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Sept. 1 2008 Barron's Review Course
Reflecting the latest New York State curriculum change, this brand-new addition to Barron's Let's Review series covers all topics prescribed by the New York State Board of Regents for the new Integrated Algebra Regents exam, which replaces the Math A Regents exam. This book stresses rapid learning, using many step-by-step demonstration examples, helpful diagrams, enlightening "Math Fact" summaries, and graphing calculator approaches. Fourteen chapters review the following topics: sets, operations, and algebraic language; linear equations and formulas; problem solving and technology; ratios, rates, and proportions; polynomials and factoring; rational expressions and equations; radicals and right triangles; area and volume; linear equations and graphing; functions, graphs, and models; systems of linear equations and inequalities; quadratic and exponential functions; statistics and visual representations of data; and counting and probability of compound events. Exercise sections within each chapter feature a large sampling of Regents-type multiple-choice and extended response questions, with answers at the back of the book. Students will find this book helpful when they need additional explanation and practice on a troublesome topic, or when they want to review specific topics before taking a classroom test or the Regents exam. Teachers will value it as a lesson-planning aid, and as a source of classroom exercises, homework problems, and test questions.

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Barron's Review Course Series

Let's Review:
Integrated Algebra


An ideal companion to high school math textbooks, this new book covers all required Integrated Algebra topics prescribed by the New York State Board of Regents.

For Students:
  • Easy-to-follow topic summaries designed for rapid learning
  • Step-by-step demonstration examples
  • Thorough preparation for classroom and Algebra Regents examinations
  • Many practice exercises with answers
  • Graphing calculator approaches

    For Teachers:
  • A valuable lesson planning aid
  • A helpful sources of practice, homework, and test questions

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    12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars Integrated Algebra Sept. 23 2007
    By Dr. Joseph S. Maresca - Published on Amazon.com
    Format:Paperback
    The author is hampered by the fact that the Integrated Algebra is
    a brand new regents. There is no prior history. At the end of the
    volume, there is a good sample exam which emulates the actual ones
    to be administered in January and June of 2008. In short, don't
    throw out your old Math A book because it contains more pertinent
    regents practice questions.

    A cursory review of the new volume disclosed that the content is
    similar to the Math A. The sample exam is slightly more complicated
    and theoretical.

    Parts 2 and 3 of the new sample exam are significantly more complex
    than the comparable Math A. I suspect that the initial
    administrations of this new exam will produce a curve which reflects
    the learning transfer in the new course.

    The examples in the new Integrated Algebra are pertinent. There are plenty of illustrations on how to utilize the statistical calculator
    to solve a plethora of problems-particularly in probability and statistics.

    From a review of the sample exam, I believe that candidates should
    endeavor to maximize their score on Part I of the exam which is
    fairly comparable to the current Math A.

    The new volume is replete with plenty of pertinent examples in
    polynomials, number theory, equations, elementary trigonometry and
    probability/statistical inference amongst many other topics. The
    acquisition would be a good value for the price charged. Students
    would benefit from this volume because it contains sufficient illustrations to amplify the concepts tested on the "live regents exam".
    Practice is helpful because the new regents criteria requires a
    minimum passing grade of 65 in all the regents subjects pertinent
    to obtaining a diploma in NYS.

    The new Integrated Algebra matter will be tested again in one form or another on the Collegiate SAT.
    5.0 out of 5 stars Good self-study book Aug. 4 2013
    By Liyong - Published on Amazon.com
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    This is a very good book for self-study. It is a lot more concise and to the point. The only drawback is the numerous errors in the answer keys for the exercise problems. LC
    5.0 out of 5 stars GREAT ! 🎇 April 17 2012
    By Java - Published on Amazon.com
    Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
    It helped SO much I got a 91on this regents after using this book! Definitely recommend it to anyone who needs help in Algebra.
    5.0 out of 5 stars Comprehensive and advanced Jan. 17 2012
    By SnoopyJohn - Published on Amazon.com
    Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
    This book is a complete solution for Regents and SAT. In fact, I believe it is a bit too difficult for Regents as standard of Regents is lower than SAT. The book has a lot of word problems, which is an excellent source for SAT students. I highly recommend it.
    4.0 out of 5 stars These always help! Jan. 22 2011
    By MoHawk - Published on Amazon.com
    Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
    My sister was having trouble with this class, but this book made it so much better for her to understand the subject matter!

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