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Anyone used Schaum's Guides for math-are they complete?

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Ds got several of these from the library yesteday and they look like good, nuts and bolts listings of topics covered in each discipline, trigonometry, college algebra, etc. What I am wondering is if they are complete. I am thinking of using them for definitions, for guides to make sure we've covered everything. I know that is impossible!

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When I worked at McGraw-Hill, both the Schaum's Outline Series, and the Schaum's Solved Problems series were *very* successful books. I know that the Chemistry 3000 Solved Problems is highly recommended in particular. So yes, I think you can definitely use them as supplements.

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