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PREALGEBRA, 5/e, is a consumable worktext that helps users make the transition from the concrete world of arithmetic to the symbolic world of algebra. The Aufmann team achieves this by introducing variables in Chapter 1 and integrating them throughout the book. This book's strength lies in the Aufmann Interactive Method, which enables users to work with math concepts as they're being introduced. Each set of matched-pair examples is organized around an objective and includes a worked example and a You Try It example for users. In addition, the program emphasizes AMATYC standards, with a special focus on real-sourced data. The Fifth Edition incorporates the hallmarks that make Aufmann developmental books ideal for users: an interactive approach in an objective-based framework; a clear writing style; and an emphasis on problem solving strategies, offering guided learning for both lecture-based and self-paced courses. The authors introduce two new exercises designed to foster conceptual understanding: Interactive Exercises and Think About It exercises.
Table of Contents
|AIM for Success: Getting Started|
|Introduction to Whole Numbers|
|Addition and Subtraction of Whole Numbers|
|Multiplication and Division of Whole Numbers|
|Solving Equations with Whole Numbers|
|The Order of Operations Agreement|
|Focus on Problem Solving: Questions to Ask|
|Projects and Group Activities: Surveys|
|Applications of Patterns in Mathematics|
|Introduction to Integers|
|Addition and Subtraction of Integers|
|Multiplication and Division of Integers|
|Solving Equations with Integers|
|The Order of Operations Agreement|
|Focus on Problem Solving: Drawing Diagrams|
|Projects and Group Activities: Multiplication of Integers|
|Least Common Multiple and Greatest Common Factor|
|Introduction to Fractions|
|Multiplication and Division of Fractions|
|Addition and Subtraction of Fractions|
|Solving Equations with Fractions|
|Exponents, Complex Fractions, and The Order of Operations|
|Focus on Problem Solving: Common Knowledge|
|Projects and Group Activities: Music|
|Using Patterns in Experimentation|
|Decimals And Real Numbers|
|Introduction to Decimals|
|Addition and Subtraction of Decimals|
|Multiplication and Division of Decimals|
|Solving Equations with Decimals|
|Focus on Problem Solving: From Concrete to Abstract|
|Projects and Group Activities: Customer Billing|
|Properties of Real Numbers|
|Variable Expressions in Simplest Form|
|Addition and Subtraction of Polynomials|
|Multiplication of Monomials|
|Multiplication of Polynomials|
|Division of Monomials|
|Verbal Expressions and Variable Expressions|
|Focus on Problem Solving: Look for a Pattern|
|Projects and Group Activities: Multiplication of Polynomials|
|Equations of the Form x + a = b and ax = b|
|Equations of the Form ax + b = c. General First-Degree Equations|
|Translating Sentences into Equations|
|The Rectangular Coordinate System|
|Graphs of Straight Lines|
|Focus on Problem Solving: Making a Table|
|Projects in Mathematics: Collecting, Organizing, and Analyzing Data|
|Measurement And Proportion|
|The Metric System of Measurement|
|Ratios and Rates|
|The U.S. Customary System of Measurement|
|Direct and Inverse Variation|
|Focus on Problem Solving: Relevant Information|
|Projects in Mathematics: Earned Run Average|
|The Basic Percent Equation|
|Percent Increase and Percent Decrease|
|Markup and Discount|
|Simple IntereSt. Focus on Problem Solving: Using a Calculator as a Problem-Solving Tool|
|Projects in Mathematics: Buying a Car|
|Introduction to Geometry|
|Plane Geometric Figures|
|Focus on Problem Solving: Trial and Error|
|Projects in Mathematics: Lines of Symmetry|
|Preparing a Circle Graph|
|Statistics And Probability|
|Introduction to Probability|
|Focus on Problem Solving: Applying Solutions to Other Problems|
|Projects in Mathematics: Random Samples|
|Solutions to You-Try-Its|
|Answers to Odd-Numbered Exercises|
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