501 Algebra Questions

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LearningExpress, 2006 - Mathematics - 271 pages
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Using a self-paced, multiple-choice approach that moves from basic questions to more difficult ones, this easy-to-use book teaches candidates to successfully prepare for all the different types of algebra questions on standardized tests. The book covers the full range of math concepts and properties, including exponents and radicals; algebraic expressions and integers; multiplying and factoring polynomials; and using the quadratic formula to solve equations. Included are plenty of tips on how to avoid careless mistakes and strategies for doing the best on any test.

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too many mistakes in book

User Review  - isgo60 - Borders

I would not recommend this book to anyone. It looks like no one proofread this book. It has a lot of problems which is good for practice. I am only half way through this book and find it has too many errors. Do not buy, look for another one. Read full review


Working with Integers
Working with Algebraic Expressions
Combining Like Terms

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