For this edition, StatCrunch questions have been added to relevant Technology Exercises and access to the software has been integrated into the MyLab Math course. Reach every student with MyLab Math Deliver trusted content: You deserve teaching materials that meet your own high standards for your course. Empower each learner: Each student learns at a different pace. Personalized learning pinpoints the precise areas where each student needs practice, giving all students the support they need—when and where they need it—to be successful.
Teach your course your way: Your course is unique. Improve student results: When you teach with MyLab, student performance improves. New to This Edition. The financial chapter Chapter 4, Managing Money has been extensively revised to include the most current financial information regarding loans, taxes and budgets.
Where particularly helpful, solutions for certain examples are broken down by step to help students follow along more easily. Examples include health insurance, demographic data, and the federal budget. New In Your World boxes have been added continuing the focus on topics that students are likely to encounter in the world around them, whether in the news, consumer decisions, or political discussions.
These short notes are found throughout the text where students tend to struggle preventing common errors and pitfalls. A printed Activity Manual is available for those who wish to do more activities in the course.
Also available with MyLab Math A new lecture video series of example-based videos is fresh and modern, accompanied by assessment questions that give the instructor the ability to not just assign the videos but gauge student understanding Dynamic Concept videos focus on some of the most interesting and challenging concepts to help so students gain a deeper understanding.
An engaging visual lightboard functionality is used to explain these concepts in the world around us — such as comparisons of quantities, student loans, and percentages — in a visual way. Interactive Concept Videos discuss a concept in depth and then the video pauses asking students to try a problem on their own.
Animations let students interact with the math in a visual, tangible way. New assessment questions corresponding to the example videos, dynamic concept videos, interactive concept videos, and animations can now be assigned in the course.