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by Ron Larson,Laurie Boswell

eBook McDougall Littell Geometry Texas Edition (Hardcover) ePub
Author: Ron Larson,Laurie Boswell
Language: English
ISBN: 0618595546
ISBN13: 978-0618595549
Publisher: MCDOUGAL LITTEL (February 17, 2006)
Pages: 1120
Category: Education & Reference
Subcategory: Young Teens
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 156
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ePub file: 1278 kb
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Read instantly in your browser. Geometry by Larson, Boswell, et al is disorganized and dizzying. In short, it is simply horrendous

Read instantly in your browser. by Ron Larson (Author), Laurie Boswell (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0618595549. In short, it is simply horrendous. It is so replete with dazzling colors and uninformative pictures that I can hardly find the theorems. It's like a "Where's Waldo?" of theorems and postulates. By contrast, the Jurgensen book may look dry, but the authors conservatively reserve color to bring your attention to the most important information, such as theorems you should memorize.

McDougal Littell Algebra 2: Applications, Equations, Graphs. Geometry book that is user friendly because it has many examples. You can practice and check your answers in the back of the book. Holt McDougal Larson Geometry: Practice Workbook. McDougal Littell Algebra 1 (McDougal Littell Mathematics).

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Ron Larson/Laurie Boswell. Get started today for free. chapter 8: quadrilaterals 2011-06-25. chapter 10: properties of circles 2011-02-07. chapter 12: surface area and volume 2011-05-27. lesson 5 and 6 notecards 2011-07-13.

ISBN 13: 9780618595549. Ron Larson; Laurie Boswell.

Published February 17th 2006 by MCDOUGAL LITTEL (first published June 1st 1900).

Details (if other): Cancel. Published February 17th 2006 by MCDOUGAL LITTEL (first published June 1st 1900).

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Book by Ron Larson, Laurie Boswell
Agagamand
This is probably the clearest book I have ever seen on geometry.
Velan
I thought it was too elementary. Too many pictures. I wanted something more advanced. The book was in good condition, though.
Xava
New and quick delivery
Minha
goood quality
Jeronashe
As a math tutor, I didn't think I could find a geometry textbook I disliked more than "Discovering Geometry" by Michael Serra. Then I encountered this book. (Specifically, I have seen the Michigan version, but in my experience, the state-by-state variation among different versions of the same textbook is relatively minimal.)

Geometry by Larson, Boswell, et al is disorganized and dizzying. In short, it is simply horrendous. It is so replete with dazzling colors and uninformative pictures that I can hardly find the theorems. (It's like a "Where's Waldo?" of theorems and postulates.) By contrast, the Jurgensen book may look dry, but the authors conservatively reserve color to bring your attention to the most important information, such as theorems you should memorize. Larson, et al could really learn something from the more "boring" geometry books of years past.

Just do a chapter-by-chapter comparison with the Jurgensen book, and you'll realize how much material is omitted from this book that used to be taught in geometry classes 20 years ago. This book is poorly organized and doesn't even teach basic constructions. Also, the index, glossary, and other reference materials at the back of the book are not very well formatted. Anyone comparing this book with an older geometry book from 15 or 20 years ago will understand why many veteran math teachers bemoan such watered-down textbooks and why so many college freshmen have to take remedial high school mathematics to learn topics they should have covered before entering college.

Furthermore, it weighs a ton! I chalk that up to the number of useless photographs and graphics in it. (I find the quality of a textbook is inversely proportional to the number of fancy pictures in it.) The Jurgensen book packs far more information in it at a fraction of the weight or volume. The book is a prime example of a textbook with a lot of filler and very little meat. In short, I would never recommend this book to a student.
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