Introduction to Counting & Probability (The Art of Problem Solving)
|Rating||:||4.79 (711 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||243 Pages|
I'm not sure if the difficulty of the material is due more to poor explanation on their part or the natural difficulty of I agree with the comments of another post that the material get's difficult around Ch 7 and Ch 8. It's not necessarily advanced concepts it just takes a long time to think through a single problem and the explanations are not as clear. I found myself going to their website for video e. "Excellent coverage of a subject that is never covered in other middle school or high school textbooks" according to A. Chong. The material in this book is on the difficult side, but roughlycorresponds to what you might find at the chapter and statelevel of Mathcounts.The problem oriented approach is what I recommend forlearning secondary school math, and this book follows thatwith a very good selection of pr. "This book helped my daughter greatly. She recently got" according to North Sunny. This book helped my daughter greatly. She recently got the Mathcount state championship for 2015 and will go to Boston for the national competition.
Book by Patrick, David