Hello everyone, I'm a bit of beginner to the more complicated algebra and geometry. Im going in to grade 12 next september, but I'd like to get a headstart on the material, and im wondering what introductory "advanced" (for say) Algebra books were of benifet to you. A first year university book will be fine, as long as it introduces the following things(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

- 3-dimensional geometry/graphing
- Matrices? (are matrices teh plural version of matrix's? - thats what i need - matrix's AHH that sounds so bad..)
- Proofs (inductive / deductive)
- etc. anything that a first year algebra/geometry course discusses

Any ideas, or books would be appreciated greatly..

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-Mark

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# Best introductory book to senior algebra

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