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you know all the things that you are supposed to study before algebra .
any good book suggestions ?
any good book suggestions ?
The material that comes before algebra is pretty much limited to plain old arithmetic. If you do a web search for "pre-algebra books" you'll see tons of links. One that seems interesting to me is this one - https://www.amazon.com/dp/0452295408/?tag=pfamazon01-20, by Danica McKellar, who was on a US TV show called "The Wonder Years" that ran in the late '80s and early '90s. She also holds a degree in mathematics and drives race cars.rosekidcute said:you know all the things that you are supposed to study before algebra .
any good book suggestions ?
Great! However, you asked about all the things that you are "supposed to study before algebra," so that's how I responded. If that Dummies book is what you need, then great!rosekidcute said:Thanks for the suggestion Mark44 ,
but i found what i was looking for when i googled this "algebra for dummies pdf" .
then you can freely download this book
Algebra I For Dummies, 2nd Edition
it has all those little things i am looking for
A good book for learning elementary mathematics should be well-organized, clear, and engaging. It should also cover all the main concepts and provide plenty of practice problems.
There are many good books for beginners in elementary mathematics, but a popular choice is "Basic Mathematics" by Serge Lang. It covers all the fundamental concepts and has clear explanations and plenty of exercises.
Yes, there are many books that use real-life examples to explain elementary math concepts. "Math Curse" by Jon Scieszka and Lane Smith is a fun and creative book that relates math concepts to everyday situations.
Yes, there are many interactive books and resources for learning elementary mathematics. "Math-terpieces: The Art of Problem-Solving" by Greg Tang is a great interactive book that uses art to teach math concepts.
Yes, a person of any age can use a book to learn elementary mathematics. For adults, "The Number Devil: A Mathematical Adventure" by Hans Magnus Enzensberger is a fun and informative book that teaches math concepts in a unique and engaging way.