College Algebra and Trigonometry

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Brooks/Cole Publishing, 1997 - Algebra - 901 pages
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This text provides a thorough treatment of mathematical concepts and techniques that engages students through motivational questions, applications, and examples from the real world. Mathematics is presented in a cultural context that demonstrates the relevancy of math to other areas familiar to students, such as sports, art, cinema, law, literature, politics, and philosophy.

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Contents

FOUNDATIONS AND FUNDAMENTALS
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Number Systems and Estimation
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Introduction to Coordinate Geometry
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