Many students now start life and medical science degrees lacking some of the core background knowledge which underpins their studies. Catch Up books are written to bring these students up to speed quickly and easily, enabling them to better understand, and follow, their university courses. The books are presented in an easy-to-use format with a wealth of examples relevant to biology and medicine. Written in a simple, clear and logical manner, they help the reader get to grips with the subject quickly and easily. The books are now widely recommended on undergraduate courses in the life, medical and biomedical sciences and Catch Up Maths a Stats has also found favour with PhD students, researchers and academics who need a quick primer in the subject.Example x-y= 5 and x+2y = can both be solved if x= 2 andy = a 3 13.2 Three ways to solve simultaneous equations We will show three ways to solve simultaneous equations: graphically, by substitution, and by elimination. 13.3 The graphicalanbsp;...
|Title||:||Maths and Stats for the Life and Medical Sciences|
|Author||:||Michael Harris, Gordon Taylor, Jacquelyn Taylor|
|Publisher||:||Scion - 2005-01|