Math Workout for the GRE

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Princeton Review, 2010 - Mathematics - 298 pages
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The Princeton Review’s unique approach doesn’t try to teach you everything you need to know about algebra, geometry, and graphs—only the information and strategies you need to get your highest score on the Math sections of the GRE.Math Workout for the GREincludes:
 

• More than 200 practice questions
• Detailed explanations for all answers
• A glossary of common terms to help you brush up on your math vocabulary
• Two sample GRE Math sections to help you try out your new strategies and skills
 
WithMath Workout for the GRE, you’ll learn how to:

• Handle all types of questions with ease, speed, and accuracy
• Solve algebra problems without doing any algebra
• Ace tricky Quantitative Comparison and Data Analysis questions by applying our proven techniques
  

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Contents

The End of Mathophobia
13
The Nuts and Bolts
14
Algebra and How to Gat Hid of It
69
Quantity A or Quantity B?
117
Charts and Crafts
146
Math in the Real World
175
Geometry
201
The Rest of the Story
260
SampleSection1 t s
291
Glossary ol Math Terms
293
About the Author
298
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About the author (2010)

Doug French graduated from the University of Virginia and has been working as a teacher, writer, editor, and course developer with The Princeton Review since 1991.

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