Kaufmann and Schwitters have built this textas reputation on clear and concise exposition, numerous examples, and plentiful problem sets. This traditional text consistently reinforces the following common thread: learn a skill; practice the skill to help solve equations; and then apply what you have learned to solve application problems. This simple, straightforward approach has helped many students grasp and apply fundamental problem solving skills necessary for future mathematics courses. Algebraic ideas are developed in a logical sequence, and in an easy-to-read manner, without excessive vocabulary and formalism. The open and uncluttered design helps keep students focused on the concepts while minimizing distractions. Problems and examples reference a broad range of topics, as well as career areas such as electronics, mechanics, and health, showing students that mathematics is part of everyday life. The textas resource packageaanchored by Enhanced WebAssign, an online homework management toolasaves instructors time while also providing additional help and skill-building practice for students outside of class. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.(a) aquot;125x2 (b) aquot;16x4 (c) aquot;8b3 (d) aquot;3y5 (e) aquot;288x6 (f) aquot;28m8 (g) aquot;128c10 (h) aquot;18d7 (i ) aquot;49x2 (j) aquot;80n20 (k) aquot;81h3 Answers to the concept Quiz 1. True 2. True 3. False 4. True 5. True 6. True 7. False 8. False 9. False 10. True As ... In fact, we have used the property for both purposes within the framework of simplifying radicals. ... aquot;2 aquot;2 5 aquot;6 8 aquot;nbc 5 aquot;nb aquot;nc aquot;nb aquot;nc 5 aquot;nbc The following examples demonstrate the use of Property 5.3 to multiply radicals and to express the product in simplest form.

Title | : | Algebra for College Students |

Author | : | Jerome Kaufmann, Karen Schwitters |

Publisher | : | Cengage Learning - 2014-01-01 |

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