Workbook to review algebra/trig/etc. before physics and MCAT?

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Does anyone have any recommendations for a book that I can use to brush up on algebra, trig, logarithms, etc.? I am going to be taking Physics I & II this summer and starting to study for my 9/11 MCAT, but haven't had any math (besides stats) since AP Calc AB four years ago.

I found a couple books in the local bookstore, but none seem to have a substantial number of practice problems.

Thanks in advance!
 

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Trig: Useful for calculating normal forces. Know the quick and dirty conversions for sin/cos/tan of 0 to 180 degrees.

Algebra: Um... I guess if you have a really complicated gen chem solubility product and/or Henderson-Hasselbalch.

Logs: Useful for half-lives and obviously pH/pK. Know how the log scale works.

Calculus: Used in physics. Remember kinematic equations.