Thirteen chapters discuss real numbers; equations, inequalities, and problem solving; graphs and functions; solving systems of linear equations; exponents and polynomials; factoring polynomials; rational expressions; transitions to intermediate algebra; radicals, rational exponents, and complex numbers; quadratic equations and functions; exponential and logarithmic functions; sequences, series, and the binomial theorem; and conic sections. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
This book now offers an integrated program that contains videos, supplements, and multimedia courseware that includes a Companion Website and MathPro Explorer 4.0, where readers can address the variety of styles and backgrounds found in the field of algebra. Emphasizes problem-solving, critical thinking and compelling applications, in a way that readers will find easy to understand. Incorporates many of the features that make the Martin-Gay series so successful?including its accessible writing style and user-friendly accents to the book. KEY This book will appeal to readers who have mastered arithmetic concepts and need a review of, or introduction to, specific algebra topics.