I am looking for some kind of a workbook or guide to understanding complex math/algebra. I wish I could give better examples, but the problems I am thinking of are something like this: “Here is an equation, simplify it”. Any suggestions?

Yeah your 5th grade math textbook.

stranger Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I am looking for some kind of a workbook or guide > to understanding complex math/algebra. I wish I > could give better examples, but the problems I am > thinking of are something like this: “Here is an > equation, simplify it”. Any suggestions? I’m sure you can find something on Amazon. You’re description of what types of problems you were looking for were a little vague.

I used the following book when I taught undergrad calculus I/II last year. http://www.amazon.com/Calculus-One-Several-Variables-Ninth/dp/0471231207

Get some royalties razedge?

I’m re-reading a math book right now and it seems to fit your description. “What is Mathematics?: An Elementary Approach to Ideas and Methods” (Oxford paperbacks) (Paperback) by Richard Courant (Author), et al. In any case it’s a good book and has been around for quite some time, reprinted several times, and that shows in a way that it’s a book worth reading. Check Amazon for details.

Not yet dude, its in waiting! storko Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Get some royalties razedge?