The Rockswold/Krieger algebra series fosters conceptual understanding by using relevant applications and visualization to show students why math matters. It answers the common question "When will I ever use this?" Rockswold teaches students the math in context, rather than including the applications at the end of the presentation. By seamlessly integrating meaningful applications that include real data and supporting visuals (graphs, tables, charts, colors, and diagrams), students are able to see how math impacts their lives as they learn the concepts. The authors use this approach to deepen conceptual understanding and better prepare students for future math courses and life.
The Conceptual MyMathLab Update
Users of Rockswold/Krieger's Beginning and Intermediate Algebra with Applications & Visualization, Third Edition love the integration of applications and visualization to help students gain a greater conceptual understanding; however, they've requested more of this integration in the accompanying MyMathLab courses. As a result, we bring you a new Conceptual MyMathLab Update-the textbook is unchanged, but we've added these conceptually focused updates to the MyMathLab course:
For more details, check out the new to the edition page. With this updated MyMathLab course instructors will now be able to deliver a conceptually based program, with the textbook and MyMathLab course working hand-in-hand.
This imponant book presents on approach to understanding the atomic nucleus that exploits simple algebraic techniques. The book focuses primarily on a panicular algebra:ic model, the Interacting Boson Model (IBM); ft outines the algebraic structure, or group theoretical basis, of the IBM and other algebraic models using simple examples. Both the compa6son of the IBM with empirical data and its microscopic basis are explored, as are extensions to odd mass nuclei and to phenomena not onginally encompassed within its purview. An impo@ant final chapter treats fermion algebraic approaches to nuclear structure which can be both more microscopic and more general, and which represent Dromisinq avenues for future research. Each of the cont6butors to t6is work i@ a leading expen in the field of algebraic models; together they have formulated an introducbon to the subject which will be an important resource for the series graduate student and the professional physicist alike.
For the use of teachers only This book, "A key containing the statements and solutions of questions in Charles Davies' New elementary algebra," by Charles Davies, is a replication of a book originally published before 1860. It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it in a form as close to the original as possible.
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