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When the numbers just don t add up Following in the footsteps of the successful The Humongous Books of Calculus Problems, bestselling author Michael Kelley has taken a typical algebra workbook, and made notes in the margins, adding missing steps and simplifying concepts and solutions Students will learn how to interpret and solve problems as they are typically presentedWhen the numbers just don t add up Following in the footsteps of the successful The Humongous Books of Calculus Problems, bestselling author Michael Kelley has taken a typical algebra workbook, and made notes in the margins, adding missing steps and simplifying concepts and solutions Students will learn how to interpret and solve problems as they are typically presented in algebra courses and become prepared to solve those problems that were never discussed in class but always seem to find their way onto exams Annotations throughout the text clarify each problem and fill in missing steps needed to reach the solution, making this book like no other algebra workbook on the market
The author has written a bunch of books about math like The Complete Idiot s Guide to Precalculus, The Complete Idiot s Guide to Calculus Second Edition , and The Humongous Book of Calculus Problems His website, calculus help, hosts over a thousand unique visitors a day, even though it features an unflattering animated graphic of him dancing at his wedding from the back of one of his books
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I kno what you are thinking.""what a nerd!! u are actually reading this book?!?!?!""well i say"yes i am"this book is, as the title says, a GINORMOUS book about Algebra I and II. It talksabout the basic concepts on both subjucts and how to do the problems it containsn't worry, this books make it easy for people who don't "SPEAK" mathlol this book is especially made for YOU!!!If you love math and you want to expand your learning and profound that lil mind of yours,give this book a try:-)*****(sorr [...]
Invisible
For me, this book was a nice refresher for long lost algebra skills. I didn't use it for passing any exams, but more of a self-learner approach in an attempt to eventually get to Calculus and differential equations.I cannot give 5 star review because there are around dozen errors in it, which are mostly easy to catch for a reader. That said, it is quite puzzling why the author (having quite a number of math books) didn't provide errata for them. Even more so when he has a web page dedicated to t [...]
Lisa
Definitely humongous and definitely filled with algebra problems, but still doesn't contain all of the types of problems you could see in algebra 1 or 2. Most notably lacking in word problems.I was hoping to find a book that included detailed graphs of quadratic functions and absolute value, so that I can point out the finer points when tutoring. I'll keep looking.This book is full of algebra problems worked out with commentary. This is a good reference book.
Nicole Zupich
This book is indeed humongous, but is a bit misleading. It has a lot of written content. What I was looking for was simply a bunch of practice problems. I didn't need the material re-explained to me. Not very many problems in a book that boasts that it is "humongous". Organized very nicely, however.
Mary
Borrowed from Washington-Centerville Library. This book has several problems to practice, as well as explanations and answers.