what is the best book for algebra

March 25, 2017 - 10:16pm

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algebra 1

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- Acceleration of Riged body (flyweight) with forces
- Trigo sin cos tan sec csc cot
- Concavity calculus
- Problem 126 explanation please
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- Decimal Fractional Parts of Dim's on Hypotenuses of Dissimilar Right Triangles
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I recommend picking those algebra books written and authored by the best, dedicated and passionate mathematicians in this country, not those books written for college courses, nor written for high school.

I'm looking for that book either.

If you're gonna ask me, I want a math book that has step by step solutions from elementary to college.