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Book Head First Algebra: A Learner's Guide to Algebra I by Dan Pilone (2009-01-05)


Head First Algebra: A Learner's Guide to Algebra I by Dan Pilone (2009-01-05)

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  • By bing bong on November 15, 2016

    Seems OK but the book contains some wrong answers that may throw you off. I googled and found that the book was wrong not my math :(

  • By salvadorc3 on July 17, 2012

    Great learning book - strong on concepts, creatative presentation and real world expamples. Lots of sytle, originality and thought went into the design of learning: text, cognition,stories and examples - they are close to figuring out how humans learn. The content is light on examples for drilling home some of the central concepts more deeply. There was too much emphasis on linear Algebra for my purposes. I used the book for a re-fresh and used an old course book for re-inforcing some of the concepts. The graphic concepts were excellent but the low-res production format was cheesy in my estimation. Despite these observations I highly recommend this book for learning and re-fresh...

  • By Vinicius Menezes on November 28, 2010

    As expected by the series "Head First" the book is very illustrative on everything it explains and has stimulating exercises on the subjects presented. Overall it's a good book for anyone that want to have rapid overview of algebra. It's prepared to be used on high classes, but don't expect it to be helpful during college (unless you've forgotten the basics of algebra from high school, like me).

  • By Amazon User on September 23, 2013

    The book is easy to folow sometimes I believe they dumb down the subject but it has good examples and excercises I gave this book to my wife as she was preperaing to go back to school, she was able to study by herself, big plus

  • By Guest on December 15, 2009

    This book is good refresher for those who been away from school for many years. It give good examples throughout the book to help you undertstand key formulas. It makes you use papaer and pencil without the use of a calculator which in the long run is a blessing. I've used this book along with a college textbook and it has allowed me the chance to succeed in class. This book really is a A+++.

  • By Bernard F Bryant on April 12, 2013

    Any electronic book that is readable on a Kindle should be readable in the Windows 8 app version. That was the reason that it was acquired.

  • By Karen L. Gann on January 30, 2013

    I bought this because I have Dyscalculia and it was supposed to be a simplified easy to grasp way of learning algebra. It was good through the first two chapters but then it became very confusing and seemed to jump ahead and expect knowledge of principles of algebra that were not explained.

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