|Business Mathematics, 2nd Ed.
Wm C. Brown, Dubuque 1988, 559 pages, $89.95.
This comprehensive arithmetic-based worktext provides a complete course in mathematics for those who have not had algebra, but want a foundation in those topics needed for success in business. It is flexible enough to fit numerous teaching options (lecture, laboratory, or individual study) and provides numerous examples, problems, and practice exercises to ensure student understanding.
|Finite Mathematics, 3rd Ed.
Brooks/Cole, Pacific Grove 1992, 541 pages, $89.95
Every word, every piece of art, every problem, and every application have been carefully chosen for their ability to help students understand mathematical concepts and the model-building process, and to help them see how mathematics is used in real life.
|Finite Mathematics: A Discrete Approach
Scott/Foresman, 1975, 378 pages, $92.95
Only a knowledge of high-school algebra is required for this lively, well-motivated development of finite mathematics topics. Emphasis in on understanding and applying the concepts rather than on proving theorems.
|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.
Mathematics for Business
Wm. C. Brown, Dubuque 1990, 714 pages, $69.95.
A flexibly designed book that presents algebra-based mathematics in an easy-to-follow format. It includes more than 1,600 applied problems, and provides end-of-part cumulative reviews, along with pretests and diagnostic tests.