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Modeling, Functions, and Graphs: Algebra for College Students

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Modeling, Functions, and Graphs: Algebra for College Students
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Publisher: Los Angeles Pierce College
Number of pages: 344

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This text covers the content of a college algebra course with an emphasis on modeling and applications. In addition to the goal of students gaining computational fluency the book aims to develop mathematical thinking with a greater emphasis on analysis and interpretation of results.

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