R&L Education

Pages: 140
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Trim: 8¾ x 11¼

978-1-61048-378-0 • Paperback • July 2011 • $32.00 • (£22.95)

**Daryo Khatri** is president/CEO of TopTech, Inc. and professor of physics at the University of District of Columbia.

**Anne O. Hughes** is a retired professor of sociology and anthropology at the University of District of Columbia.

Chapter 1 Introduction

Chapter 2 3Mental Math

Chapter 3 4Integers and Arithmetic Operations

Chapter 4 5Data, Statistics, and Graphs

Chapter 5 6A Love-Hate Relationship

Chapter 6 7The Two Great Devils—The Negative Sign and the Negative Numbers

Chapter 7 8Change for Currency Notes—Simple Fractions

Chapter 8 9Exponents—Powers of 10

Chapter 9 10Powers of Variables and Constants

Chapter 10 11The World of Expressions and Elementary Equations

Chapter 11 12The Algebra Savior—Cross Products

Chapter 12 13Ratio and Proportion

Chapter 13 14Just Shopping for the Best Deal

Chapter 14 15How Big?—Perimeter, Area, and Volume

Chapter 15 16Slopes and Intercepts on the Algebra Trail

Chapter 16 17Mixed Numerals

Chapter 17 18Polynomials and Their Basic Operations

Chapter 18 19Factoring

Chapter 19 20Rational, Complex Rational and Radical Expressions—Becoming an Algebra Guru

The book should be useful to at least four teaching audiences: 1. college professors teaching remedial math courses 2. High school teachers teaching intensive \catch-up" math courses, such as Algebra II, in a summer session 3. Other math professionals teaching preparatory courses for college placement, such as for the scholastic aptitude test 4. Math-trained professionals who are engaged in home-schooling efforts. A fifth audience is, of course, students who will be involved in these programs

**— ****Zentralblatt MATH**