
Applied College Algebra and Trigonometry with Calculus, 2/e
Linda P. Davis, DBA Systems, Inc.
Coming December, 1999 by Prentice Hall Career & Technology
Copyright 2000, 1136 pp.
Cloth Bound with Disk
ISBN 0130837555

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For undergraduate courses in Technical Mathematics with
Calculus.
This studentfriendly text balances solid math instruction
with realworld examples and applications for various disciplines.
NEW—Application examples and problems—Presents
even more application problems with the addition of applications to
business and computer science.
 Requires students to apply the knowledge and skills discussed
in each chapter to the solution of realworld problems, making abstract
concepts more relevant and increasing students' motivation to understand.
NEW—Group projects—Presents an endofchapter
activity based on workrelated situations and introduces students
to written and oral presentations.
 Provides students with an opportunity to collaborate
with others in order to generate a solution to the problem as well
as improving oral and written communication skills.
NEW—Graphing calculator—Integrated
into every situation where it is applicable.
 Provides students with a powerful tool to illustrate
and solve complex problems.
NEW—Reorganization of some of the calculus
material—To help make it easier for students to master and
apply.
 Sections for additional applications give students more
opportunities to apply calculus to business and engineering.
NEW—Value Package—Text plus free
Study Wizard CD Tutorial Software.
 Allows students to practice the material with immediate
feedback through interactive quizzes specifically tied to the text.
Allows students to review terms by including a glossary with references
to where the term first appears in the text.
Spiral approach—Builds on concepts presented in
previous chapters and progresses from simple to complex material.
 Allows students to build on and apply previously
mastered concepts, strengthening their understanding of these skills
and providing a frame of reference for learning new concepts.
“Verbal nudges”—Incorporates “verbal
nudges” similar to those used by a teacher in a class or tutoring
session: 1) Learning Hints give students practical study
tips; 2) Notes point out trouble spots and help students overcome
them; 3) Cautions alert students to common errors and suggests
ways to avoid them; 4) Remember notes reinforce previously
learned concepts; 5) calculator symbols in the examples and
exercises let students know that they should use their calculators
for those problems.
 Provides students with a strong support system to help
them solve problems independently, thus instilling confidence.
Procedure boxes—Presents a stepbystep method
for solving problems.
 Provides students with an easytofollow illustration
of problem solving techniques.
Rules and formulas boxes—Highlights rules and
formulas throughout.
 Draws students' attention to important information and
provides a source of quick review.
Subtopics clearly labeled in the margins.
 Allows students to quickly find those subjects they need
to review.
Strong pedagogy—Builds on several key pedagogical
features: 1) Chapters open with application problems and end
with a solution to the problem; 2) Learning objectives
at the beginning of each chapter are keyed to the sections in which
relevant topics are covered; 3) Endofchapter tests are keyed
to the learning objectives, which then refer students to the section
in which material is covered; 4) Review exercises appear at
the end of each chapter.
 Provides students with a wide variety of learning tools
to enhance their understanding of material.
Color and graphics—Used throughout.
 Supports student learning by providing clear illustrations
of concepts.
Easytofollow writing style.
 Allows students to easily understand and learn material.
1. Solving Linear Equations and Inequalities.
2. Factors and Fractions.
3. Exponents and Radicals.
4. Functions and Graphs.
5. Quadratic Equations.
6. Systems of Equations.
7. Solving HigherDegree Equations.
8. Exponential and Logarithmic Functions.
9. Right Angle Trigonometry.
10. Trigonometric Functions of Any Angle.
11. Vectors and Oblique Triangles.
12. Graphs of the Trigonometric Functions.
13. Trigonometric Equations and Identities.
14. Complex Numbers.
15. Analytic Geometry.
16. Introduction to Statistics and Empirical Curve Fitting.
17. Sequences, Series, and the Binomial Theorem.
18. Differentiation with Applications.
19. Integration with Applications.
20. Derivations of Transcendental Functions.
21. Techniques of Integration.
22. Series Expansions of Functions.
23. Introduction to Differential Equations.
Appendix A: A Review of Basic Algebraic Concepts.
Appendix B: Geometry Review.
Appendix C: Tables.
Appendix D: Answers to OddNumbered Exercises.
Index.
