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by Lewis R. Hirsch,Arthur Goodman

Author: Lewis R. Hirsch,Arthur Goodman
Subcategory: Mathematics
Language: English
Publisher: Cengage Learning; 5th edition (December 12, 2001)
Pages: 668 pages
Category: Math and Science
Rating: 4.8
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Understanding Intermediate Algebra: A Course for College Students by. Hirsch, Arthur Goodman

Understanding Intermediate Algebra: A Course for College Students by. Hirsch, Arthur Goodman.

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Items related to Understanding Intermediate Algebra: A Course for College. Helping students grasp the "why" of algebra through patient explanations, Hirsch and Goodman gradually build students' confidence without sacrificing rigor. Hirsch; Arthur Goodman Understanding Intermediate Algebra: A Course for College Students (with CD-ROM, Make the Grade, and InfoTrac). ISBN 13: 9780534432232. To help students move beyond the "how" of algebra (computational proficiency) to the "why" (conceptual understanding), the authors introduce topics at an elementary level and return to them at increasing levels of complexity.

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Hirsch and Goodman offer a mathematically sound, rigorous text to those instructors who believe students .

Hirsch and Goodman offer a mathematically sound, rigorous text to those instructors who believe students should be challenged. The text prepares students for future study in higher-level courses by gradually building students’ confidence without sacrificing rigor. To help students move beyond the how of algebra (computational proficiency) to the why (conceptual understanding), the authors introduce topics at an elementary level and return to them at increasing levels of complexity.

Authors Hirsch and Goodman clearly and carefully develop students' understanding of intermediate algebra concepts by using a unique spiral approach. This approach presents a topic at an elementary level and then returns to it at increasing levels of complexity. This gradual introduction builds student confidence while developing concepts, rules, and definitions. To complement this approach, the authors include a wealth of numerical and algebraic examples that reflect a wide variety of situations

Helping students grasp the "why" of algebra through patient explanations, Hirsch and Goodman gradually build students' confidence without sacrificing rigor. To help students move beyond the "how" of algebra (computational proficiency) to the "why" (conceptual understanding), the authors introduce topics at an elementary level and return to them at increasing levels of complexity. Their gradual introduction of concepts, rules, and definitions through a wealth of illustrative examples - both numerical and algebraic-helps students compare and contrast related ideas and understand the sometimes subtle distinctions among a variety of situations. This author team carefully prepares students to succeed in higher level mathematics.