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Designed to support first-year developmental math students taking an intermediate-level algebra course, this new text offers the hallmark features developed by the best-selling Larson team: abundant high-quality applications, the use of real data, the integration of visualization (many figures and graphs) throughout, and extensive opportunities for self-assessment. The authors' goal is for students to come away from the course with a firm understanding of algebra and how it functions as a modern modeling language. What You Should Learnorients students to each section by listing the main objectives. Why You Should Learn Itprovides a motivational explanation for learning the given objectives. What Did You Learn?following each chapter highlights key mathematical terms and concepts. Integrated Review Exercisesappear before section exercises in every section. Eduspace, powered by Blackboard, for the Larson/HostetlerAlgebra for College Studentscourse features algorithmic exercises, test bank content in question pools, an online study guide, interactive tutorials for appropriate sections and video explanations.