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Book: Intermediate Algebra - Mathematics

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MAT 060
Book:  Algebra Foundations: Prealgebra, Introductory Algebra & Intermediate Algebra
Author: Martin-Gay 1/e
Publisher: Pearson
Copyright: 2015
Textbook and access card: ISBN: 9780136453017
Access Card Only: 9780135333006

MAT 070
Book:  Algebra Foundations: Prealgebra, Introductory Algebra & Intermediate Algebra
Author: Martin-Gay 1/e
Publisher: Pearson
Copyright: 2015
Textbook and access card: ISBN: 9780136453017
Access Card Only: 9780135333006

MAT 080
Book:  Geometry
Author: Charles/Hall/Basia/Kennedy
Publisher: Pearson
Copyright: 2010
Book and Package ISBN-10: 1256153338
MyLabsPlus Standalone Access Code: 1323135510

MAT 085
Book:  Intermediate Algebra For General Education
Publisher: Pearson
Textbook and Access Code: 9780136583516
Stand Alone Access Card: 9780136443162

MAT 092
Book:  Algebra Foundations: Prealgebra, Introductory Algebra & Intermediate Algebra
Author: Martin-Gay 1/e
Publisher: Pearson
Copyright: 2015
Textbook and access card: ISBN: 9780136453017
Access Card Only: 9780135333006

MAT 095
Book:  Algebra Foundations: Prealgebra, Introductory Algebra & Intermediate Algebra
Author: Martin-Gay 1/e
Publisher: Pearson
Copyright: 2015
Textbook and access card: ISBN: 9780136453017
Access Card Only: 9780135333006

MAT 102
Book: Math for Meds:  Dosages and Solutions  11th Ed.
Author: Anna Curren and Margaret Witt
Publisher: Cengage
Text with Web Site Access Card ISBN:  1111540918
Copyright: 2015

MAT 111
Book: Business Mathematics [e-version only no harcopy]
Author: Cleaves & Hobbs 11/e
Publisher: Pearson
Copyright: 2018
Text with A/C MML/MSL SIMP Access Card - ISBN-10: 1323045090
MyLabsPlus Standalone Access Code:  1323744398

MAT 114/MAT 116
Book: College Mathematics
Author: Cleaves and Hobbs 9/e
Publisher: Pearson
Copyright: 2014
Text with MML Access Code: ISBN-10: 1323108947
MyLabsPlus Standalone Access Code: 1323135510

MAT 122 
Book: PreCalculus
Author: Blitzer 6/e
Publisher: Pearson
Copyright: 2018
Text with MyMathLab Access Code: ISBN 10:  1323746501
MyLabsPlus Standalone Access Code: 1323658602

MAT 125
Book:  Thinking Mathematically
Author: Blitzer 7/e
Publisher: Pearson
Copyright: 2019
Standalone access code:�

MAT 128
Book: A Problem Solving Approach to Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers
Author: Billstein/Libeskind/Lott 12/e
Publisher: Pearson
Copyright: 2015
Text with MyMathLab Access Code: ISBN 10:  1323109129
MyLabsPlus Standalone Access Code: 1323135510

MAT 129
Book: A Problem Solving Approach to Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers
Author: Billstein/Libeskind/Lott 12/e
Publisher: Pearson
Copyright: 2015
Text with MyMathLab Access Code: ISBN 10:  1323109129
MyLabsPlus Standalone Access Code: 1323135510

MAT 131
Book: Elementary Statistics
Author: Larson 7/e
Publisher: Pearson
Copyright: 2019
Text with MyLabsPlus Access Code: 9780136526360
MyLabsPlus Standalone Access Code: 9781323901083

MAT 140
Book: PreCalculus
Author: Blitzer 6/e
Publisher: Pearson
Copyright: 2018
Text with MyMathLab Access Code: ISBN 10:  1323746501
MyLabsPlus Standalone Access Code: 1323658602

MAT 143
Book: College Mathematics for Business, Economics, Life Sciences and Social Sciences 14/e
Author: Barnett, Ziegler, Byleen & Stocker
Publisher: Pearson
Copyright: 2019
Text with MyMathLab Access Code: ISBN 10:
MyLabsPlus Standalone Access Code: 9781323917572

MAT 144
Book: Discrete Mathematics with Applications
Author: Rosen
Publisher: McGraw- Hill
Copyright: 2019
E-book: ISBN-13: 9781260262759

E-book:  ISBN-13:  9781111564124

MAT 149
Book: PreCalculus
Author: Blitzer 6/e
Publisher: Pearson
Copyright: 2018
Text with MyMathLab Access Code: ISBN 10:  1323746501
MyLabsPlus Standalone Access Code: 1323658602
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ISBN: 0134470109

MAT 180
Book: College Mathematics for Business, Economics, Life Sciences and Social Sciences 14/e
Author: Barnett, Ziegler, Byleen & Stocker
Publisher: Pearson
Copyright: 2019
Text with MyMathLab Access Code: ISBN 10:
MyLabsPlus Standalone Access Code: 9781323917572

MAT 190
Book: Business Statistics:  A Decision Making Approach, 10/e
Author: Groebner, Shannon and Fry
Publisher: Pearson
Copyright: 2018
Text with MyLabsPlus Access Code: ISBN-10:  132374648X
MyLabsPlus Standalone Access Code: 132374438X

MAT 250
Book: Calculus, Early Transcendentals
Author: Briggs 3/e
Publisher: Pearson Custom Publishing
Copyright: 2019
Standalone access code ISBN: 9780137326648

MAT 251/MAT 252
Book: Calculus Early Transcendentals Volume 2
(Custom Book for Oakton Community College)
Author: Briggs & Cochran 2/e
Publisher: Pearson Custom Publishing
Copyright: 2015
Text only ISBN-10: 1269868071
Text with MyLabsPlus Access Code: ISBN-10:  126986825X
MyLabsPlus Standalone Access Code:  1323135510

MAT 260
Book: Linear Algebra and Its Applications
Author: Lay 5/e
Publisher: Pearson
Copyright: 2015
Text with MyLabs Access Code: 1323099476
MyLabsPlus Standalone Access Code: 1323135510

MAT 262
DO NOT purchase hardcopy of book UNTIL you have discussed information below with the instructor.

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Intermediate Algebra

  • Author : Laura Bracken
  • Publisher : Cengage Learning
  • Release Date : 2013-01-08
  • Genre: Mathematics
  • Pages : 1040
  • ISBN 10 : 9781285400020

Intermediate Algebra offers a practical approach to the study of intermediate algebra concepts, consistent with the needs of today's student. The authors help students to develop a solid understanding of functions by revisiting key topics related to functions throughout the text. They put special emphasis on the worked examples in each section, treating them as the primary means of instruction, since students rely so heavily on examples to complete assignments. The applications (both within the examples and exercises) are also uniquely designed so that students have an experience that is more true to life--students must read information as it appears in headline news sources and extract only the relevant information needed to solve a stated problem. The unique pedagogy in the text focuses on promoting better study habits and critical thinking skills along with orienting students to think and reason mathematically. Through Intermediate Algebra, students will not only be better prepared for future math courses, they will be better prepared to solve problems and answer questions they encounter in their own lives. Available with InfoTrac Student Collections http://gocengage.com/infotrac. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.


Intermediate Algebra

Math 0110 is a preparatory course for college algebra that carries no credit towards any baccalaureate degree. However, the grade received in Math 0110 does count towards a student’s overall GPA. The course covers operations with real numbers, graphs of functions, domain and range of functions, linear equations and inequalities, quadratic equations operations with polynomials, rational expressions, exponents and radicals equations of lines. Emphasis is also put on problem-solving.

Textbook and Course Materials:

  • MML AUTO ACCESS - Required
  • INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA WORKBOOK – Custom Edition - Required – A manual containing an outline of class notes.
  • TEXTBOOK – Recommended - Intermediate Algebra by Martin-Gay, 7th edition.

Sections Covered

Section 1.2 Algebraic expressions and Sets of Numbers

  • Identify and evaluate algebraic expressions.
  • Identify natural numbers, whole numbers, integers, and rational and irrational numbers.
  • Find the absolute value of a number.
  • Find the opposite of a number.
  • Write phrases as algebraic expressions.

Section 1.3 Operations on Real Numbers and Order of Operations

  • Add and subtract real numbers.
  • Multiply and divide real numbers.
  • Evaluate expressions containing exponents.
  • Find roots of numbers.
  • Use the order of operations.
  • Evaluate algebraic expressions.

Section 1.4 Properties of Real Numbers and Algebraic Expressions

  • Use operation and order symbols to write mathematical sentences.
  • Identify identity numbers and inverses.
  • Identify and use the commutative, associative, and distributive properties.
  • Write algebraic expressions.
  • Simplify algebraic expressions.

Section 2.1 Linear Equations in One Variable

  • Solve linear equations using properties of equality.
  • Solve linear equations that can be simplifies by combining like terms.
  • Solve linear equations containing fractions or decimals.
  • Recognize identities and equations with no solutions.

Section 2.2 An Introduction to Problem Solving

  • Write algebraic expressions that can be simplified.
  • Apply the steps for problems solving.

Section 2.3 Formulas and Problem Solving

Section 2.4 Linear Inequalities and Problem Solving

  • Use interval notation.
  • Solve linear inequalities using the addition property of inequality.
  • Solve linear inequalities using the multiplication and the addition properties of inequality.
  • Solve problems that can be modeled by linear inequalities.

Section 2.5 Compound Inequalities

  • Find the intersections of two sets.
  • Solve compound inequalities containing and.
  • Find the union of two sets.
  • Solve compound inequalities containing or.

Section 2.6 Compound Inequalities

Section 2.7 Absolute Value Inequalities

  • Solve absolute value inequalities of the form |x|<a.
  • Solve absolute value inequalities of the form |x|>a.

Section 3.1 Graphing Equations

  • Plot ordered pairs.
  • Determine whether an ordered pair of numbers is a solution of an equation in two variables.
  • Graph linear equations.
  • Graph nonlinear equations.

Section 3.2 Introduction to Functions

  • Define relation, domain, and range.
  • Identify functions.
  • Use the vertical line test for functions.
  • Use function notation.

Section 3.3 Graphing Linear Functions

  • Graph linear functions.
  • Graph linear functions by using intercepts.
  • Graph vertical and horizontal lines.

Section 3.4 The Slope of a Line

  • Find the slope of a line given two points on the line.
  • Find the slope of a line given the equation of the line.
  • Interpret the slope-intercept form in an application.
  • Find the slopes of horizontal and vertical lines.
  • Compare the slopes of parallel and perpendicular lines.

Section 3.5 Equations of Lines

  • Graph a line using its slope and intercept.
  • Use the slope-intercept form to write the equation of a line.
  • Use the point-slope form to write the equations of a line.
  • Write equations of vertical and horizontal lines.
  • Find equations of parallel and perpendicular lines.

Section 4.1 Solving Systems of Linear Equations in Two Variables

  • Determine whether an ordered pair is a solution of a system of two linear equations.
  • Solve a system by graphing.
  • Solve a system by substitution.
  • Solve a system by elimination.

Section 4.3 Systems of Linear Equations and Problem Solving

  • Solve problems that can be modeled by a system of two linear equations.
  • Solve problems with cost and revenue functions.
  • Solve problems that can be modeled by a system of three linear equations.

Section 5.1 Exponents

  • Use the product rule for exponents.
  • Evaluate expressions raised to the 0 power.
  • Use the quotient rule for exponents.
  • Evaluate expressions raised to the negative nth power.
  • Convert between scientific notation and standard notation.

Section 5.2 More work with exponents

  • Use the power rules for exponents.
  • Use exponent rules and definitions to simplify exponential expressions.
  • Compute using scientific notation.

Section 5.3 Polynomials and Polynomial Functions

  • Identify term, constant, polynomial, monomial, binomial, trinomial, and the degree of a term and of a polynomial.
  • Define polynomial functions.
  • Review combining like terms.
  • Add polynomials.
  • Subtract polynomials.
  • Recognize the graph of a polynomial function from the degree of the polynomial.

Section 5.4 Multiplying Polynomials

  • Multiply two polynomials.
  • Multiply binomials.
  • Square binomials.
  • Multiply the sum and difference of two terms.
  • Multiply three or more polynomials.
  • Evaluate polynomial functions.

Section 5.5 The Greatest Common Factoring and Factoring by Grouping

  • Identify the GCF.
  • Factor out the GCF of a polynomial’s terms.
  • Factor polynomials by grouping.

Section 5.6 Factoring Trinomials

  • Factor trinomials of the form .
  • Factor trinomials of the form .
  • Factor by substitution.

Section 5.7 Factoring by Special Products

  • Factor a perfect square trinomial.
  • Factor the difference of two squares.
  • Factor the sum or difference of two cubes.

Section 5.8 Solving Equations by Factoring

  • Solve polynomial equations by factoring.
  • Solve problems that can be modeled by polynomial equations.
  • Find the x-intercept of a polynomial function.

Section 6.1 Rational Functions and Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions

  • Find the domain of a rational expression.
  • Simplify rational expressions.
  • Multiply rational expressions.
  • Divide rational expressions.
  • Use rational functions in applications.

Section 6.2 Adding and subtracting Rational Expressions

  • Add or subtract rational expressions with a common denominator.
  • Identify the least common denominator (LCD) of two or more rational expressions.
  • Add or subtract rational expressions with unlike denominators.

Section 6.3 Simplifying Complex Fractions

  • Simplify complex fractions by simplifying the numerator and denominator and then dividing.
  • Simplify complex fractions by multiplying by a common denominator.
  • Simplify expressions with negative exponents.

Section 6.5 Solving Equations containing Rational Expressions


Review Guides, Supplemental Material, etc.

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Instructional Materials

The textbook listed below is required for this course.

Intermediate Algebra Math 0314(Custom edition by McGraw Hill Publishing).

ISBN: 978-1-26-08492-40 (textbook and access code)

ISBN: 978-1-26-08492-57 (access code with e-book)

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Other Instructional Resources

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The HCC Library System Consists of 9 libraries and 6 electronic resources centers (ERCs) that are inviting places to study and collaborate on projects. Librarians are available both at the libraries and online to show you how to locate and use the resources you need. The libraries maintain a large selection of electronic resources as well as collections of books, magazines, newspapers, and audiovisual materials. The portal to all libraries resources and services is the HCCS library web page at http://library.hccs.edu

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Math 0314: Intermediate Algebra is a developmental math course whose topics include factoring techniques, radicals, algebraic fractions, absolute values, complex numbers, graphing linear equations and inequalities, quadratic equations, systems of equations, graphing quadratic equations and an introduction to functions. Emphasis is placed on algebraic techniques needed in order to successfully complete Math 1314: College Algebra. A departmental final examination must be passed with a score of 60% or more in order to pass the course.

Core Curriculum Objectives (CCOs)

Given the rapid evolution of necessary knowledge and skills and the need to take into account global, national, state, and local cultures, the core curriculum must ensure that students will develop the essential knowledge and skills they need to be successful in college, in a career, in their communities, and in life. Through the Texas Core Curriculum, students will gain a foundation of knowledge of human cultures and the physical and natural world, develop principles of personal and social responsibility for living in a diverse world, and advance intellectual and practical skills that are essential for all learning.

  • Critical Thinking Skills: to include creative thinking, innovation, inquiry, and analysis, evaluation and synthesis of information.
  • Communication Skills: to include effective development, interpretation and expression of ideas through written, oral and visual communication.
  • Empirical and Quantitative Skills: to include the manipulation and analysis of numerical data or observable facts resulting in informed conclusions

Program Student Learning Outcomes (PSLOs)

During courses in the developmental math program students will

  1. Engage in problem solving strategies, such as organizing information, drawing diagrams, and modeling.
  2. Use symbolic representations to solve problems. This includes manipulating formulas, solving equations, and graphing lines.
  3. Learn the foundational mathematical skills that will enable a student to successfully complete a college level math course.

Course Student Learning Outcomes (CSLOs)

Upon completion of MATH 0314, the student will be able to:

  1. Define, represent, and perform operations on real and complex numbers.
  2. Recognize, understand, and analyze features of a function.
  3. Recognize and use algebraic (field) properties, concepts, procedures (including factoring), and algorithms to combine, transform, and evaluate absolute value, polynomial, radical, and rational expressions.
  4. Identify and solve absolute value, polynomial, radical, linear and rational equations.
  5. Identify and solve absolute value and linear inequalities.
  6. Model, interpret and justify mathematical ideas and concepts using multiple representations.
  7. Connect and use multiple strands of mathematics in situations and problems, as well as in the study of other disciplines.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of MATH 0314, the student will be able to:

  1. add, subtract, multiply and divide polynomials
  2. factor polynomials
  3. multiply and divide rational expressions
  4. simplify complex fractions
  5. solve equations involving rational expressions
  6. simplify expressions involving rational exponents
  7. solve radical equations
  8. add, subtract, multiply and divide complex numbers
  9. solve quadratic equations by factoring, completing the square, quadratic formula and square root property
  10. solve one-variable linear equations and inequalities
  11. solve absolute value equations
  12. solve absolute value inequalities
  13. graph linear equations in two variables
  14. find the slope of a line & write its equation
  15. solve a 2 × 2 linear system of equations by the substitution and addition methods
  16. graph quadratic functions
  17. solve word problems
  18. recognize functional notation & evaluate functions

Text Book: Intermediate Algebra Math 0314

McGraw Hill Custom Publishing: 2019

Course Outline: The lecture schedule contained in this outline is suggested for your usage. Instructors are free to modify the schedule to meet their needs. However, all the sections listed below must be covered. It is suggested that the even numbered problems be used as examples in class and allow the students to practice the odd numbered problems for homework.


Beginning and Intermediate Algebra

Beginning and Intermediate Algebra was designed to reduce textbook costs to students while not reducing the quality of materials. This text includes many detailed examples for each section along with several problems for students to practice and master concepts. Complete answers are included for students to check work and receive immediate feedback on their progress.

Topics covered include: pre-algebra review, solving linear equations, graphing linear equations, inequalities, systems of linear equations, polynomials, factoring, rational expressions and equations, radicals, quadratics, and functions including exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric.

Each lesson also includes a World View Note which describes how the lesson fits into math history and into the world, including China, Russia, Central America, Persia, Ancient Babylon (present day Iraq) and more.

  • PDF. A Portable Document Format (PDF) file is can be opened using the free Acrobat Reader. It is not an editable format.
  • Chapter 0: Pre-Algebra
    • 0.1 Integers
    • 0.2 Fractions
    • 0.3 Order of Operations
    • 0.4 Properties of Algebra
    • 1.1 One-Step Equations
    • 1.2 Two-Step Equations
    • 1.3 General Linear Equations
    • 1.4 Solving with Fractions
    • 1.5 Formulas
    • 1.6 Absolute Value Equations
    • 1.7 Variation
    • 1.8 Application: Number/Geometry
    • 1.9 Application: Age
    • 1.10 Application: Distance
    • 2.1 Points and Lines
    • 2.2 Slope
    • 2.3 Slope-Intercept Form
    • 2.4 Point-Slope Form
    • 2.5 Parallel & Perpendicular Lines
    • 3.1 Solve and Graph Inequalities
    • 3.2 Compound Inequalities
    • 3.3 Absolute Value Inequalities
    • 4.1 Graphing
    • 4.2 Substitution
    • 4.3 Addition/Elimination
    • 4.4 Three Variables
    • 4.5 Application: Value Problems
    • 4.6 Application: Mixture Problems
    • 5.1 Exponent Properties
    • 5.2 Negative Exponents
    • 5.3 Scientific Notation
    • 5.4 Introduction to Polynomials
    • 5.5 Multiply Polynomials
    • 5.6 Multiply Special Products
    • 5.7 Divide Polynomials
    • 6.1 Greatest Common Factor
    • 6.2 Grouping
    • 6.3 Trinomials where a=1
    • 6.4 Trinomials where a _1
    • 6.5 Factoring Special Products
    • 6.6 Factoring Strategy
    • 6.7 Solve by Factoring
    • 7.1 Reduce Rational Expressions
    • 7.2 Multiply and Divide
    • 7.3 Least Common Denominator
    • 7.4 Add and Subtract
    • 7.5 Complex Fractions
    • 7.6 Proportions
    • 7.7 Solving Rational Equations
    • 7.8 Application: Dimensional Analysis
    • 8.1 Square Roots
    • 8.2 Higher Roots
    • 8.3 Adding Radicals
    • 8.4 Multiply and Divide Radicals
    • 8.5 Rationalize Denominators
    • 8.6 Rational Exponents
    • 8.7 Radicals of Mixed Index
    • 8.8 Complex Numbers
    • 9.1 Solving with Radicals
    • 9.2 Solving with Exponents
    • 9.3 Completing the Square
    • 9.4 Quadratic Formula
    • 9.5 Build Quadratic from Roots
    • 9.6 Quadratic in Form
    • 9.7 Application: Rectangles
    • 9.8 Application: Teamwork
    • 9.9 Simultaneous Products
    • 9.10 Application: Revenue and Distance
    • 9.11 Graphs of Quadratics
    • 10.1 Function Notation
    • 10.2 Operations on Functions
    • 10.3 Inverse Functions
    • 10.4 Exponential Functions
    • 10.5 Logarithmic Functions
    • 10.6 Application: Compound Interest
    • 10.7 Trigonometric Functions
    • 10.8 Inverse Trigonometric Functions

    • Student Solutions Manual. Worked out solutions for selected exercises
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    There is also a student solutions manual that can be downloaded or purchased.

    There is also a self-study course based on this text available on MyOpenMath for students studying on their own.


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    Intermediate Algebra written by Lynn Marecek cover the following topics.
    1. Foundations
    2. Solving Linear Equations
    3. Graphs and Functions
    4. Systems of Linear Equations
    5. Polynomials and Polynomial Functions
    6. Factoring
    7. Rational Expressions and Functions
    8. Roots and Radicals
    9. Quadratic Equations and Functions
    10. Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
    11. Conics
    12. Sequences, Series and Binomial Theorem
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      • Pre-made section-level homework assignments.
      • Updated!How Am I Doing?” mid-chapter reviews have been moved from the text to MyMathLab and let students pause at critical junctures to make sure they are "getting it." Pre-made “How Am I Doing?” mid-chapter review homework assignments make it easy for instructors to assign these mid-chapter reviews. Plus there is also a pre-made end-of-chapter review homework.
      • A pre-made pre- and post-test for every chapter, and a pre-made chapter review quiz.
      • Expanded! Guided Questions break problems into multiple steps and guide students through solutions, helping them understand not only the steps involved, but the reasoning behind them. This exercise type is used in the Quick Quizzes and Math Coach questions.
      • Assignable Quick Quiz exercisesare available for every section. There are four Quick Quiz Exercises per section the first three questions are skill-oriented, and the fourth question is a Concept Check that utilizes the Guided Question exercise typeto help ensure students understand the conceptual connections for the section.
      • Math Coach exercises are available for every chapter, and pre-built Math Coach Homework Assignments make it easy for instructors to assign the entire Math Coach feature to help students with the most difficult concepts in the chapter.
        • These are based on Math Coach problems in the text, which follow each Chapter Test, and provide students with a personal office-hour experience by walking them through some helpful hints to keep them from making common errors on test problems.
        • Math Coach Videos offer additional help by showing the authors working out the problems.
        • The Math Coach exercises in MyMathLab use the Guided Question exercise type, and feature the Math Coach Videos as learning aids. There are even more assignable Math Coach exercises with this edition!
        • Students can also use the accompanying Video Workbook with the Math Coach to follow along with the videos and for extra practice.
        • Math-Reading Connections, including topics such as Using Word Clues and Looking for Patterns.
        • Study Skills, including topics such as Time Management and Preparing for and Taking Exams.
        • College Success, including topics such as College Transition and Online Learning.
        • Instructors can assign these videos and/or activities as media assignments, along with pre-built post-tests to make sure students learn and understand how to improve their skills in these areas. Instructors can integrate these assignments with their traditional MyMathLab homework assignments to incorporate student success topics into their course as they deem appropriate.

        Students will find many opportunities to check and reinforce their understanding of concepts throughout each chapter:

        • NEW! Career Explorations have been integrated throughout the text and MyMathLab course, enabling students to personally investigate future career options while helping to answer the common question, “When will I ever use this math in the future?”
          • Each chapter starts with a Career Opportunities feature that puts the math into context and ends with multiple Career Exploration Problems that are also assignable in MyMathLab.
          • UPDATED! Many of the exercises throughout the text have been refreshed, and all of the real-world application problems have been updated.
          • A Concept Check question at the end of each Quick Quiz asks students to explain in their own words how and why a method works, forcing them to analyze problems and reflect on the mathematical concepts. All of these are assignable in MyMathLab, and the Concept Check question utilizes the Guided Exercise type.
          • Classroom Quizzes in the Annotated Instructor's Edition parallel every Quick Quiz, which allows instructors to quickly assess the understanding of the class at any point in the chapter.
            • Chapter Organizers summarize the chapter topics, procedures, and corresponding examples all in one place to simplify chapter review. A ”You Try It” column provides another opportunity for practice.
            • Assessment Checkboxes on the “How Am I Doing?”Chapter Test encourage students to check their work. If students need extra help on any test problems, they can watch the Chapter Test Prep Videos, where all test solutions are worked out on video.
              • The Math Coach follows every chapter test and provides helpful hints and coaching on the most difficult concepts and exercise types in that particular chapter. Examples similar to the Math Coach problems have been noted throughout the chapter with side-by-side examples and practice problems that encourage students to try the practice problem on the spot. Students can have an office-hour experience with the authors when they watch the authors solve these key problem types on the Math Coach Videos. These exercises and videos are all assignable in MyMathLab, including bonus exercises that have been newly added to the MyMathLab course they utilize the Guided Exercise type.
              • The Use Math to Save Money feature in the text gives practical, realistic examples in every chapter of how students can use math to cut costs and spend less. Topics were selected based on a survey of more than 1,000 developmental math students. There are accompanying Use Math to Save Money Animations and exercises available in MyMathLab.

              New to This Edition

              Personalize learning with MyMathLab.

              MyMathLab ® is an online homework, tutorial, and assessment program designed to work with this text to engage students and improve results. Within its structured environment, students practice what they learn, test their understanding, and pursue a personalized study plan that helps them absorb course material and understand difficult concepts.

              • Expanded Video Program with NEW Guided Learning Videos and an accompanying Video Workbook with the Math Coach:
                • NEW! A series of Guided Learning Videosshows how to solve the most important types of problems contained in each chapter in a conceptual, stepped-out way.
                • Objective-level video clips have also been added to the MyMathLab course for every objective, with accompanying icons throughout the text.
                • Updated and expanded! The Video Workbook with the Math Coachhelps students stay organized, follow along, and practice with the Guided Learning and Math Coach videos. It also provides additional practice, vocabulary, and skill reinforcement.
                • These video additions expand upon an already rich video lecture series that also includes Section Lecture Videos, Math Coach Videos, and Chapter Test Prep Videos.
                • Career Exploration Problems foster active learning and better understanding of the math concepts, and are assignable in MyMathLab.
                • Math-Reading Connections, including topics such as Using Word Clues and Looking for Patterns.
                • Study Skills, including topics such as Time Management and Preparing for and Taking Exams.
                • College Success, including topics such as College Transition and Online Learning.
                • Instructors can assign these videos and/or activities as media assignments, along with pre-built post-tests to make sure students learn and understand how to improve their skills in these areas. Instructors can integrate these assignments with their traditional MyMathLab homework assignments to incorporate student success topics into their course as they deem appropriate.
                • NEW! Career Explorations have been integrated throughout the text and MyMathLab course, enabling students to personally investigate future career options while helping to answer the common question, “When will I ever use this math in the future?”
                  • Each chapter starts with a Career Opportunities feature that puts the math into context and ends with multiple Career Exploration Problems that are also assignable in MyMathLab.

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                  Intermediate Algebra focuses on the principles, operations, and approaches involved in intermediate algebra.

                  The book first elaborates on basic properties and definitions, first-degree equations and inequalities, and exponents and polynomials. Discussions focus on the greatest common factor and factoring by grouping, factoring trinomials, special factoring, equations with absolute value, inequalities involving absolute value, formulas, first-degree equations, graphing simple and compound inequalities, and properties of real numbers. The text then takes a look at rational expressions, rational exponents and roots, and quadratic equations. Topics include solving quadratic equations by factoring, discriminant and the sum and product of solutions, multiplication and division of complex numbers, combinations of radical expressions, rational exponents, complex fractions, and multiplication and division of rational expressions. The manuscript elaborates on sequence and series, logarithms, relations and functions, and conic sections, including ellipses and hyperbolas, nonlinear systems, function and notation, algebra with functions, common logarithms and computations, and word problems.

                  The publication is a dependable reference for students and researchers interested in intermediate algebra.


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