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College Algebra, 2nd Editionby Cynthia Y. Young (Univ. of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida )
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By following a distinctive approach in explaining algebra, College Algebra helps alleviate the readers anxiety toward math. New sections on modeling have been added at the end of each chapter. Sections have been included on Limits and Early Functions. There are also numerous examples integrated throughout the pages to assure that all problem types are represented. These examples contain more detailed annotations using everyday language. This approach encourages readers to develop sound study and problem solving skills.
Table of Contents
|Prerequisites And Review|
|Equations And Inequalities|
|Functions And Their Graphs|
|Polynomial And Rational Functions|
|Exponential And Logarithmic|
|Systems Of Equations And Inequalities|
|Conics And Systems Of Nonlinear Equations And Inequalities|
|Sequences, Series, And Probability|
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