This text is designed for a one-term course in mathematics taken by students on business, economics, life sciences and social sciences courses. Parts One (probability) and Two (linear maths) are independent of each other, enabling either to be studied first. Part Three further develops the core topics and introduces many applications of finite maths. Throughout, emphasis is placed on developing and testing the student's problem-solving ability. An example or exercise that is not strictly mathematical in its setting is identified by the particular area of interest in the margin. In addition, illustrative examples encourage the student to deconstruct problems into smaller, simpler ones, which they can then solve individually and use the results to solve the original problem.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Companies, 1995. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110070397678