*From*: Scott Howell <s.howell@xxxxxxxxxxx>*To*: blindcooltech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx*Date*: Tue, 17 Jan 2006 04:18:47 -0500

`Folks, don't think I asked this here before, but if I did, well write
it off as my failing memory. I've been trying to figure out how to
deal with math courses at the college level. I've managed thus far to
do most of it in my head, but having a book would be helpful, but
most books are no longer available in braille for the most part. I'm
getting old so keeping all this in my head isn't as good as when I
was young, but I want to finish my degree before I get to old and
math is not only my strong point, but its holding me up rom finishing.
So, what do most folk do, are there any really good book that explain
therory which I need. See Ican't just take someones word for how to
solve a problem, I want to know the why which has always been a
problem for me. I need to know why in order to work the problems. I'm
interested in algebra and geometry. Any advice or book titles
appreciated.`

tnx

Scott

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