A classic in the series of highly respected Swokowski and Cole mathematics books, the Tenth Edition of FUNDAMENTALS OF COLLEGE ALGEBRA retains the elements that have made it so popular. Once again, the book provides a clear writing style, an appealing uncluttered layout, clear exposition, time-tested exercise sets that feature a variety of applications, and problems that are appropriate and consistent in level of difficulty. This book is clearly sets itself apart from the competition--it is mathematically sound, prepares students for further mathematics courses, and offers excellent problem sets. This new edition has been improved and all of the chapters now include numerous technology inserts with specific keystrokes for the TI-83 Plus and the TI-86 graphing calculators, which is very helpful to students who are working with a calculator for the first time.
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Earl Swokowski successfully authored numerous textbooks, including: CALCULUS, Fifth Edition; CALCULUS OF A SINGLE VARIABLE, Second Edition; FUNDAMENTALS OF COLLEGE ALGEBRA, Tenth Edition; and PRECALCULUS: FUNCTIONS AND GRAPHS, Ninth Edition.Review:
"The clarity of the presentation is wonderful. The examples are well-chosen and to the point. The logical flow of the ideas is beautifully paced and perfectly connected." "Ah the exercises. Such expanse, such variety.... My only problem would be selecting from all this wealth, and, as far as I am concerned, that is a good problem to have."
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