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  1. Has anyone had their student take financial algebra? If so, which textbook did you use and did you purchase an instructor's edition as well? Thanks, Debbie
  2. Hello all, I have signed my son up for Experience Chemistry level C which is an online course that will begin in September. The recommended textbooks (of which I need to choose one) are Conceptual Chemistry and Modern Chemistry. Anyone prefer one over the other? I am not familiar with either. Thanks, Debbie
  3. Has anyone had their child go through the Pixar in a Box lessons on Khan Academy as a Unit Study? If so, what grade were they in and about how long did it take them to complete? My rising 10th grader would like to use this for an elective. I'm wondering if it could be a full year credit if he actually uses the principles he learns to make a very short animated film as an end of the year project. Intro to animation on the transcript? Thanks, Debbie
  4. Has anyone tried using MUS Algebra 2 after Harold Jacobs Elementary Algebra and Geometry? If so, was it a smooth transition? Thanks, Debbie
  5. Also, what would you suggest to learn the other algebra 2 concepts? Have you found anything written similarly to Harold Jacobs? Thanks in advance, Debbie
  6. You might want to start a new thread since this one is such a zombie. I'm not sure what specific topics you need to add to call it Algebra II, but I'm thinking it's going to be a lot. IIRC, Jacobs Algebra only has a chapter or two with some very introductory Algebra II content. I would personally make Human Endeavor its own course. I adore Human Endeavor, by the way. It's brilliant. But you probably need to get a Foersters or other textbook or enroll your student in an online course to honestly award a credit called Algebra II.
  7. You might want to start a new thread since this one is such a zombie. I'm not sure what specific topics you need to add to call it Algebra II, but I'm thinking it's going to be a lot. IIRC, Jacobs Algebra only has a chapter or two with some very introductory Algebra II content. I would personally make Human Endeavor its own course. I adore Human Endeavor, by the way. It's brilliant. But you probably need to get a Foersters or other textbook or enroll your student in an online course to honestly award a credit called Algebra II.
  8. Jann in TX, Dd has done Elementary Algebra, Math: a human endeavor and is working through Harold Jacobs Geometry (1e) this year. I'm trying to figure out what I need to cover in order to be able to give her credit for Algebra 1 and 2 and what to call the human endeavor book on a transcript. This child is one that needs to move slowly through the material in order to understand it. Next year is senior year for her. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thank you.
  9. Hello, Could someone with a copy of Harold Jacobs Geometry 2e Test Masters tell me if the book has multiple tests for each chapter? One of the things that I loved about his Elementary Algebra was the fact that there were four tests for each chapter. That way a child could do a redo test without me having to look for new sets of questions to use. ; ) Thanks, Debbie
  10. Purchased acting with an accent mp3 as well! The Hive saves the day!
  11. Thanks, I will add stereotypical to the search
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