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Mastering Essential Math Skills Book 2 Middle Grades/High School Paperback – Feb 15 2007


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40 of 41 people found the following review helpful
Our girls no longer complained! Feb. 24 2009
By K. Webster - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Last year in our homeschool, we switched to "Mastering Essential Math Skills: Middle Grade/High School, and it was the best switch we could have made. Both girls were to the point of dreading math, and after changing to this program, they now looked forward to math class and could make sense of it because of the step-by-step instructions. Great for 7th-8th grades. Our 2nd daughter actually moved from 5th grade to 7th grade because this program was available.
67 of 78 people found the following review helpful
Not as advertised Feb. 17 2007
By Parent - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
I loved the grade 6-8 edition of this book for reviewing math with my daughter. It is an excellent step by step approach to middle school math. This edition is the same book with very little added. It is not "high school" math. I wouldn't call it "Book Two". I was expecting something very different based on the title. Highly recommended for 6-7 grade math practice and review.
17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Good math book, but has typo's. July 17 2007
By The Way - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This book is helping me getting freshed up in math but it contains a few typo's. For example, on page 7 it says there are two #5 problems. There should be obviously one problem #5 and the other is problem #6. Nevertheless, it is a good math book. I just wished it gave more examples on how to actually DO some of the work.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Miscategorized. Aug. 20 2011
By Cautious Shopper - Published on Amazon.com
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This book seemed more geared toward elementary/middle school than middle school/high school. Anyone going into 9th grade might find this way too simple.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Math Skills, but doesn't kill. April 4 2010
By Jarik25 - Published on Amazon.com
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I always believed that a little review, no matter your age, is good for you. This is "old enough"not to appear kid enough for really anyone to use this book. I do have one qualm though, the version I own has a few noticeable mistakes in it. One would think that they would take the time to make sure that the numbering of problems were in order. But that is the only real problem I see. I recommend giving the student/learner/you plenty of scratch paper. As there isn't really a lot of practice/workout room. My oops with this book is that I get wrapped up in doing the wheels. These wheels are multiplication/addition choose your number. I find these wheels to be lots of fun. I often find myself doing addition when I should be doing multiplication. But that's just cause I like multiplying more. I did find this book good for a person not in middle school. Practice is the same in all grades really 8-12. The more one reviews the old stuff; the easier it is to enjoy the new stuff. Unless you are like me, and hate studying the remedial math. I wish they had a workbook like this for pre-calculus through calculus on up for those trying to review on their own. This book can be a blast don't be worried about doing it perfectly. It is good review.


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