Book plus access to online homework platform (2015 edition)
An emerging trend in college mathematics is toward mathematics pathways that match with students' chosen careers. The Transition to College Mathematics course materials are designed to develop students' quantitative and algebraic reasoning abilities, thus preparing them for college success in multiple mathematics pathways.
The materials, supporting a full year of instruction, address topics needed to prepare students for success in college mathematics, including numeracy with an emphasis on estimation and fluency with large numbers; manipulating and evaluating expressions and formulas, to include area, perimeter, and volume, as well as spreadsheet formulas; rates, ratios, and proportions; percentages; probability; linear equations and inequalities; linear systems; exponential, quadratic, rational, and square root models, including equations; data interpretations including graphs and tables; verbal, algebraic, and graphical interpretations of functions.
The student book is intended to support in-class, teacher-facilitated instruction; it is not intended as a workbook. Students also receive access to an online system that provides homework problems and other resources.
This resource for students contains only the student materials.
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