# Solving Algebra Word Problems

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Rating | : | 4.52 (535 Votes) |

Asin | : | 0534495737 |

Format Type | : | paperback |

Number of Pages | : | 108 Pages |

Publish Date | : | 2016-04-23 |

Language | : | English |

DESCRIPTION:

"Highly recommended." according to C. Kerr. Excellent book. Clear examples. Uses a no nonsense approach. I have taught from it for ten years, and my students appreciate both the examples and the practice problems.. L.F. said the seller sent me a book that was 99% perfect!. this book helps you solve those problems that you may not understand in the classroom. It will help you remember the steps and help you think algebraically. the paperback version can travel with you anywhere and it has enough examples and problem sets to help you really understand and memorize the concepts. For the price it can't be beat. the seller sent me a book that was 99% perfect!. Su Perr said Four Stars. Helped my son understand how to make sense of word problems, and translate them to equations

Drawing from her 30 years of experience teaching algebra, Judy Barclay wrote SOLVING ALGEBRA WORD PROBLEMS to help students build confidence as they learn to solve word problems algebraically. SOLVING ALGEBRA WORD PROBLEMS is the type of book that students will want to keep as a handy reference for future courses.. Practice makes perfect, and as students follow the steps in this book they will gain confidence as they strengthen valuable problem-solving skills that can be put to good use in other courses, including science and statistics. Using a five-step strategy, Barclay takes the frustration out of solving word problems by providing lots of worked examples and plenty of exercises for students to hone their skills at problem solving

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Judy Barclay has been a Mathematics instructor at Cuesta College in San Luis Obispo, CA since 1979 and is currently the Division Chair for the Mathematics Division. Raised in New York, she received her bachelor's degree from State University of New York College at Cortland and her master's degree from the University of Massachusetts. In her leisure time, Judy enjoys traveling, craft