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** College Algebra in Context, Fifth Edition** is ideal for students majoring in business, social sciences, and life sciences. The authors use modeling, applications, and real-data problems to develop skills, giving students the practice they need to become adept problem solvers in their future courses and careers. This edition offers new sections on conics and the binomial theorem.

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The set of all natural numbers is given by the infinite set N={1,2,3,4,5,6,⋯}. Let A be the set of...Property used: Division Property: “Dividing both sides of an equation by the same nonzero number...Property used: Zero and negative exponents. For a≠0 and b≠0, 1. a0=1 2. a−1=1a 3. a−n=1an 4....Reciprocal function is a special linear function. The domain of a function is defined as the set of...Formula used: Product property: For real number a and integers m and n, the product property is...Formula used: General form of polynomial: “1. The general form of the polynomial is given by...Definition used: Two variables x and y are proportional to each other (or directly) if their...In order to sketch the graph of the inequality 5x+2y≤10, first draw the straight line 5x+2y=10 in...

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