# College Algebra

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Rating | : | 4.78 (946 Votes) |

Asin | : | 0618670564 |

Format Type | : | paperback |

Number of Pages | : | 596 Pages |

Publish Date | : | 0000-00-00 |

Language | : | English |

DESCRIPTION:

College Algebra book on paperback has been released on 0000-00-00. consist of 596 of pages and writen by Richard N. Aufmann; Vernon C. Barker; Richard D. Nation are really nice book to read. Although it oficially circulated on paperback but you still download it on other format or just read it online from our website.

"Drop the class if this is the text-book." according to A Customer. To date, this is the worst textbook I have encountered in my math classes. In fact the instructor uses this book for homework assignments only as the text itself is useless.To start with, I found the explanations to be badly written, wordy, and confusing. Seems as though this book was designed for a refreshment course rather than for people who are going over the material for the first time.Then, the examples: there are not enough of them, and the examples d. "you're going to need a different book!! I've just finished using this book and, while I normally keep my textbooks as reference materials, I found this book to be so bad that I'm selling it back! This book falls short when it comes to providing solid examples; clear, concise text; and valid exercises. Specifically, the pages are so crammed full of text and colors that it is often difficult to quickly find specific information. Much of the text and many of the examples fail to adequately prepare th. College Algebra by Aufmann Dr. Joseph S. Maresca This book is written for the average college student. Thematerial is illustrated well and there are many examplesdepicting the mathematical concepts. More advanced studentsare sufficiently challenged, average students will work hardand below-average students may have problems. It is importantfor the instructor to assign frequent homeworks and reviewthe homeworks before continuing with new material. A smallminority of students enter college having had NO ALGE