A book thread for general principals

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Hey guys,

I was wondering if anyone could tell me some books that just have problems in them for algebra and algebra two principals. Basically say a book that just has 1000 problems with the solutions with brief explanations for each type. So 1000 would be divided into exponent, radical, polynomials, conics, variabled fractions and such problems. Also anything to do with rationalizing radicals, factoring, the works.

I am in calc college class now, and since algebra 2 is the concrete for most of the stuff past calculus I want to get really good at them.

But without the fundamentals or at least few. So maximum amount of pages that has problems with solutions.

Figure I would have to resort to a pre calc book or algebra 2 book of some sort.

Thanks in advance,

martin
 

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