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Edition: 3RD 05

Copyright: 2005

Publisher: Prentice Hall School Division

Published: 2005

International: No

Copyright: 2005

Publisher: Prentice Hall School Division

Published: 2005

International: No

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Take a closer look at the front cover to see how mathematics affects our everyday experience.

- You may have participated in a survey, for example, but do you know how we use mathematics to interpret and present the results? (Chapter 2)
- Do you know a quick way to estimate the size of a large crowd from a photograph? (Chapter 1)
- Look at the architecture in the background. The buildings all around us are based on familiar geometric figures such as triangles, squares, and rectangles. (Chapter 10)
- In some areas, crowds like this are commonplace. However, in order locales, wide-open spaces are the norm. We can describe these differences using the mathematical concept of population density. (Chapter 9)

Thinking Mathematically invites you to navigate life and its challenges with greater ease and enthusiasm.

Chapter 1. Problem Solving and Critical Thinking

Chapter 2. Set Theory

Chapter 3. Logic

Chapter 4. Number Representation and Calculation

Chapter 5. Number Theory and the Real Number System

Chapter 6. Algebra: Equations and Inequalities

Chapter 7. Algebra: Graphs, Functions, and Linear Systems

Chapter 8. Consumer Mathematics and Financial Management

Chapter 9. Measurement

Chapter 10. Geometry

Chapter 11. Counting Methods and Probability Theory

Chapter 12. Statistics

Chapter 13. Mathematical Systems

Chapter 14. Voting and Apportionment

Chapter 15. Graph Theory

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Summary

Take a closer look at the front cover to see how mathematics affects our everyday experience.

- You may have participated in a survey, for example, but do you know how we use mathematics to interpret and present the results? (Chapter 2)
- Do you know a quick way to estimate the size of a large crowd from a photograph? (Chapter 1)
- Look at the architecture in the background. The buildings all around us are based on familiar geometric figures such as triangles, squares, and rectangles. (Chapter 10)
- In some areas, crowds like this are commonplace. However, in order locales, wide-open spaces are the norm. We can describe these differences using the mathematical concept of population density. (Chapter 9)

Thinking Mathematically invites you to navigate life and its challenges with greater ease and enthusiasm.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Problem Solving and Critical Thinking

Chapter 2. Set Theory

Chapter 3. Logic

Chapter 4. Number Representation and Calculation

Chapter 5. Number Theory and the Real Number System

Chapter 6. Algebra: Equations and Inequalities

Chapter 7. Algebra: Graphs, Functions, and Linear Systems

Chapter 8. Consumer Mathematics and Financial Management

Chapter 9. Measurement

Chapter 10. Geometry

Chapter 11. Counting Methods and Probability Theory

Chapter 12. Statistics

Chapter 13. Mathematical Systems

Chapter 14. Voting and Apportionment

Chapter 15. Graph Theory

Publisher Info

Publisher: Prentice Hall School Division

Published: 2005

International: No

Published: 2005

International: No

Take a closer look at the front cover to see how mathematics affects our everyday experience.

- You may have participated in a survey, for example, but do you know how we use mathematics to interpret and present the results? (Chapter 2)
- Do you know a quick way to estimate the size of a large crowd from a photograph? (Chapter 1)
- Look at the architecture in the background. The buildings all around us are based on familiar geometric figures such as triangles, squares, and rectangles. (Chapter 10)
- In some areas, crowds like this are commonplace. However, in order locales, wide-open spaces are the norm. We can describe these differences using the mathematical concept of population density. (Chapter 9)

Thinking Mathematically invites you to navigate life and its challenges with greater ease and enthusiasm.

Chapter 2. Set Theory

Chapter 3. Logic

Chapter 4. Number Representation and Calculation

Chapter 5. Number Theory and the Real Number System

Chapter 6. Algebra: Equations and Inequalities

Chapter 7. Algebra: Graphs, Functions, and Linear Systems

Chapter 8. Consumer Mathematics and Financial Management

Chapter 9. Measurement

Chapter 10. Geometry

Chapter 11. Counting Methods and Probability Theory

Chapter 12. Statistics

Chapter 13. Mathematical Systems

Chapter 14. Voting and Apportionment

Chapter 15. Graph Theory