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October 19th, 2019, 09:05 AM   #1
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What are some good Geometry Books to read ?

I am looking for a beginner friendly book that covers basic geometry and trigonometry

I was able to clear a lot of basic doubt with a book like this ,

Homework Helpers Basic Math And Pre Algebra, Denise Szecsei Ph.D

I also have this book with me ,

Geometry and Trigonometry for Calculus A Self-Teaching Guide, Peter H. Selby


Can anyone recommend more good books like these ?

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I would recommend growing problem-solving skills by solving geometry problems (not the test banks). If you know the basics, the rest is easy.
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Thanks for the reply .

I searched through the play store app and found some good books from these same people ,
Homework Helpers , Denise Szecsei

I have decided to buy 3 books from them through play store next week

Looks really good
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