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In this breakthrough text, authors Holtfrerich and Haughn speak as teachers, offering passionate yet patient emphasis on concepts, but not at the expense of teaching algebraic skills. The authors build on and connect topics by discussing the concepts with students in a unique yet logical way. Speaking to students as if they were having a discussion with them in the classroom, the authors use common, everyday applications that make sense to the average student to demonstrate concepts. The authors' approach about where and when topics should be covered is unique, as is the capstone chapter on Modeling/Data Analysis.
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Michael Holtfrerich received his BS and MS from Northern Arizona University. He has taught at Glendale Community College in Glendale Arizona, a member of the Maricopa Community College District, for the past 16 years. Besides teaching mathematics he is currently the chair of the Mathematics/Computer Science Department which employs 35 full time and 61 part time instructors. He has spoken at a variety of math conferences and is a member of the American Mathematics Association of Two-Year Colleges and the Mathematics Association of America. He has received several awards among those, the Paul Pair Endowed Chair award for integrating technology into education.Review:
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