Math 095 Math 097 for Finger Lakes Community College

Authors: Mark Turner, Charles P. McKeague

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Math 095 Math 097 for Finger Lakes Community College

Authors: Mark Turner, Charles P. McKeague

ABOUT THE BOOK

ABOUT THE BOOK

Math 095 Math 097 for Finger Lakes Community College is a custom book created from XYZ Textbooks' popular series of algebra textbooks by Turner/McKeague. As with all McKeague titles, his emphasis on study skills, and his positive tone toward success, are reflected in the presentation.  You’ll find this book to be rooted in the proven teaching methods that you come to expect from an XYZ Textbook, with some innovative features to support your students’ success. 

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Mark Turner
XYZ Textbooks

Advice for students taking a math class: Your thoughts shape your reality. If you think something will be boring, it probably will be. But if you chose to think something will be fun or interesting, it probably will be! Go to your instructor's office hour sometime during the first week or two. Make a point of introducing yourself. Then ask a question (it doesn't matter what...just get them talking about mathematics or themselves).

Charles P. McKeague
XYZ Textbooks

I have taught elementary school through to calculus. I am best suited for teaching developmental math at the community college level. Throughout my career, I have been fortunate to have students that always impressed me with their willingness to improve their position in life through education.