
concepts across to my children. I do have regular school books
to teach from and have been able to do an adequate job but it
has been a struggle until I found this book. The basic ideas
of algebra are clearly laid out without alot of extra words
that are sometimes found in regular texts. You are led stepbystep
with tests throughout each chapter to make sure you understand
each idea before you go on. A wonderful supplement to the regular
text book.
Review of PreAlgebra Brain Teasers
Editorial review
The Brain Teaser series provides fun ways to exercise and develop
brain power! Intriguing activities supplement classroom lessons
while stretching students' minds.
Review of How to Succeed in PreAlgebra, Grades 58
Editorial review
Give students that extra boost they need to acquire important
concepts in specific areas of math. The goal of these "how
to" books is to provide the information and practice necessary
to master the math skills established by the National Council
of Teachers of Mathematics. Each book is divided into units
containing concepts, rules, terms, and formulas, followed by
corresponding practice pages.
Review of Elementary Algebra: Prepared Tests
Editorial review
Mityushev (applied mathematics, Pedagogical U., Slupsk, Poland)
and Rogosin (mathematics and mechanics, Belarusian State U.)
draw largely on their own original techniques to present some
constructive methods for boundary value problems, both linear
and nonlinear. They explore how far scientists can use analytic
functions to solve problems in nonlinear mechanics and physics,
the difference between linear and nonlinear cases from the quantitative
perspective, and the kinds of additional techniques to use on
nonlinear problems. Among their results is the complete solution
of the RiemannHilbert problem for multiply connected domains.
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Review of Algebra 1 Assessment Book
Editorial review
The authors (both teach at the Institute of Mathematical Sciences
in Chennai, India) have distilled the subject into a slim volume
of lecture notes useful to graduate students and researchers
in mathematics and theoretical physics. The volume provides
a self contained, explicit description of Ocneanu's construction,
or TQFT, introducing and discussing its ingredients while employing
only genuine triangulations. Finite factors of type II and their
bimodules, as well as quantization functors and fusion algebras
are also featured.Book News, Inc.®, Portland, OR
Review of TestbankElementary Algebra 5e
Editorial review
Over the past 20 years, the emergence of clone theory, hyperequational
theory, commutator theory and tame congruence theory has led
to a growth of universal algebra both in richness and in applications,
especially in computer science. Yet most of the classic books
on the subject are long out of print and, to date, no other
book has integrated these theories with the longestablished
work that supports them.Universal Algebra and Applications in
Theoretical Computer Science introduces the basic concepts of
universal algebra and surveys some of the newer developments
in the field. The first half of the book provides a solid grounding
in the core material. A leisurely pace, careful exposition,
numerous examples, and exercises combine to form an introduction
to the subject ideal for beginning graduate students or researchers
from other areas. The second half of the book focuses on applications
in theoretical computer science and advanced topics, including
Mal'cev conditions, tame congruence theory, clones, and commutators.The
impact of the advances in universal algebra on computer science
is just beginning to be realized, and the field will undoubtedly
continue to grow and mature. Universal Algebra and Applications
in Theoretical Computer Science forms an outstanding text and
offers a unique opportunity to build the foundation needed for
further developments in its theory and in its computer science
applications.
Review of A Crashcourse in Introductory Algebra: The Hightext Multimedia Development Group
Reviewed by a reader, from California
First of all, the product had poor sound quality. In addition,
it crashed my machine in several places. This was a repeatable
crash. I have three good bugs for these folks.
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