Developmental Mathematics (9th Edition) - 9th Edition - by Marvin L. Bittinger, Judith A. Beecher - ISBN 9780321997173
Buy this textbookBuy

Developmental Mathematics (9th Edition)
9th Edition
Marvin L. Bittinger, Judith A. Beecher
Publisher: PEARSON
ISBN: 9780321997173

Solutions for Developmental Mathematics (9th Edition)

Browse All Chapters of This Textbook

Chapter 2 - Fraction NotationChapter 2.1 - Fraction Notation And SimplifyingChapter 2.2 - Multiplication And DivisionChapter 2.3 - Addition And Subtraction; OrderChapter 2.4 - Mixed NumeralsChapter 2.5 - Applications And Problem SolvingChapter 2.6 - Order Of Operations And EstimationChapter 3 - Decimal NotationChapter 3.1 - Decimal Notation, Order, And RoundingChapter 3.2 - Addition And SubtractionChapter 3.3 - MultiplicationChapter 3.4 - DivisionChapter 3.5 - Converting From Fraction Notation To Decimal NotationChapter 3.6 - EstimatingChapter 3.7 - Applications And Problem SolvingChapter 4 - Percent NotationChapter 4.1 - Ratio And ProportionChapter 4.2 - Percent NotationChapter 4.3 - Percent Notation And Fraction NotationChapter 4.4 - Solving Percent Problems Using Percent EquationsChapter 4.5 - Solving Percent Problems Using ProportionsChapter 4.6 - Applications Of PercentChapter 4.7 - Sales Tax, Commission, And DiscountChapter 4.8 - Simple Interest And Compound Interest; Credit CardsChapter 5 - Data, Graphs, And StatisticsChapter 5.1 - Averages, Medians, And ModesChapter 5.2 - Interpreting Data From Tables And GraphsChapter 5.3 - Interpreting And Drawing Bar Graphs And Line GraphsChapter 5.4 - Interpreting And Drawing Circle GraphsChapter 6 - GeometryChapter 6.1 - Basic Geometric FiguresChapter 6.2 - PerimeterChapter 6.3 - AreaChapter 6.4 - CirclesChapter 6.5 - Volume And Surface AreaChapter 6.6 - Relationships Between Angle MeasuresChapter 6.7 - Congruent Triangles And Properties Of ParallelogramsChapter 6.8 - Similar TrianglesChapter 7 - Introduction To Real Numbers And Algebraic ExpressionsChapter 7.1 - Introduction To AlgebraChapter 7.2 - The Real NumbersChapter 7.3 - Addition Of Real NumbersChapter 7.4 - Subtraction Of Real NumbersChapter 7.5 - Multiplication Of Real NumbersChapter 7.6 - Division Of Real NumbersChapter 7.7 - Properties Of Real NumbersChapter 7.8 - Simplifying Expressions; Order Of OperationsChapter 8 - Solving Equations And InequalitiesChapter 8.1 - Solving Equations: The Addition PrincipleChapter 8.2 - Solving Equations: The Multiplication PrincipleChapter 8.3 - Using The Principles TogetherChapter 8.4 - FormulasChapter 8.5 - Applications Of PercentChapter 8.6 - Applications And Problem SolvingChapter 8.7 - Solving InequalitiesChapter 8.8 - Applications And Problem Solving With InequalitiesChapter 9 - Graphs Of Linear EquationsChapter 9.1 - Graphs And Applications Of Linear EquationsChapter 9.2 - More With Graphing And InterceptsChapter 9.3 - Slope And ApplicationsChapter 9.4 - Equations Of LinesChapter 9.5 - Graphing Using The Slope And The Y-lnterceptChapter 9.6 - Parallel Lines And Perpendicular LinesChapter 9.7 - Graphing Inequalities In Two VariablesChapter 10 - Polynomials: OperationsChapter 10.1 - Integers As ExponentsChapter 10.2 - Exponents And Scientific NotationChapter 10.3 - Introduction To PolynomialsChapter 10.4 - Addition And Subtraction Of PolynomialsChapter 10.5 - Multiplication Of PolynomialsChapter 10.6 - Special ProductsChapter 10.7 - Operations With Polynomials In Several VariablesChapter 10.8 - Division Of PolynomialsChapter 11 - Polynomials: FactoringChapter 11.1 - Introduction To FactoringChapter 11.2 - Factoring Trinomials Of The Type X2 + Bx + CChapter 11.3 - Factoring Ax2 + Bx+ C, A≠ 1: The Foil MethodChapter 11.4 - Factoring Ax2 + Bx + C, A ≠ 1: The Ac-methodChapter 11.5 - Factoring Trinomial Squares And Differences Of SquaresChapter 11.6 - Factoring: A General StrategyChapter 11.7 - Solving Quadratic Equations By FactoringChapter 11.8 - Applications Of Quadratic EquationsChapter 12 - Rational Expressions And EquationsChapter 12.1 - Multiplying And Simplifying Rational ExpressionsChapter 12.2 - Division And ReciprocalsChapter 12.3 - Least Common Multiples And DenominatorsChapter 12.4 - Adding Rational ExpressionsChapter 12.5 - Subtracting Rational ExpressionsChapter 12.6 - Complex Rational ExpressionsChapter 12.7 - Solving Rational EquationsChapter 12.8 - Applications Using Rational Equations And ProportionsChapter 12.9 - Direct Variation And Inverse VariationChapter 13 - Systems Of EquationsChapter 13.1 - Systems Of Equations In Two VariablesChapter 13.2 - The Substitution MethodChapter 13.3 - The Elimination MethodChapter 13.4 - Applications And Problem SolvingChapter 13.5 - Applications With MotionChapter 14 - Radical Expressions And EquationsChapter 14.1 - Introduction To Radical ExpressionsChapter 14.2 - Multiplying And Simplifying With Radical ExpressionsChapter 14.3 - Quotients Involving Radical ExpressionsChapter 14.4 - Addition, Subtraction, And More MultiplicationChapter 14.5 - Radical EquationsChapter 14.6 - Applications With Right TrianglesChapter 15 - Quadratic EquationsChapter 15.1 - Introduction To Quadratic EquationsChapter 15.2 - Solving Quadratic Equations By Completing The SquareChapter 15.3 - The Quadratic FormulaChapter 15.4 - FormulasChapter 15.5 - Applications And Problem SolvingChapter 15.6 - Graphs Of Quadratic EquationsChapter 15.7 - FunctionsChapter A - Linear Measures: American Units And Metric UnitsChapter B - Weight And Mass; Medical ApplicationsChapter C - Capacity; Medical ApplicationsChapter D - Time And TemperatureChapter E - SetsChapter F - Factoring Sums Or Differences Of CubesChapter G - Finding Equations Of Lines: Point–slope EquationChapter H - Equations Involving Absolute ValueChapter I - The Distance Formula And MidpointsChapter J - Higher Roots, And Rational Numbers As ExponentsChapter K - Inequalities And Interval NotationChapter L - Nonlinear InequalitiesChapter M - Systems Of Linear InequalitiesChapter N - ProbabilityChapter O - The Complex Numbers

Book Details

The  Bittinger Worktext Series recognizes that math hasn't changed, but students-and the way they learn math-have. This latest edition continues the Bittinger tradition of objective-based, guided learning, while also integrating timely updates to the proven pedagogy. This edition has a greater emphasis on guided learning and helping students get the most out of all of the resources available, including new mobile learning resources, whether in a traditional lecture, hybrid, lab-based, or online course.

Sample Solutions for this Textbook

We offer sample solutions for Developmental Mathematics (9th Edition) homework problems. See examples below:

Given Information: The provided statement is “In the expression 75, the number 5 is _______”. The...Given Information: The provided choices are as follows, 1: Common 2: Similar 3: Product 4:...Given information: List of options: Reciprocals; proportion; rational; equivalent; directly;...Given information: The options are: algebraic, graphical, intersection, union, infinitely many...Given information: The provided choices are: Principal, Pythagorean, Radical, Legs, Square,...Given Information: The list is as follows: 1: Domain 2: Range 3: Function 4: Relation 5: Quadratic...Consider the below measurement of line, Use above measurement to calculate the measure of the...According to American system weight is used to measure large weight and denoted as ton(T). Ounces is...According to American system of measurement gallon is used to measure large fluid quantity and...Consider the given statement, As it is known that 1 hr=60 min, Therefore, 2 hr=2⋅1 hr=1⋅60 min=120...Given Information: The set of whole numbers 0 through 7. Explanation: Roster method shows the...Given Information: The expression, x3−27. Formula used: The difference of the two expressions that...Given Information: The slope is m=−3 and the point is (−5,4). Formula used: The point-slope equation...Given Information: The equation |x|=6 Formula Used: If p is a positive number and X is any algebraic...Given Information: The provided points are, (2,6) and (−4,−2). Formula Used: The distance between...Given Information: The expression is 9. Formula used: Square root: If c is a square of the number a...Given Information: The provided set is {x|−4≤x<5}. Formula used: To write the inequality in the...Given Information: The provided inequality is x2+2x−3>0. Formula used: Steps to solve the...Given Information: The system of inequalities x+y≥1 and y−x≥2. Graph: Consider the provided system...Given Information: The number of people who are left-handed, right-handed or both in a survey shown...Given Information: The expression is −5. Formula used: Complex number: The square root of a −1 is...

More Editions of This Book

Corresponding editions of this textbook are also available below:

Developmental Mathematics, Loose-leaf Edition, Plus Mylab Math -- 24 Month Access Card Package (10th Edition)
10th Edition
ISBN: 9780135859940
DEVELOPMENTAL MATH.-W/ACCESS >CUSTOM<
3rd Edition
ISBN: 9781323395226
Developmental Mathematics
2nd Edition
ISBN: 9781256706021
Developmental Mathematics
7th Edition
ISBN: 9780321510723
DEVELOP.MATH(3 VOLS) CUSTOM-W/MML <IC<
16th Edition
ISBN: 9781323235911

Related Math Textbooks with Solutions

Still sussing out bartleby
Check out a sample textbook solution.
See a sample solution