Algebra: A Combined Course for Pace University

Author: Charles P. McKeague

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Algebra: A Combined Course for Pace University

Author: Charles P. McKeague

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ABOUT THIS BOOK

This custom text is very similar to ALGEBRA: A COMBINED COURSE, 2E. The main difference is in Chapter 8.

ALGEBRA FOR PACE UNIVERSITY ALGEBRA: A COMBINED COURSE, 2E
8 - INEQUALITIES, GRAPHS AND FUNCTIONS 8 - FUNCTIONS AND GRAPHS
8.1 - Interval Notation and Linear Inequalities 8.1 - Introduction to Functions
8.2 - Sets and Compound Inequalities 8.2 - Function Notation
8.3 - Absolute Value Equations 8.3 - Algebra and Composition with Functions
8.4 - Absolute Value Inequalities 8.4 - Lines and Linear Functions
8.5 - Graphs of Equations 8.5 - Translating Graphs
8.6 - Introduction to Functions 8.6 - Variation
8.7 - Function Notation  
8.8 - Algebra and Composition with Functions  

 

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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.