So math wasn't your best subject. And maybe you haven't used it so much since then---perhaps, you're even been intentionally avoiding it! You don't have to love it, but you can put your math-phobia to rest with Basic Math Refresher: Everyday Math for Everyday People. Examples, practice problems, and explained solutions will help you master addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, decimals, rounding, percentages, fractions, averages, sales tax, discounts, measurements and graphs. 245 pages with glossary, softcover.
Do You Need Extra Help with Math?
Then REA’s Basic Math Refresher is perfect for you!
Updated Second Edition
REA’s newest edition of our popular Basic Math Refresher
helps students and adults refresh their math knowledge in a fast and easy-to-understand format. It’s everyday math for everyday people.
Citing real-life situations and using hundreds of example problems, Stephen Hearne’s Basic Math Refresher
is perfect for anyone who needs to grasp the concepts of basic mathematics. It’s a fast and easy way to learn basic math!
This handy reference book explains the basics of commonly used math topics,
including addition, decimals, percentages, fractions, averages, sales tax, and more. It’s a great tool to have on hand when preparing for homework, quizzes, or exams. If you are an adult who wants to brush up on your math skills you’ll find it an easy-to-use resource.
The book includes hundreds of math examples solved step-by-step
and a glossary of must-know math terms. Each chapter is devoted to a specific math topic and explains basic math functions in a simple style. Numerous examples show students and adults how to solve math problems quickly and correctly.Basic Math Refresher
is an excellent classroom reference book and/or textbook supplement.
The easy-to-follow format is perfect for middle school, high school, and college students who need a simple math refresher. Adults who need help with basic math will view it as a practical guide to math concepts they have forgotten or never fully grasped in school.If you’re math phobic, or just need to refresh your math skills, this book is for you!
Stephen Hearne, Ph.D. is currently a professor at Skyline College in San Bruno, California, where he teaches Quantitative Reasoning among other subjects. For the past 20 years, Dr. Hearne has tutored students of all ages in math, algebra, statistics, and test preparation. He prides himself on being able to make the complex simple.