You will also know about the basics of roots and powers. A typical sequence of secondary math courses completed by a college-bound student is: Grade 6 Math > Grade 7 Math > Grade 8 Math > Algebra 1 > Geometry > Algebra 2 > Precalculus. I will definitely look those books up and maybe purchase them when I get to that level. $\endgroup$ – Fyri Aug 25 '12 at 1:43 Fun with Triangles and Other Polygons by David Adler and Nancy Tobin is an incredibly fun book to introduce and teach your students about basic geometry concepts such as triangles, polygons, and angles. Shape Up! Before answering this perfectly, one would need to know your current level of geometric knowledge and what you hope to do with geometry. $\begingroup$ I was asking about a complete high school math self-study list. Most of the high school students buy the Pre-Algebra books to learn about the graphs, equations, inequalities and probabilities. What makes this book so engaging is the hands-on and interactive nature of it. I will try to address all the possibilities. These books include a chapters on the negative numbers, decimals and fractions.

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