Thank you so much! That was exactly the guidance i needed!

]]>Thank you for using my math workbooks.

Master Algebra offers the best introduction. It is more comprehensive and builds up from the beginning. I would start here.

If you decide that you would like a lot more practice with factoring and a few other basic skills, Beginning Algebra offers a lot of such practice exercises. For students who need a lot of practice with just the most important topics, Algebra Essentials has ample practice to build fluency. For students looking for graphing practice, I have a basic graphing book (like y=mx+b).

Intermediate Algebra is more like Algebra 2.

]]>For 9th grade Algebra, what order do your books go in? How should I use them? I see Algebra Essentials, Master Essential, Beginning Algebra, Intermediate, etc. Is the “beginning” more of a pre algebra (8th) or for beginning 9th? Do I use the Algebra Essentials and then Intermediate or Master Essential? Which books would be best Algebra 1? We will then do Geometry in 10th and Algebra 2 in 11th.

She is an “average” math student. ]]>

Thank you for using my books and taking time to provide feedback. I have one book on logarithms and others on trigonometry, which are a large part of precalculus. Someday, I would like to make a dedicated precalculus book.

Kindly,

Chris

]]>My son is taking Prealgebra this year. So I decided to buy your Prealgebra book and work through it so I can help him with his homework. Honestly I haven’t taken a math class in 30 plus years so I needed a refresher. I found it to be a lot of fun. I plan on buying the rest of your books and working through them one by one. I did notice that you don’t have a Precalculus book. Is there a reason for this? Is Precalculus covered by your other books?

]]>That book is good for practicing those specific conversions; parents looking for more comprehensive coverage of fractions or decimals like my Fractions Essentials book and my Master Decimals book.

Beyond that, my prealgebra book provides good prep for algebra and mastering arithmetic skills needed for algebra, or my Grade 6 or Grade 5 workbooks are specific to grade levels.

My long division with remainders book covers this specific topic. I hope this helps.

I appreciate your interest in my books.

]]>I am curious if there is a listed order your math books should be introduced to a child? Due to the recent school issues, it has come to my attention my grandson is not performing at an appropriate grade level. I endeavored to start him on your Fractions, Decimals, and Percents Math Workbook, which thankfully has been a great success. Since we will be together full-time for the summer and part-time thereafter, I figured we would continue on through the rest of the materials you have produced thus this inquiry.

Thank you for your time and any recommendations. ]]>

I hope it goes well.

]]>Thank you so much for your quick and helpful reply! From the sample pages, your books do look great and just like you said — concise. I think we’ll give them a shot. Thanks also for the suggestion of an alternate traditional college textbook.

]]>I taught from these books and had several students score 4/5 on the AP exams. If you need more comprehensive, detailed coverage and a hundred problems per chapter, you might be able to find an inexpensive copy of an old edition of Serway’s Physics for Scientists and Engineers. My books are concise, focused on the main concepts and how to solve standard yet involved problems.

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