My web pages give
inanutshell lessons,
together with free unlimited practice and worksheets.
If you want more detail and more exercises, you've come to the right place!
Here are some of my testimonials from over the years.
Here's a review of the original ‘cat’ book, which is embedded in ‘A First Course in Algebra’.
For $10.00, you can purchase the entire text (37 chapters, a single pdf file).
You also get a Table of Contents (
see images below).
When you buy,
you'll receive an email with a download link.
(So, check your email after checking out!)

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Teachers can particularly benefit:

Teachers who purchase the $10.00 pdf file can make as many copies as needed for students.
(Just be sure to preserve the copyright notices.)

The cost for the pdf file is $10.00. That's it.
30 students? $10.00
300 students? $10.00
(I think you get the idea.)
More money in the budget for other fun math stuff.
 Happy principal (loads of money saved).

Happy students:
 Free, unlimited online practice that agrees perfectly with the text.

If teachers use the (free, of course!) randomlygenerated worksheets for quizzes/homework, then student stress levels are greatly diminished.
Students can clickclickclick to be confident they're prepared.
 This book is much less expensive than other algebra books.

The ‘active reading’ exercises (with complete solutions) check that students are ‘getting it’.
Every few paragraphs, students get focused feedback on their comprehension.
 For the paperback version: students can do their exercises right in the book.

If your teacher chooses to implement Algebra Pinball, then students might get an opportunity for
bonus points that reward them for mastering basic skills.
Don't need the algebra part? Only need the original ‘cat’ book? Then
click here.
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact me (Dr. Carol JVF Burns):
This email is a mix of graphics and text
to try and foil spammers (sigh).