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Bob Blitzer'sIntroductory Algebra for College Students with Integrated Review offers a complete introductory algebra MyMathLab® course with integrated review of select prerequisite topics from prealgebra. This course solution may be used in a co-requisite course model, or simply to help underprepared students master prerequisite skills and concepts. About Introductory Algebra for College Students. Gets them engaged. Keeps them engaged. Bob Blitzer's use of realistic applications instantly piques students' curiosity about the presence of mathematical concepts in the world around them. These applications are apparent throughout the entire program - from his relatable examples, friendly writing style, and thought-provoking features in the textbook, to the enhanced digital resources in the MyMathLab course. Blitzer pulls from topics that are relevant to college students, often from pop culture and everyday life, to ensure that students will actually use their learning resources to achieve success. With an expansion of the series to now include a Developmental Math "all-in-one" text (with content spanning prealgebra through intermediate algebra), and with an enhanced media program accompanying this revision, developmental students at all levels will see how math applies to their daily lives and culture.

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Given: The expression 2+10x Calculation: In order to find the value of the expression 2+10x at x=6 ,...Given: The equation x2=12−x4. Calculation: Here we have been given the equation as x2=12−x4. Now we...Given: The graph of the line. Concept used: To find the x -intercept of a given line on a graph, the...Given: 3x+2y=62x−y=4 Calculation: In order to solve a pair of linear equations graphically, we...Given: The algebraic expression (11x2y3)(−5x2y3), the objective is to determine the expression after...Given: The polynomial is x5+x4. Calculation: Consider the polynomial x5+x4. We have to completely...: Given: 2−4(x+2)=5−3(2x+1) Concept Used: Solve equations by addition, subtraction, distribution,...Given: We are given 50·6. Concept Used: We will apply the multiplication rules of roots and simplify...Given: An equation: (3x−2)2=100. Calculation: To solve our equation, we will take square root of...

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