2 edition of Introductory college mathematics. found in the catalog.
Introductory college mathematics.
Published in 1952 under title: Fundamentals of college mathematics.
|LC Classifications||QA37. L63|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||450|
|LC Control Number||54006416|
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About This Book Introductory Mathematics is a traditional, one-semester, basic mathematics textbook. We have split the chapter on fractions into two chapters. We have applications spread throughout the book. Features Getting Ready for the Next Section These problems appear at the end of every problem set. Exemplary programs in introductory college mathematics. Publication date Topics Mathematics -- Study and teaching to improve instruction by recognizing and rewarding college instructors who rethought the mathematical content of their introductory mathematics courses with innovative uses of technology. Borrow this book to access Pages:
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