# Precalculus - Understanding Functions A Graphing Approach

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Description: These experienced authors have been praised for their in-depth explanations and their commitment to avoiding a cookbook approach. Their text addresses three critical issues in teaching precalculus: poor student preparation, the need for thoughtful More...

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List price: $318.95

Edition: 2nd

Copyright year: 2004

Publisher: Brooks/Cole

Publication date: 10/17/2003

Binding: Hardcover

Pages: 975

Size: 8.50" wide x 9.75" long x 1.50" tall

Weight: 4.048

Language: English

These experienced authors have been praised for their in-depth explanations and their commitment to avoiding a cookbook approach. Their text addresses three critical issues in teaching precalculus: poor student preparation, the need for thoughtful integration of the graphing calculator, and poor student study skills. Their texts have a strong reputation built on mathematically sound presentation, excellent applications, and on challenging students to develop algebraic, graphical, and verbal mathematical skills. Goodman and Hirsch help students go beyond the mechanics of mathematics to developing a coherent strategy to solving problems.