Mathematics is considered to be one of the most difficult subjects to grasp, and having a good textbook is very important.
However, one group of mathematical textbooks designed for primary and secondary education stands out before all others. Saxon Publishers and John Saxon, the creator of the Saxon method, succeeded in creating an excellent guide and supplement to the average and above-average student’s journey through the study of mathematics. While explaining new concepts, Saxon logically dissects mathematical formulas and equations by showing their development. Mathematical terms and proofs are visually described for the student without being too complicated. Through the Saxon textbooks, the student may develop a deeper understanding of mathematics while improving his/her analytical thinking and logical reasoning. “Practice makes perfect” holds true for these textbooks that include a group of problems at the end of each chapter, allowing the student to practice new and old concepts.
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