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Are Cengage Mathematics Books good for IIT Prep? If so , is the Cengage New pattern Mathematics Good???? Is it better than Arihant New pattern Mathematics ???

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Dear Adi Sam,


Yes. Cengage Mathematics books are good for IIT-JEE preparation.


I have tried these books and the quality & quantity of the problems are good but I would like you to go for Arihant if you want to choose between the two of them because Arihant has been in this coaching students for quite a long time and I would recommend you to be with the best !!


 


Hope this information helped you immensely..


All the very Best & Good luck to you ..


 


Best Regards,


AskIITians Expert,


Godfrey Classic Prince


IIT-M


 


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