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.