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So far our trajectory has been: Lial's Beg. Algebra for Algebra I Jacob's Geometry Lial's Intermediate Algebra for Algebra II Lial's Pre-Calculus What is recommended to do next? Does Pre-Calc cover the trig concepts needed or should Trig be taken with Analytic Geometry prior to Calculus? Larson's Calculus? if this, I see several editions and versions. Lial's Calculus with Applications? (is this rigorous enough for College / ACT prep? ) I am finding so many varying options and I have to account for 1 student who has goals of pre-vet med undergrad, and 1 student who would be happy if he never saw a science book again. I'd love any advice or thoughts from those of you who have already paved this road. Thank you.
Hi, I am beginning to research various consumer math for my student's senior year. I like the idea of Dave Ramsey's Personal Finance course, but from what I have learned - it has little math. Can anyone recommend a consumer math that is practical, useful, and understandable? Right now, I am looking at this one from BJ Press. This student will have already finished Alg 2 by the time she takes this course. https://www.bjupress.com/product/189308 What do you like?
Hello, I just got off the phone with the math Cheif at the most expensive, best reputation in our town, private school. I inquired as to what text they use for Algebra I, Geometry and Algebra II. She stated they use Glencoe for all. The edition we spoke about was Glencoe Common Core 2014 Algebra I. She said they also use Foerster as a supplement. Does anyone have any experience with Glencoe? I can not afford to send my daughter to this school, but feel she is being woefully under challenged in public school and sadly, home school is not an option.