A Beka Book
Algebra I
Mathematics is the language God used in His creation of the universe. Help your algebra students to discover its logic, order, beauty, and practicality with these outstanding texts that refrain from excessive verbiage and jargon to allow room for common sense. Mathematical concepts are developed and mastered through an abundance of worked examples and student exercises. Word problems are emphasized, and many application problems related to the physical world are included.



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Algebra II
Mathematics is the language God used in His creation of the universe. Help your algebra students to discover its logic, order, beauty, and practicality with these outstanding texts that refrain from excessive verbiage and jargon to allow room for common sense. Mathematical concepts are developed and mastered through an abundance of worked examples and student exercises. Word problems are emphasized, and many application problems related to the physical world are included.



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Analytical Geometry
One semester. Each highly important and useful technique is introduced at the first opportunity and brought in again whenever it may be applied to simplify a procedure. This text prepares students for college calculus.



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Business Mathematics
This book introduces the high school student to the math needed to operate a business and to successfully manage family finances. The text uses Scripture to train students to have godly attitudes toward finances and work responsibilities. Each section requires students to use skills to solve reallife computing problems. The text abounds in example problems that guide the student toward independent thinking. The variety of word problems tests their knowledge of concepts and skills and stretches their mathematical ability. Each unit begins with basic skills and concepts and builds gradually to more difficult concepts. Daily review is incorporated into each lesson. Softcover.



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Consumer Math
It captures the attention of teenagers immediately with Unit One: ''Buying a Car'' and proceeds to units on budgeting, banking, investing, keeping tax records, purchasing food, clothing, and a home, and more! An analytical skills section in each chapter challenges students to analyze practical problems or opportunities they could soon be facing.



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Discovering Geometry
Michael Serra
A complete college preparatory course. Second edition. The author brings geometry alive by transforming the traditional patterns of learning geometry. Students explore geometric concepts and relationships using geometric tools.



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Elementary Algebra
Harold R. Jacobs
Elementary Algebra Reviews fundamental operations, then covers functions and graphs, integers, rational numbers, equations in one or two variables, simultaneous equations, exponents, midterm reviews, polynomials, factoring, fractions, square roots, quadratic equations, real numbers, fractional equations, inequalities, number sequences and final review with answers to exercises.



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Geometry
Harold R. Jacobs
Covers nature of deductive reasoning, points, lines & planes, rays and angles, congruent triangles, inequalities, parallel lines, quadrilaterals, transformations, midterm review, area, similarity, right triangle, circles, concurrence theorems, regular polygons and the circle,. geometric solids, nonEuclidean geometry, coordinate geometry and final review.



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Key to Algebra Books
Julie King
Key to Workbooks offer a positive alternative to large, expensive textbooks which students often find complicated and intimidating. Only one concept is presented per page, so students have time to understand new ideas without being overwhelmed. Handwritten examples and exercises make work seem less formal. Vocabulary and reading levels are simple. Instructions are clear and direct. Each book is a complete textworkbook. Students develop understanding by solving equations & inequalities intuitively before formal solutions are introduced. a Full year's course that stands entirely on its own.



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Mathematics, A Human Endeavor
Harold R. Jacobs
''A book for those who think they don't like the subject.'' For those who want more problemsolving in their math classes, Harold Jacobs textbook is what you are looking for. Drawing over 30 years of classroom experience, Jacobs combines clear explanations, helpful illustrations, and clever use of everyday objects and events to make the formulas, and exercises meaningful. Students make observations, discover relationships, and solve problems in the context of ordinary experience. The author is wellknown for helping students through their ''mathphobia'' and usually can bring their math skills up to standard. New exercises featuring realworld examples clarify topics students often find difficult. If your child just doesn't ''like'' Saxon math or perhaps even gets bored with it, take a look at this program and see if Jacobs won't meet your childs needs. High school level/prealgebra.



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