Algebra for College Students
Algebra for College Students is designed to provide students with the algebra background needed for further college-level mathematics courses. The unifying theme of this text is the development of the skills necessary for solving equations and inequalities, followed by the application of those skills to solving applied problems. The primary goal in writing the third edition of Algebra for College Students has been to retain the features that made the second edition so successful, while incorporating the comments and suggestions of second-edition users. As always, the author endeavors to write texts that your students can read, understand, and enjoy, while gaining confidence in their ability to use mathematics. While the essence of the text remains, the topics have been rearranged to reflect the current needs of instructors and students.
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absolute value algebra augmented matrix binomial Calculator Close-Up Check coefficient common factor complete sentences complex fraction complex numbers compound inequality cost Cramer's rule cube determine Distributive property divide equations in three equivalent Evaluate Example EXERCISES Reading Explain your answer feet FIGURE FOR EXERCISE Find the slope formula Gauss-Jordan elimination GETTING MORE INVOLVED graphing calculator Helpful Hint integers intersection inverse invested length linear equations linear inequality Multiply each side negative exponents nonzero real numbers numerator and denominator ordered pairs original equation perfect square trinomial perpendicular polynomial function positive product rule quadratic equation quotient rule radicals rational expressions rational numbers reading this section real numbers satisfy scientific notation shown in Fig slope-intercept form solution set Solve each problem Solve each system Study Tip substitution subtract synthetic division theorem three variables True or false vertex WARM-UPS True width Writing After reading y-intercept