Beginning Algebra for College Students, 4th Ed.Brooks/Cole, Pacific Grove 1990, 372 pages, $65.95. No-nonsense drill graded problems teach students essential mathematical skills. | |

Study Guide for Elementary Algebra, 2nd Ed.Brooks/Cole, Pacific Grove 1980, 273 pages, $35.95 This book accompanies Beginning Algebra for College Students. | |

Intermediate Algebra for College Students, 4th Ed.Brooks/Cole, Pacific Grove 1989, 527 pages, $68.95. A problem-solving approach teaches students the usefulness and practicality of mathematics. | |

Study Guide for Intermediate Algebra, 2nd Ed.Brooks/Cole, Pacific Grove 1985, 265 pages, $35.95 This book accompanies Intermediate Algebra for College Students. | |

Primer for College Algebra Brooks/Cole, Pacific Grove 1990, 563 pages, $69.95 Designed with a unique audience in mind (students who are serious, and willing to work, yet posses few or no prerequisite skills), this text is not a beginning algebra or intermediate algebra book, but rather just the right blending of the necessary topics to prepare beginning students for college algebra with integrity and without “talking down” to them. | |

Algebra Study GuideBrooks/Cole, Pacific Grove 1990, 303 pages, $35.95 This book accompanies Primer for College Algebra. | |

College Algebra with Graphing and Problem SolvingBrooks/Cole, Pacific Grove 1996, 666 pages, $76.95. This edition helps your students develop the problem-solving, reasoning, and mathematical communication skills they’ll need to succeed in the real world. Truly unlike any other book for this course, this book offers a fresh topic sequence that begins with polynomial functions and includes a presentation consistent with recent NCTM standards. | |

College Algebra, 4th Ed.Brooks/Cole, Pacific Grove 1989, 577 pages, $65.95 Problem-solving approach culminates in the last chapter which teaches the thought process involved in mathematical reasoning. | |

Algebra and TrigonometryBrooks/Cole, Pacific Grove 1987, 568 pages, $75.95 This book is designed to prepare students for the study of calculus by presenting comprehensive coverage of the traditional topics of college algebra and trigonometry. Includes pitfalls and helpful hints, warnings, and important ideas enclosed in boxes. | |

Algebra and TrigonometryBrooks/Cole, Pacific Grove 1979, 617 pages, $82.95 A text for students who have had two years of high-school algebra and need a refresher course in algebra, as well as a course in trigonometry, before continuing in mathematics. Cartoons, illustrations and puzzle formats have been integrated into the development of the text. | |

College Mathematics and Calculus, 2nd Ed.Brooks/Cole, Pacific Grove 1992, 729 pages, $92.95 Finite mathematics (Chapters 3-9) and calculus (Chapter 10-16) are combined to make up this exceptionally student oriented textbook. There are clear, detailed presentations which include frequent, carefully developed examples, an informal writing style, and optional modeling applications that illustrate the model-building process in familiar settings. |