Saxon Publishing Saxon Geometry Kit & DIVE CD-Rom, 1st Edition

Get everything you need for a successful and pain-free year of learning math! This kit includes Saxon's 1st Edition Geometry textbook, solutions manual, and test book, as well as the DIVE Geometry CD-ROM. A balanced, integrated mathematics program that has proven itself a leader in the math teaching field, Saxon Geometry covers triangle congruence, postulates and theorems, surface area and volume, two-column proofs, vector addition, slopes and equations of lines, and other high school geometry concepts.

The DIVE software teaches each Saxon lesson concept step-by-step on a digital whiteboard, averaging about 10-20 minutes in length; because each lesson is stored separately, you can easily move about from lesson-to-lesson as well as maneuver within the lesson you're watching. DIVE teaches the same concepts as Saxon, but does not use the problems given in the text; it cannot be used as a solutions guide.

**Please Note:** This is the third printing and errors to date have been corrected.

**System Requirements:**

- Mac OS 10.3.9-10.4.x
- Windows 98, 2000, ME, XP, Vista
- Quicktime Download Required

**This Kit Includes:**

- Student Textbook, 887 pages (120 lessons), hardcover
- Solutions Manual, 341 pages, softcover, three-ring-punched
- Test Book with answer key, 80 perforated pages, softcover
- DIVE CD-ROM

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I am not sure about the order in which to teach Saxon Math. In school it is Algebra 1, Geometry then Algebra 2. With Saxon I am not sure. Looking for some clarification. Thank you

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I believe that with Saxon Math, you do Algebra I, Algebra II and then Advanced Math. (Geometry, trigonometry and calculus) are taught in the three texts.

Saxon does make a calculus text I think for if you didn't use Saxon for Algebra I and II.

Saxon does make a calculus text I think for if you didn't use Saxon for Algebra I and II.

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JoyArt

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