Practice Makes Perfect Geometry by Carolyn Wheater
(Practice Makes Perfect (McGraw-Hill))

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A no-nonsense practical guide to geometry, providing concise summaries, clear model examples, and plenty of practice, making this workbook the ideal complement to class study or self-study, preparation for exams or a brush-up on rusty skills.

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Established as a successful practical workbook series with more than 20 titles in the language learning category, Practice Makes Perfect now provides the same clear, concise approach and extensive exercises to key fields within mathematics. The key to the Practice Makes Perfect series is the extensive exercises that provide learners with all the practice they need for mastery.

Not focused on any particular test or exam, but complementary to most geometry curricula Deliberately all-encompassing approach: international perspective and balance between traditional and newer approaches. Large trim allows clear presentation of worked problems, exercises, and explained answers. Features No-nonsense approach: provides clear presentation of content. Over 500 exercises and answers covering all aspects of geometry Successful series: "Practice Makes Perfect" has sales of 1,000,000 copies in the language category – now applied to mathematics Workbook is not exam specific, yet it provides thorough coverage of the geometry skills required in most math tests.
 

About Carolyn Wheater

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CAROLYN WHEATER is a math instructor at the Nightingale-Bamford School in New York City and extensively authors on standardized test mathematics. JANE R. BURSTEIN taught English at Herricks High School in New Hyde Park, New York, for 36 years. She has been an ACT and SAT tutor for 25 years, and a Reader for the Advanced Placement English Language exam. WILLIAM MA was chair of the Math Department at Herricks High School on Long Island for many years before retiring. He is currently a math consultant.
 
Published July 8, 2010 by McGraw-Hill. 160 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Science & Math, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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