This is the geometry book I settled on for the kids.

**Subtitle**: Seeing, Doing, Understanding

**Published**: my edition in 2003; latest edition in 2017

**Genre**: math textbook

**Length**: 727 pages of text and problems, 780 pages total Continue reading

This is the geometry book I settled on for the kids.

**Subtitle**: Seeing, Doing, Understanding

**Published**: my edition in 2003; latest edition in 2017

**Genre**: math textbook

**Length**: 727 pages of text and problems, 780 pages total Continue reading

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I figured if I was going to try using the Painless Algebra book, I should try the Painless Geometry book.

**Published**: my edition in 2009; latest edition in 2009

**Genre**: math textbook

**Length**: 311 pages Continue reading

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This is the book Mr. Curiosity used for Algebra and Miss Adventure is starting.

**Subtitle**: Expressions, Equations, and Applications

**Published**: originally in 1984; my edition in 1999; most recent edition in 2007

**Genre**: math textbook

**Length**: 721 pages total, 679 pages of text Continue reading

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This was Mr. Curiosity and Miss Adventure’s introduction to algebra.

**Published**: my edition is from 2011, but they have a 4th edition published in 2016

**Genre**: math textbook

**Length**: 297 pages Continue reading

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I knew McKellar had done a few math books in the style of teen magazines, so when I saw this at the library, I picked it up. Miss Adventure is doing some algebra, so I wondered if it would be a useful addition to our homeschooling library.

**Subtitle**: Algebra Exposed!

**Published**: 2010

**Genre**: mathematics nonfiction

**Length**: 397 pages of text, 417 pages with index and answer key Continue reading

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