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Garland Casey

2.0 out of 5 starsThis about WHY not how to do Algebra

Reviewed in the United States on August 3, 2018

There are 8 chapters in the audible edition, the first 4 chapters are spent telling the listener WHY they need to learn Algebra. It is about halfway through the 5th chapter that the narrator even touches on rules of algebra. Once she finally touches on actual Algebraic equations, she merely recites equations without explaining what the equations mean. Finally in the 6th-8th chapters , she explains the true purpose of the book. To lecture students and the parents of students, why they should pay attention in school and why they should study. I listened to the entire 44 minutes, hoping against hope that I might learn something to help me understand basic algebra. No such luck. Because she is the narrator and not the author, she stumbles clumsily over the material.