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Learning Algebra books

by Abscissas
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Abscissas
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Dec5-13, 08:34 PM
P: 27
Hey, I wanted to know if anyone knew of any good books for self teaching Algebra. I am currently using Khan academy and The complete idiots guide to Algebra (The sources are not bad when combined) I was wondering if anyone had any more books or websites such as those to reaffirm my grasp on algebra.
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Jorriss
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Dec5-13, 09:09 PM
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Do lots and lots of algebra homework sets and exams. You can certainly find these online.
Abscissas
#3
Dec5-13, 10:09 PM
P: 27
Sounds pretty solid, do you know any specific spots or good websites with plenty compiled? Ill start my search first thing in the morning.

Jorriss
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Dec5-13, 10:13 PM
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Learning Algebra books

I don't personally know any. Generally when I want practice problems I just google something along the lines of '[Subject] course websites', '[Subject] exams', etc.
Abscissas
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Dec5-13, 11:24 PM
P: 27
Thank you very much ill definitely try it tomorrrow


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