Jenny in Florida Posted January 17, 2012 Share Posted January 17, 2012 So, my son has been kind of taking a detour, math-wise, for the last couple of years. He had finished Algebra I and Geometry before typical high school age and was ready for a break. He took the "Liberal Arts Math" from FLVS last year, and this year he's doing AoPS Intro to Counting and Probabilty along with a home-made crytology study. I had assumed he'd stay on the light math path, because he's been saying he was headed for a theatre-type degree. However, just the last week or so, he's been saying he might want to consider some kind of engineering degree. This isn't a big surprise, as that was what I assumed when he was younger would be his goal. But he's been on a whole other track recently. I'd like him to get a solid review of Algebra I before he jumps back into the traditional sequence. I had thought he'd do a lighter review over the summer, but now we're considering having him start Algebra II this summer, instead, meaning that I need to figure out the review thing now. Does anyone have suggestions or ideas? I can't afford to spend money now, really not at all. So, this will have to be online or something readily available from PaperbackSwap or BookMooch or the library. Thanks! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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