College Algebra – Barnett, Ziegler, Byleen, Sobecki – 9th Edition

The Barnett//Byleen/Sobecki series is designed to give students a solid grounding in pre-calculus topics in a user-friendly manner. The series emphasizes computational skills, ideas, and problem solving rather than theory. Explore/Discuss boxes integrated throughout each text encourage students to think critically about mathematical concepts. All worked examples are followed by Matched Problems that reinforce the concepts being taught.

New to these editions, Technology Connections illustrate concepts that were previously explained in an algebraic context may also be solved using a graphing calculator. Students are always shown the underlying algebraic methods first so that they do not become calculator-dependent. In addition, each text in the series contains an abundance of exercises – including numerous calculator-based and reasoning and writing exercises – and a wide variety of real-world illustrating math is useful.

CHAPTER R: BASIC ALGEBRAIC OPERATIONS
R-1. Algebra and Real Numbers
R-2. Exponents
R-3. Radicals
R-4. Polynomials: Basic Operations
Chapter R Review

CHAPTER 1: EQUATIONS AND INEQUALITIES
1-1. Linear Equations and Applications
1-2. Linear Inequalities
1-3. Absolute Value
1-4. Complex Numbers
1-5. Quadratic Equations and Applications
1-6. Equations Involving Radicals
Chapter 1 Group Activity: Solving a Cubic Equation
Chapter 1 Review

CHAPTER 2: GRAPHS
2-1. Cartesian Coordinate System
2-2. Distance in the Plane
2-3. Equations of a Line
2-4. Linear Equations and Models
Chapter 2 Group Activity: Rates of
Chapter 2 Review

CHAPTER 3:
3-1. Functions
3-2. Graphing Functions
3-3. Transformations of Functions
3-4. Quadratic Functions
3-5. Combining Functions; Composition
3-6. Inverse Functions
Chapter 3 Group Activity: Mathematical Modeling – Choosing a Long-Distance Calling Plan
Chapter 3 Review
1, 2, & 3 Cumulative Review Exercises

CHAPTER 4: POLYNOMIAL AND RATIONAL FUNCTIONS
4-1. Polynomial Functions And Models
4-2. Real Zeros and Polynomial Inequalities
4-3. Complex Zeros and Rational Zeros of Polynomials
4-4. Rational Functions and Inequalities
4-5. Variation and Modeling
Chapter 4 Group Activity: Interpolating Polynomials
Chapter 4 Review

CHAPTER 5: EXPONENTIAL AND LOGARITHMIC FUNCTIONS
5-1. Exponential Functions
5-2. Exponential Models
5-3. Logarithmic Functions
5-4. Logarithmic Models
5-5. Exponential and Logarithmic Equations
Chapter 5 Group Activity: Growth of Increasing Functions
Chapter 5 Review
4 & 5 Cumulative Review Exercises

CHAPTER 6: ADDITIONAL TOPICS IN ANALYTIC GEOMETRY
6-1. Conic Sections; Parabola
6-2. Ellipse
6-3. Hyperbola
Chapter 6 Group Activity: Focal Chords
Chapter 6 Review

CHAPTER 7: SYSTEMS OF EQUATIONS AND INEQUALITIES; MATRICES
7-1. Systems of Linear Equations
7-2. Solving Linear Systems Using Gauss-Jordan Elimination
7-3. Matrix Operations
7-4. Solving Linear Systems Using Inverse Matrices
7-4. Determinants and Cramer’s Rule
7-5. Chapter 7 Group Activity: Modeling with Systems of Linear Equations
7-6. Systems of Nonlinear Equations
7-7. Systems of Linear Inequalities
7-8. Linear Programming
Chapter 7 Review

CHAPTER 8: SEQUENCES AND SERIES
8-1. Sequences and Series
8-2. Mathematical Induction
8-3. Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences
8-4. Counting Techniques: Multiplication Principle, Permutations, and Combinations
8-5. Sample Spaces and Probability
8-6. Binomial Formula
Chapter 8 Group Activity: Sequences Specified by Recursion Formulas
Chapter 8 Review
6, 7, & 8 Cumulative Review Exercises

APPENDIX A: SPECIAL TOPICS
A-1. Scientific Notation and Significant Digits
A-2. Partial Fractions
A-3. Parametric Equations

APPENDIX B
B-1. Geometric Formulas

Title: College Algebra
Author: Raymond A. Barnett / David Sobecki/ Karl Byleen/ Michael Ziegler
Edition: 9th Edition
ISBN: 0077350162 | 9780077350161
Type: eBook
Language: English
Algebra
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