Prentice Hall's Reference to Mathematics: A Guide for Everyday Math / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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Prentice Hall's Reference to Mathematics: A Guide for Everyday Math is intended to be the resource for mathematical concepts. It will help you feel empowered to accomplish whatever you want, without the fear mathematics will hold you back.
A mathematics handbook, like a dictionary, should be part of every home, school, and workplace. Too often when we need to use or understand a mathematical procedure we haven't used in a long time, we end up remembering just bits and pieces of the procedure. Prentice Hall's Reference to Mathematics: A Guide for Everyday Math is designed to help fill in the gaps. This resource was developed in response to the many requests from returning students, working adults, and teachers who have been frustrated with the limited resources available when trying to learn or review a mathematical process.
Prentice Hall's Reference to Mathematics: A Guide for Everyday Math is intended to be a comprehensive math resource for accomplishing your goals and tasks that require the use of mathematics. This guide includes mathematical concepts for:
- Step-by-step processes
- Worked-out examples with explanatory comments
- Tips for shortcuts
- Cross-referencing of related topics
- Extensive Glossary/Index
- Calculator and technology usage
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Table of Contents
4. Integers and Signed Numbers.
5. Irrational Numbers and Real Numbers.
II. EQUATIONS AND FORMULAS.
8. Graphing Linear Equations.
9. Slope and Distance.
10. Linear and Absolute Value Inequalities.
11. Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities.
12. Powers and Polynomials.
13. Products and Factors.
14. Roots and Radicals.
15. Solving Quadratic and Higher-Degree Equations.
16. Rational Expressions, Equations, and Inequalities.
17. Exponential and Logarithmic Equations.
III. MEASUREMENT AND GEOMETRY.
19. Perimeter, Area, and Volume.
20. Lines, Angles, and Polygons.
IV. STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY.