This book is a good teaching resource that helps a teacher support students as they discover Euclidean Geometry. Good, deep problem sets and good thinker problems. Not one of these books that swamps kids in a myriad of esoteric theorems.
Sep 30, 2007
BOOK TOO VAGUE
This book offers NO solutions in the back index -- only hints to VERY SELECT problems. So you can't even verify if you worked out the problem right. The teachers' edition doesn't even provide all the answers either ---so our teacher cannot print out copies of the answer key to double check our work!
The book is also very VAGUE. You're spending every free second trying to interpret what the author failed to explain. In addition, at the begining of each section there are examples -- some are self-explainatory, others.. again, the authors failed to show certain steps on how they arrive to a particular answer.
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