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Student Book: Jacobs Elementary Algebra has come to be so highly regarded in the homeschool market. This high school algebra curriculum provides a full year of math in a clearly written format with guidance for teachers as well as for students who are self-directed. The primary student text is divided into 17 sections, covering functions and graphs, integers, rational numbers, exponents, polynomials, factoring, fractions, and more. As the student works through the text, select solutions are provided in the text, with full answers available in the solutions manual.
Teacher Guide: This is the Teacher Guide that goes with Elementary Algebra. This guide is filled with everything you need. It includes perforated tear out pages that include worksheets, quizzes, and tests. The answers keys are also included. We have done all the work for you. All you have to do is look at the lesson schedule and give your student that assignments for that day. It's that easy.
Solutions Manual: The exercises for each lesson in Elementary Algebra are arranged in four sets. Those in Set I review ideas from preceding lessons, affording continual practice with material considered earlier in the course. Sets II and III enable the student to apply the concepts of the new lesson. Because both sets have the same content, you will probably prefer to work on one set or the other. Answers to all of the Set II exercises are given at the back of the textbook. Those answers, together with those to Sets I, III, and IV, are included in this book.
DVD Instruction:Harold Jacobs' popular Elementary Algebra + Ask Dr. Callahan's enthusiastic explanation of the material = a fun, educational math experience
Algebra lessons in your homeschool will be engaging and easy-to-understand with this DVD supplement.
Students view lessons in conjunction with reading their textbook and watch an experienced mathematics instructor solve example problems step by step.
The DVD lessons emphasizes the importance of understanding the concepts behind algebra and focuses on explaining just that. Students can follow along as they learn key concepts without lots of difficult math jargon.
As longtime math teachers and homeschool math instructors, Ask Doctor Callahan has plenty of experience with what algebra concepts students need to know, what they find difficult, and how to explain both well. They provide casual but thorough instruction that will give your child the tools he or she needs to understand the material.
Between Jacobs Elementary Algebra and Ask Dr. Callahan's instruction, you can be confident in your student's grasp of algebra.
Approximately 6 hours of content on 6DVDs.
Now published by Master Books, Harold Jacobs' Elementary Algebra is the same thorough algebra course it has always been. This course is the equivalent of Algebra 1 and covers the basic algebraic concepts from a review of operations and functions through quadratic equations and number sequences. The chapters are Fundamental Operations, Functions and Graphs, Integers, Rational Numbers, Equations in One Variable, Equations in Two Variables, Simultaneous Equations, Exponents, Polynomials, Factoring, Fractions, Square Roots, Quadratic Equations, Real Numbers, Fractional Equations, Inequalities and Number Sentences this is the same chapter sequence as found in the previous edition of this text. A midterm and final review are included in the text as well.
Master Books assures us that there have been no changes in content even the problems in the exercises have remained the same. If you are familiar with the older text, one thing you will miss is some of the cartoons; however, some were kept in the text to add to the readabilityand a bit of humor never hurts. Although Master Books is a Christian company, this text doesn't proselytize there is no Christian content.
Lessons in the Student Textbook begin with concepts, and Mr. Jacobs makes sure you understand the why' before tackling the how.' The text's thorough explanation bite-size amounts of information make this a very popular program for understandability. There are still four sets of exercises in each lesson Set I reviews ideas from previous lessons for that continual review; Set II and Set III practice concepts taught in the lesson (Set III exercises are found in the teacher guide more on this in a bit); Set IV can be optional or be used for extra credit these offer challenge problems that go beyond the lesson. Answers to Set II exercises can be found in the back of the student book, which allows the student to self-grade, if you would like.
The Solutions Manual is just what the
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