Fair. Good copy for reading, may have heavy page wear with writing textual notes highlighting or be an heavily used ex library copy with library markings, stickers or stamps. Dust jacket or accessories may not be included.
This text is excellent. Easy to read, Geometry, by Ray C. Jurgensen far surpasses the content found in many of today's Geometry textbooks. Each chapter begins with a visual, tied into the subject of the text itself. Exercises are simple, yet effective in teaching the material in print form to readers .Each chapter contains an algebra review, which is a skill that is lacking in most high school geometry students. Each chapter also contains a challenge questions, along with application questions.
I firmly believe that schools and teachers should buy up these texts and use them as supplementary material for Geometry classes in high school. For the money, you cannot find a better book. I would wager, as well, that the books authored by the co-writers, Richard G. Brown, and John W. Jurgensen, would be worth investigating. Good writers flock together, and a well written math textbook is worth its weight in gold.
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