501 Algebra Questionsby LearningExpress Editors
Using a self-paced, multiple-choice approach that moves from basic questions to more difficult ones, this easy-to-use book teaches candidates to successfully prepare for all the different types of algebra questions on standardized tests. The book covers the full range of math concepts and properties, including exponents and radicals; algebraic expressions and integers; multiplying and factoring polynomials; and using the quadratic formula to solve equations. Included are plenty of tips on how to avoid careless mistakes and strategies for doing the best on any test.
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As I began working in this book in preperation for the SAT's, I found that it really focused on giving questions related to the chapter, instead of explaining too much about the procedure, like some math books do. While I found that really helpful, I didn't like that there was at least one mistake on the book's behalf in every chapter. For instance, some of the questions that I knew I got right were stated wrong in the answers section. All in all, if you're just looking for practice, I suggest you should buy this book, but watch out for mistakes the book will probably make. However, if you want to learn more about the procedures, formulas, and such, a different book might be more helpful.