Posted by **Grev27** at Aug. 17, 2016

English | ISBN: 1101920076 | 2016 | EPUB | 384 pages | 33 MB

Posted by **Grev27** at Aug. 17, 2016

English | ISBN: 1101882190 | 2016 | EPUB | 400 pages | 27 MB

Posted by **ParRus** at Oct. 27, 2015

English | AVI | 448 x 320 | XviD ~671 kbps | 29.970 fps | MP3 | 128 Kbps | 48.0 KHz | 2 channels | 15:18:17 | 5.11 GB

Algebra II is the crucial high school mathematics course in preparing for a college education. College students who have not mastered Algebra II find themselves taking a remedial, noncredit course called Intermediate Algebra. If you are struggling with Algebra II or are preparing to enter college or are currently in college and are struggling with Intermediate Algebra, then this Algebra II video series is for you.

Posted by **ParRus** at Oct. 25, 2015

English | AVI | 448 x 320 | XviD ~663 kbps | 29.970 fps | MP3 | 128 Kbps | 48.0 KHz | 2 channels | 15:11:04 | 5.12 GB

The teaching of algebra in most of today’s classrooms is not significantly different from what it was 50 years ago. Certainly, there have been some attempts to change algebra instruction, such as the "new math" reform movement of the 1960s. But the changes that persist in today’s algebra curricula, as a result of that movement, are more superficial than substantial.

Posted by **house23** at Oct. 5, 2015

AVI | XviD 709kbps | English | 640x480 | 29.97fps | 36x30 mins | MP3 stereo 127kbps | 6.78 GB

Algebra I is one of the most critical courses that students take in high school. Not only does it introduce them to a powerful reasoning tool with applications in many different careers, but algebra is the gateway to higher education. Students who do well in algebra are better prepared for college entrance exams and for college in general, since algebra teaches them how to solve problems and think abstractly—skills that pay off no matter what major they pursue.

Posted by **elodar** at Jan. 7, 2014

English | 2000-01-01 | ISBN: 0807739189, 0807739197 | 200 pages | EPUB | 0.8 mb

Posted by **Polik88** at July 12, 2014

English | AVI/XviD 29.970 fps 653 Kbps | 448x320 | MP3 128 Kbps 48.0 khz | 30 lessons/30 min | 5.12 GB

The teaching of algebra in most of today’s classrooms is not significantly different from what it was 50 years ago. Certainly, there have been some attempts to change algebra instruction, such as the "new math" reform movement of the 1960s. But the changes that persist in today’s algebra curricula, as a result of that movement, are more superficial than substantial.

Posted by **FenixN** at Jan. 5, 2013

This set of six CDs offers high school students basic and useful practice in algebra 1, algebra 2, statistics, geometry, trigonometry and calculus. In the Algebra 1 CD, for example, students choose from 12 chapters and pick a sub topic. After a written (and pictorial) demonstration of the concept (e.g. ratio and proportion), students answer 10 questions to show comprehension. Hint and Solution icons lead to useful and straightforward help, and general progress is described after each section. All things considered, although dry in format and somewhat lacking in depth, this handy set of CDs offers understandable explanations of difficult subjects.

Posted by **crazylife** at Dec. 11, 2009

Xvid 400x288 29 fps | MPEG Audio Layer 3 48000Hz stereo 128Kbps | 5,3 GB

Taught by Monica Neagoy, Independent Scholar/International Consultant /Ph.D., University of Maryland

Xvid 400x288 29.97fps | MPEG Audio Layer 3 48000Hz stereo 128Kbps | 5,5 GB

Taught by Murray H. Siegel | Central Arizona College | Ph.D., Georgia State University

Posted by **crazylife** at Nov. 6, 2009

Xvid 400x288 29.97fps | MPEG Audio Layer 3 48000Hz stereo 128Kbps | 30 lectures, 30 minutes/lecture | 5,5 GB

Professor Murray H. Siegel is a veteran high school and college instructor whose stature in his field has been recognized by the Presidential Award for Excellence in Math Teaching. He begins with polynomials and ends with an introduction to trigonometry, explaining not only the "how" of algebra but also the "why it works" and "why we need to know it."