Graphical, Numerical, Algebraic
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|Author||: Franklin Demana,Bert Waits,Gregory Foley,Daniel Kennedy|
|Editor||: Addison-Wesley Longman|
In "Precalculus, "the authors encourage graphical, numerical, and algebraic modeling of functions as well as a focus on problem solving, conceptual understanding, and facility with technology. They have created a book that is designed for instructors and written for students making this the most effective precalculus text available today. Contents: P. Prerequisites1. Functions and Graphs2. Polynomial, Power, and Rational Functions3. Exponential, Logistic, and Logarithmic Functions4. Trigonometric Functions5. Analytic Trigonometry6. Applications of Trigonometry7. Systems and Matrices8. Analytic Geometry in Two and Three Dimensions9. Discrete Mathematics10. An Introduction to Calculus: Limits, Derivatives, and IntegralsAppendix A: Algebra ReviewAppendix B: Key FormulasAppendix C: Logic
|Author||: Ross L. Finney,Franklin Demana,Bert K. Waits|
|Editor||: Pearson Prentice Hall|
Written by experienced AP® teachers; a complete tool to help students prepare for the AP® exam. Text-specific correlations between key AP® test topics and Calculus: Graphical, Numerical, Algebraic, 3rd Edition, AP® Edition. Reinforces the important connections between what you teach, what students read in their textbook, and what your students will be tested on in May. Sample AB and BC exams including answers and explanations. Includes general strategies for approaching the examination day and specific test-taking strategies for addressing particular types of questions on the examination. Samples are available to institutional buyers only.
|Author||: Ray Barton,John Brunsting,John Diehl|
This unique review workbook for the AP* Calculus Exam is tied directly to two best-selling textbooks: Calculus: Graphical, Numerical, Algebraic by Finney, Demana, Waits, and Kennedy Precalculus: Graphical, Numerical, Algebraic by Demana, Waits, Foley and Kennedy *AP is a registered trademark of the College Board, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, this product.
|Author||: Franklin D. Demana,Bert K. Waits,Daniel Kennedy,David M. Bressoud,Michael E. Boardman|
|Editor||: Savvas Learning Company|
Previous edition: Calculus: graphical, numerical, algebraic / Ross L. Finney, et al. (2016).
|Author||: Ray Barton,John R. Brunsting,John J. Diehl,Greg Hill|
Presents a review of the topics covered in the AP Calculus exam, and offers eight practice exams with answers and explanations.
|Author||: Chris McMullen|
These 50 challenging algebra problems involve applying a variety of algebra skills. The exercises come with a good range of difficulty from milder challenges to very hard problems. On the page following each problem you can find the full solution with explanations. quadratic equations system of equations cross multiplying factoring and distributing the f.o.i.l. method roots and powers fractions and negative numbers slopes and y-intercepts of straight lines word problems applications
|Author||: Ross L. Finney,Franklin Demana,Bert K. Waits,Dan Kennedy|
The main goal of this third edition is to realign with the changes in the Advanced Placement (AP ) calculus syllabus and the new type of AP exam questions. We have also more carefully aligned examples and exercises and updated the data used in examples and exercises. Cumulative Quick Quizzes are now provided two or three times in each chapter.