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Intended for a graphing required college algebra course, this book, offers an innovative approach to the college. It does not simply reiterate past algebra texts and courses. Rather, it consistently integrates mathematical concepts with real applications to enhance student intuition and understanding. Concentrating on broad mathematical themes, the authors emphasize the unifying concepts and skills used repeatedly in mathematics. Symbolic, graphical, numerical, and verbal skills are continually reinforced throughout the course.When introducing mathematical ideas, the authors move from the concrete to the abstract. The authors' believe that learning is enhanced when students can relate a concept to something in their lives. Hence, mathematical concepts are often introduced through applications that help make the mathematics real to students. Definitions and theorems also become more meaningful to students when they are explained and motivated from an applied perspective. Students see the importance of a topic from a practical and intuitive point of view, with models and applications playing a central part in the learning process. This approach increases both student interest and motivation. Once students are interested and motivated, symbolic concepts and abstractions become more accessible.
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* This book, intended for a college algebra and trigonomety course, is the culmination of many years of teaching experience with the graphing calculator. In it, the authors treat the standard topics of college algebra and trigonometry by solving analytically, confirming graphically, and motivating through applications. * Throughout the first five chapters, the authors present the various classes of functions studied in a standard college algebra and trigonometry text. Chapter One introduces functions and relations, using the linear function as the basis for the presentation. In this chapter, the authors introduce the following approach which is used throughout the next four chapters: after introducing a class of functions, the nature of its graph is examined, then the analytic solution of equations based on that function is discussed. Students are then shown how to provide graphical support for solutions using a graphing calculator. Having established these two methods of solving equations, the authors move on to the analytic methods of solving the associated inequalities. Students then learn how the analytic solutions of these inequalities can also be supported graphically. Finally, once the student has a feel for the particular class of function under consideration, the authors use analytic and graphical methods to solve interesting applications involving that function. * By consistently using this approach with all the different classes of functions, students become aware that the authors are always following the same general procedure, and just applying that procedure to a new kind of function. Throughout the text, the authors emphasize the power of technology but provide numerous warnings on its limitations: the authors stress that it is only through the understanding of mathematical concepts that students can fully appreciate the power of graphing calculators and use technology appropriately.
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* This book is the culmination of many years of teaching experience with the graphing calculator. In it the authors treat the standard topics of precalculus solving analytically, confirming graphically, and motivating through applications. * Throughout the first five chapters, the authors present the various classes of functions studied in a standard precalculus text. Chapter One introduces functions and relations, using the linear function as the basis for the presentation. In this chapter, the authors introduce the following approach which is used throughout the next four chapters: after introducing a class of function the nature of its graph is examined, then the analytic solution of equations based on that functionis discussed. Students are then shown how to provide graphical support for solutions using a graphing calculator. Having established these two methods of solving equations, the authors move on to the analytic methods of solving the associated inequalities. Students then learn how the analytic solutions of these inequalities can also be supported graphically. Finally, once the student has a feel for the particular class of function under consideration, the authors use analytic and graphical methods to solve interesting applications involving that function. * By consistently using this approach with all the different classes of functions, students become aware that the authors are always following the same general procedure, and just applying that procedure to a new kind of function. Throughout the text, the authors emphasize the power of technology but provide numerous warnings on its limitations: the authors stress that it is only through understanding the mathematical concepts that students can fully appreciate the power of graphing calculators and use technology appropriately.
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Continuing their 30-year tradition of excellence, this revision of Lial/Hornsby Intermediate Algebra features the best possible text and supplements package using the most up-to-date strategies to help students succeed. One such strategy, evident in the new table of contents and consistent with current teaching practices, involves the early introduction of graphing lines in a rectangular coordinate system and functions. This organization provides students with increased exposure to basic graphing and function concepts, an integral part of later mathematics courses, throughout their study of intermediate algebra. It also allows the integration of interesting applications featuring real world data in the form of ordered pairs, tables, graphs, and equations. As a natural follow-up to the treatment of linear equations in Chapter 3, systems of linear equations are now presented in Chapter 4. Also consistent with this approach, graphs of quadratic equations are included earlier in the text when quadratic equations are solved rather than with the material on conic sections as in previous editions. The chapter on exponential and logarithmic functions appears earlier as well.If you choose not to cover graphing linear equations and functions earlier as the new edition suggests, you can defer Chapters 3 and 4 and cover them later after either Chapter 6 or 7. Section 5.3 and the material on graphing and functions in Sections 6.1, 6.4, 6.6, and 7.5 can easily be delayed or omitted.
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Continuing their 30-year tradition of excellence, this revision of Lial/Hornsby Intermediate Algebra features the best possible text and supplements package using the most up-to-date strategies to help students succeed. One such strategy, evident in the new table of contents and consistent with current teaching practices, involves the early introduction of graphing lines in a rectangular coordinate system and functions. This organization provides students with increased exposure to basic graphing and function concepts, an integral part of later mathematics courses, throughout their study of intermediate algebra. It also allows the integration of interesting applications featuring real world data in the form of ordered pairs, tables, graphs, and equations. As a natural follow-up to the treatment of linear equations in Chapter 3, systems of linear equations are now presented in Chapter 4. Also consistent with this approach, graphs of quadratic equations are included earlier in the text when quadratic equations are solved rather than with the material on conic sections as in previous editions. The chapter on exponential and logarithmic functions appears earlier as well.If you choose not to cover graphing linear equations and functions earlier as the new edition suggests, you can defer Chapters 3 and 4 and cover them later after either Chapter 6 or 7. Section 5.3 and the material on graphing and functions in Sections 6.1, 6.4, 6.6, and 7.5 can easily be delayed or omitted.
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The Lial/Miller developmental mathematics paperback series has helped thousands of students succeed in math. In keeping with its proven track record, this revision includes an enhanced art program, many new exercises, and three new features: Interpreting Technology, Numbers in the Real World, and Mathematical Connections. In addition, its comprehensive support package of materials and supplements has been fully revised and updated to support both students and instructors, including a "Real to Reel" video series and World Wide Web site (www.mathnotes.com), both new to this edition.
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One of the biggest issues college math instructors face is capturing and keeping student interest. Over the years, John Hornsby has refined a creative solution--bringing the best of Hollywood into his mathematics classroom. Mathematical Ideas applies this same strategy of engaging students through video clips from popular cinema and television to the textbook. Alongside fresh data and tools, this Eleventh Edition uses up-to-the-minute images as well as old favorites of math being done in Hollywood. In addition, examples are clarified with additional annotations, chapter summaries are made more intuitive to aid review, and chapter tests now include specific section references, making it easier for students to refer back to topics that need more attention. With great care and effort, the authors have crafted this new edition to serve the needs of today's students and instructors.
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This special edition of the text provides answers next to text exercises for quick reference, where possible. The remaining answers are found in the answer section.
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Book by Miller, Charles D., Heeren, Vern E., Hornsby, E. John
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The Lial series has helped thousands of students succeed in developmental mathematics through its friendly writing style, numerous realistic examples, extensive problem sets, and complete supplements package. In keeping with its proven track record, this revision includes a new open design, more exercises and applications, and additional features to help both students and instructors succeed.
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Focusing on helping students to develop both the conceptual understanding and the analytical skills necessary to experience success in mathematics, we present each mathematical topic in this text using a carefully developed learning system to actively engage students in the learning process. We have tried to address the diverse needs of today's students through a more open design, updated figures and graphs, helpful features, careful explanations of topics, and a comprehensive package of supplements and study aids. Students will benefit from the text's student-oriented approach. We believe instructors will particularly welcome the new Annotated Instructor's Edition, which provides answers in the margin to almost all exercises, plus helpful Teaching Tips.
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Book by Lial, Margaret L., Hornsby, E. John, Cole, Jeffery A.
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Student's Solution Manual Complete, worked-out solutions are given for odd-numbered exercises and chapter review exercises and all chapter test exercises in a volume available for purchase by students. In addition, a practice chapter test and cumulative review exercises are provided for each chapter. Videotapes A new videotape series has been developed to accompany Trigonometry, Sixth Edition. In a separate lesson for each section of the book, the series covers all objectives, topics, and problem-solving techniques within the text. Interactive Mathematics Tutorial Software with Management System is an innovative package that is objective-based, self-paced, and algorithm driven to provide unlimited opportunity for review and practice.
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