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CliffsQuickReview Algebra I (Bk. 1) 1st Edition
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The book is concise, clear, shows every step to each problem, and doesn't have a lot of empty filler. I can't recommend it highly enough, and it was very helpful for me.
Clear, concise, handy paperback filled with 13 chapters which review all you will learn in Pre-Algebra and Algebra I classes. A core review, online resource guide and glossary of related terms are also in the book.
An excellent reference resource, the book contains the following subjects:
Chapter 1: Preliminaries and Basic Operations (Pre-Algebra)
Chapter 2: Signed Numbers, Fractions, and Percents (some is covered by Basic Math and Pre-Algebra classes).
Chapter 3: Terminology, Sets and Espressions
Chapter 4: Equations, Ratios, and Proportions
Chapter 5: Equations with Two Variables (touched on in Pre-Algebra)
Chapter 6: Monomials, Polynomials, and Factoring
Chapter 7: Algebraic Fractions
Chapter 8: Inequalities, Graphing, and Absolute Value (touched on in Pre-Algebra)
Chapter 9: Coordinate Geometry
Chapter 10 : Functions and Variations
Chapter 11: Roots and Radicals
Chapter 12: Quadratic Equations
Chapter 13: Word Problems
For those students in need of a bit more review of the basic concepts leading up to Algebra I, consider this book:
CliffsNotes Basic Math and Pre-Algebra Practice Pack.
Overall, this book covers the core subjects in a well-organized, concisely written, simple way, which makes understanding the concepts and applying them, much easier.
On the plus side, if you or a student you know needs a really fast reminder of certain principles and formula -- consider adding this to your library.
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I bought this book to prepare for taking this class. It is very educational and precise. You will like itPublished on May 16, 2014 by IRL
I love this book because it gives you problems to-do and explains the process. I would recommend this book to people who are not good at math.Published on December 9, 2012 by Hummzah
The Kindle is not capable of showing all the math symbols so it has a lot of [?] instead; making this book useless on the Kindle.Published on January 22, 2012 by Andrew Kolb
CliffsQuickReview Algebra I by Jerry Bobrow, 2001 edition, presents a clear, concise
review of Algebra I but with some errors which could create confusion and headscratching... Read more