Algebra for the Utterly Confused

Algebra for the Utterly Confused

2000 | 241 Pages | ISBN: 0071355146 | PDF | 1.4 MB

Students and professionals alike must tap into their knowledge of algebra everyday, whether it's for the SATs, college courses, or even the workplace.

Author Larry Stephens presents a super-accessible approach to the subject that even the most math-phobic student can follow, featuring simplified rules and techniques based on real-world problems that use the principles of algebra for their solutions.

Algebra for the Utterly Confused offers a user-friendly, logical, step-by-step approach to the fundamentals of algebra, integrating contemporary software as one of the key tools to assist in the solutions of the problems, including MINITAB, Excel spreadsheets, and Maple.

- Handy icons help students visualize concepts and techniques
- More than 200 solved problems and examples aid students in working out algebraic solutions
- Summary of key points for every chapter reinforces covered topics


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