I am currently enrolled in Calculus I and am doing fine, the class is very easy as far as calculus concepts go but I struggle with the algebra. It's been 4-5 years since I took algebra so I don't remember a whole lot and really don't want to take the class over. With that said, are there any books that cover what I am looking for? I don't need super in-depth algebra, I can learn that as I go, just something that helps with simplifying/moving around terms, synthetic division, logarithms, aka anything that is needed algebra-wise that is used most commonly in calculus. I'm thinking something I can play around with during Christmas break. So I'd like to be able to get through it in about a month. Oh yeah...maybe basic trig as well. Now that I'm typing this out...maybe I am best suited with something you'd take before calculus, like a "basics you should know before taking calculus" type thing?