Beginning Algebra: Early Graphing

 
9780131869899: Beginning Algebra: Early Graphing

John Tobey and Jeff Slater are experienced developmental math authors and active classroom teachers.  The Tobey approach focuses on building skills one at a time by breaking math down into manageable pieces.  This building block organization is a practical approach to basic math skill development that makes it easier for students to understand each topic, gaining confidence as they move through each section.  Knowing students crave feedback, Tobey has enhanced the new edition with a "How am I Doing?" guide to math success. The combination of continual reinforcement of basic skill development, ongoing feedback and a fine balance of exercises makes the first edition of Tobey/Slater Beginning Algebra: Early Graphing even more practical and accessible.

 

Prealgebra Review; Real Numbers and Variables; Equations, Inequalities, and Applications; Graphing and Functions; Systems of Equations; Exponents and Polynomials; Factoring; Rational Expressions and Equations; Radicals; Quadratic Equations

 

For all readers interested in algebra.

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This clear, accessible treatment of beginning algebra features an enhanced problem-solving strategy. This enhanced problem-solving strategy is highlighted by A Mathematics Blueprint for Problem Solving that helps determine where to begin the problem-solving process, as well as how to plan subsequent problem-solving steps. Also includes Step-by-Step Procedure, realistic Applications, and Cooperative Learning Activities in "Putting Your Skills to Work" Applications.

About the Author:

North Shore Community College

Jamie Blair (Ohio) is the award-winning author of young adult and romance books, including Leap of Faith (Simon & Schuster, 2013) and Lost to Me (Simon & Schuster, 2014). Visit her online at www.JamieBlairAuthor.com.

Jeff Slater has been teaching 30 years at North Shore Community College. He has acted as a consultant for the office of personnel management in Boston and New York. Jeff tours the country giving speeches on student retention at colleges as well as national conventions.

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