Cathy in TX Posted February 2, 2008 Share Posted February 2, 2008 My dd has done quite well with the Lial series. Before she dreaded math and thought she wasn't good at it. Now she is making straight A's in Introductory Algebra. My inclination is to continue the series. However, I really want her to do proofs. Will the Lial text require that? Will Jacob's require more? Is there another text I should be considering? I looked at Solomovich's website just to see if that was what I wanted. Frankly, the samples looked as if I would have to really study the material ahead of time and then spend a long time explaining it to her. I can't see me having time to do that and still give ample instruction to my other three students. If I'm wrong, please let me know. One more thing, this dd wants to be a writer. She spends her spare time crafting stories for her friends. Thanks, Cathy Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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