Beginning Algebra / Edition 6by Vernon C. Barker, Joanne Lockwood, Richard N. Aufmann
Pub. Date: 06/02/2003
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Company College Division
This text gives first-year algebra students the confidence they need to problem solve and apply algebra to real-world situations. The Aufmann Interactive Approach presents students with at least one matched-pair example per objective. The Example is worked out and the Problem is left for the student to solve, with references to worked-out solutions at the back of the text. Beginning Algebra with Applications also features a complete integrated learning system, in which all lessons, exercises, review tests, and ancillaries are organized around objectives, enhancing course organization for instructors and students.
- End-of-section exercise sets include Project in Mathematics, Chapter Review, Chapter Test, Cumulative Review, and Final Exam.
- Applying Concepts are section-ending problems that promote interpretation, analysis, and critical thinking.
- Calculator coverage includes with optional boxed Calculator Notes and icons to guide students in appropriate calculator usage for Chapter Projects.
- Abundant projects offer instructors more flexibility in assigning long-term work. In addition, Graph Interpretation Projects provide additional practical applications in graph reading.
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- 6.60(w) x 11.20(h) x 0.30(d)
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