I have a non mathy kiddo. She's taking a Geometry class, but there's not enough homework for her to keep up her skills IMO. I was thinking about adding in The Key to Geometry series to her workload. But when I looked at the sample pages, it was a lot of drawing lines, circles etc... Has anyone used it? Does it get harder?
Posted 12 October 2017 - 05:59 PM
Can't speak to Keys to . But caught by title in general, I wonder if her own book would have enough to work with for more practice. ? Or KhanAcademy?
Posted 12 October 2017 - 06:12 PM
Click on Student Workbooks and Problem Solving Handbook in the link http://glencoe.mhedu...iew0/index.html
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