# Basic College Mathematics: A Text/Workbook

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Pat McKeagueas passion and dedication to teaching mathematics and his ongoing participation in mathematical organizations provides the most current and reliable textbook series for both instructors and students. When writing a textbook, Pat McKeagueas main goal is to write a textbook that is user-friendly. Students develop a thorough understanding of the concepts essential to their success in mathematics with his attention to detail, exceptional writing style, and organization of mathematical concepts. BASIC COLLEGE MATHEMATICS: A TEXT/WORKBOOK, Third Edition offers a unique and effortless way to teach your course, whether it is a traditional lecture course or a self-paced format. In a lecture-course format, each section can be taught in 45-to-50-minute class sessions, affording instructors a straightforward way to prepare and teach their course. In a self-paced format, Patas proven EPAS approach (Example, Practice Problem, Answer and Solution) moves students through each new concept with ease and assists students in breaking up their problem-solving into manageable steps. The Third Edition of BASIC COLLEGE MATHEMATICS has new features that will further enhance your studentsa learning, including boxed features entitled Improving Your Quantitative Literacy, Getting Ready for Chapter Problems, Section Objectives, and Enhanced and Expanded Review Problems. These features are designed so your can students to practice and reinforce conceptual learning. Furthermore, Enhanced WebAssign for Developmental Math, is an assignable assessment and algorithmic homework system that consists of videos, tutorials and active examples keyed to problem level. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.EXAMPLE 2 2. Expand and simplify: (2a)3 Expand and simplify: (5a)3 SOLUTION We begin by writing the expression as ... Simplify: (5x)3(2x)2 Simplify: (2x)3(4x)2 SOLUTION Proceeding as we have above, we have: (2X)3(4X)2 I (ZX) (2X)anbsp;...

 Title : Basic College Mathematics: A Text/Workbook Author : Charles McKeague Publisher : Cengage Learning - 2010-03-26