Applying Algebraic Thinking to Data: Concepts and Processes for the Intermediate Algebra Student

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Addison-Wesley, Aug 1, 1997 - Mathematics - 695 pages
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The Series' Approach Incorporating the AMATYC standards, the DeMarois/McGowen/Whitkanack series takes an active-learning approach to Introductory Algebra and Intermediate Algebra, focusing on collaborative work both in and out of class. The problem-solving skills presented in these texts encourage independent learning and emphasize connections among mathematical ideas to help students better understand and build on newly encountered concepts. Through discovery-based techniques, students are encouraged to explore mathematical ideas on the calculator and/or computer before the ideas are discussed in class. This innovative approach helps students make mathematical discoveries, supports small-group work, and reduces the instructor's role as a lecturer.

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Considering Several Models Simultaneously
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CHAPTER 7
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DeMarois is affiliated with William Rainey Harper College.

McGowen is affiliated with William Rainey Harper College.

Whitkanack is affiliated with the Indiana University.

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