Beginning and Intermediate Algebra

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Pearson Prentice Hall, 2004 - Mathematics - 912 pages
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Elayn Martin-Gay's success as a developmental math author starts with a strong focus on mastering the basics through well-written explanations, innovative pedagogy and a meaningful, integrated program of learning resources. The revisions to this edition provide new pedagogy and resources to build reader confidence and help readers develop basic skills and understand concepts. Martin-Gay's 4-step problem solving process-Understand, Translate, Solve and Interpret-is integrated throughout. Also includes new features such as Study Skills Reminders, "Integrated Reviews", and "Concept Checks." For readers interested in learning or revisiting essential skills in beginning and intermediate algebra through the use of lively and up-to-date applications.

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Contents

GRAPHING
150
SYSTEMS OF LINEAR EQUATIONS
233
EXPONENTS AND POLYNOMIALS
287
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