Easy Mathematics Step-by-Step

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McGraw Hill Professional, Feb 28, 2012 - Business & Economics - 288 pages
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Take it step-by-step for math success!

The quickest route to learning a subject is through a solid grounding in the basics. So what you won’t find in Easy Mathematics Step-by-Step is a lot of endless drills. Instead, you get a clear explanation that breaks down complex concepts into easy-to-understand steps, followed by highly focused exercises that are linked to core skills--enabling learners to grasp when and how to apply those techniques.

This book features:
  • Large step-by-step charts breaking down each step within a process and showing clear connections between topics and annotations to clarify difficulties
  • Stay-in-step panels show how to cope with variations to the core steps
  • Step-it-up exercises link practice to the core steps already presented
  • Missteps and stumbles highlight common errors to avoid

You can master math as long as you take it Step-by-Step!

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1 Numbers and Operations
2 Integers
3 Exponents

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Sandra Luna McCune, Ph.D. is Regents Professor currently teaching as a mathematics specialist in the Department of Elementary Education at Stephen F. Austin State University. She is also an in-demand statistical/mathematical consultant.

William D. Clark, Ph.D. has been a professor of mathematics at Stephen F. Austin State University for more than 30 years.

William Deangelo Clark is a poet, motivational speaker, author and philosopher. His views have been shaped by his unique blend of life experiences, liberal collegiate studies, religious exposure and urban upbringing. Clark has a passion for helping others through adverse situations. He aspires to help others through sharing his experiences and viewpoints. Clark's goal is to become a guiding light to readers who are in dark places.

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