e-Book Precalculus (with BCA/iLrn Tutorial and InfoTrac) (Available Titles CengageNOW) download

e-Book Precalculus (with BCA/iLrn Tutorial and InfoTrac) (Available Titles CengageNOW) download

by James DeFranza,J. Douglas Faires

ISBN: 0534462790
ISBN13: 978-0534462796
Language: English
Publisher: Brooks Cole; 3 edition (November 5, 2003)
Pages: 496
Category: Mathematics
Subategory: Math Science

ePub size: 1893 kb
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DJVU size: 1970 kb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 943
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by. David Dwyer (Author). Our school uses James Stewart and combination of Connally and Barnetts 'Precalculus and Trigonometry. These books are very good at giving you complex problems to solve but very poor in explaining the process. If you are a math teacher and have not taught from this book, the chances are you don't know what these phrases mean, and that is because they are not common terms. Indeed, this concepts, while critical for students to understand, are dealt with in the book as a recipe to memorize with funny names and mneumonics.

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Hardcover: 975 pages. I wish Goodman and Hirsch would produce a Calculus textbook because that is just how good they are at explaining mathematical processes.

Precalculus (with BCA/iLrn Tutorial and InfoTrac). ISBN13 9780534462796.

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Authored by Faires and DeFranza. Defranza's Precalculus. Written by the authors of the core text, this Student Study Guide with Solutions reinforces student understanding with detailed explanations, worked-out examples, and practice problems.

Defranza's Precalculus. by J. Douglas Faires and James DeFranza.

Precalculus presents the course as it was intended to be taught, providing students with an integrated review of algebra and trigonometry while focusing on essential calculus concepts. Faires and DeFranza wrote this book because they believe students too often leave a precalculus class unprepared to go on to calculus. Although students who complete a precalculus course generally have had plenty of algebra and trigonometry review, they often lack the grounding in analysis and graphing necessary to make the transition to calculus. Faires and DeFranza's PRECALCULUS concentrates on teaching the essentials of what a student needs to fulfill their precalculus requirement and to fully prepare them to succeed in calculus. This streamlined text provides all the mathematics that students need--it doesn't bog them down in review, or overwhelm them with too much, too soon. And the authors have been careful to keep this book, unlike many of the precalculus books on the market, at a length that can be covered in one term.
This review is about two books: Precalculus, by Faires and DeFranza, and the Study Guide for the same book.

The reviews above seem to be about the text itself (which is, at the moment, not what is being offered for sale; the ISBN is that of the Study Guide).

While the comments from other readers may be valid relative to the uses to which they have put the book, I have found the book an admirable aid for teaching out of. It is compact, has good exercises and examples, is well laid-out and well planned.

Books which are good for self-teaching are not often useful for an instructor who can teach with competence. The text is not a substitute for the professor; it forms the third member of the trio who comprise the learning team: teacher, student, and text.

The book is not encyclopedic, which is a plus In my opinion. It leaves space for the instructor to supplement it with other topics. The approaches taken in the introduction of various topics are appropriate in the majority of cases; these are experts, who see the subject in perspective, and know how each topic fits into the bigger picture which is applied mathematics. A sophomore writing a book to help his freshman friends will write a very different book--possibly more immediately useful to them in some ways, but ultimately less useful! The reviewers seem not to realize that the book being offered for sale is the very Study Guide which could be of great help to those who want a self-teaching book.

This book is so garbage it makes me hate my life. Considering paying the full buyout price just to burn it, but then again I don't want to give mr Faires the extra few dollars thinking that his book is worth the paper its printed on. Teaches NOTHING. It's basically little more than a syllabus; a rough outline of the material that SHOULD be covered in a proper pre-calculus book. Assumes a great deal of knowledge and presents very little. Avoid at all costs.

Could not be worse. Zero explanations for complex concepts. They just list 4 out of 12 steps.

The information in this book is freely available online, and often much better written and more easily understandable. You will likely be required to get this with the online access code, which means you cannot buy it used. College textbooks in general are a huge scam, and this is no exception. Look elsewhere if you have an actual interest in learning the subject.

This book is also very poorly written, and full of typos (they teacher even hated it). But that's to be expected when they're pumping out a new edition each year just to get more money from students who are already paying to attend college. The information in this edition is exactly the same as the previous 4 editions. They just change the numbers. The math does not change.

Really like how this book is written.

Using it for homework but their examples aren't explained well

Great price as usual on Amazon compared to elsewhere. Mandatory for my class,it is exactly what it is meant to be.

Great quality. Seems to be in perfectly good condition and arrived quickly. Will help me for future math classes.

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