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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Good teaching/review book April 6 2011
By J. D. Jenkins - Published on Amazon.com
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I used this book to home school my son while we were out of the country. It contained several topics tested by New York Regents exams which were not covered in his Algebra/Trig textbook, so it was quite useful. The examples were clear and easy to understand. My only complaint is that it needs better proofreading; I found several errors.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Good, but mistakes June 1 2013
By James Dowd - Published on Amazon.com
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I have using it to study for my algebra 2/trigonometry regents coming up. However I am only 50 pages in and I have already noticed multiple mistakes! It doesn't look like anybody bothered to look them over before it was published..
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
A good buy Aug. 28 2011
By carolina11buyer - Published on Amazon.com
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The book is an in depth review of Algebra and Trig with good examples and problems with answers. I would recommend it to anyone needing a review and practice solving problems.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Excellent review book, but has lots of mathematical errors. May 9 2014
By Dave - Published on Amazon.com
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I am a high school science teacher with a degree in biology, and I'm about to return to school for a second degree. I purchased this book to help me refresh my algebra skills before taking Calculus, as it has been ten years since I graduated college. The book is a wonderful review, with all of the principles and concepts explained very clearly and concisely. It also provides plenty of examples and practice problems.

My only complaint about the book is the number of errors in the book. In working through the book, I discovered more than a dozen mathematical errors in the example problems and practice problem solutions. I confirmed the errors using my Mathway.com subscription. Even with these errors, the book provides an excellent review source. It could be problematic for someone with weaker skills, though, trying to figure out how to complete certain examples, when the problems in the book are, in fact, wrong. In section 3.7, for example, 3 of the 7 examples worked out have errors in them. Two of them are factored incorrectly, and one of them has a substitution error.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
could be better Oct. 19 2013
By Reader 17 - Published on Amazon.com
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This edition of "Let's Review" has many errors in his solutions. A little proofreading would have helped a great deal.

In addition, the book fails to give many detailed illustrative problems before jumping to much harder examples. It is always important, and particularly in a review book, to give the reader numerous examples which are graduated in difficulty throughout the book and for which the solutions are written out in detail.
Also, since these review books are usually used as an addition to a text book so that students can continually strengthen their skills with spiraled exercises, they should also provide a great number of exercises at the end of each section.
This book fails to do either of these.