College Algebra - Christopher Valle

College Algebra

By Christopher Valle

  • Release Date: 2012-03-06
  • Genre: Algebra
4 Score: 4 (From 48 Ratings)
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  • Description

    This book covers selected topics generally offered in College Algebra. The book also includes interactive figures.
    Current topics include the following:
    Graphs of Functions
    Function Transformations
    Systems of Equations
    Exponents
    Logarithms
    Exponential Models
    If anyone reports a type I will correct the book and issue an update immediately.
    If you have any questions please feel free to contact me.
    Christopher Valle
    christophervalle@me.com

    Reviews

    • What a great book!

      5
      By AnthonyJDodd
      This is a solid book! The use of iBooks Author for the layout is excellent. This book seems to be a great source for learning!
    • Great Intro

      5
      By carbon-15
      This is a great introduction to exponents and logarithms--much better than a standard chapter out of a regular textbook. It has straight forward text and plenty of interactive examples. This would be a good supplement for an Alg 2 or College Algebra class. The typo mentioned in another review appears to be fixed.
    • Wonderful Introduction to Exponents and Logs

      5
      By Ajfuller26
      I found this interactive textbook to be a good refresher of log and exponent properties! The text is well written and the "quizzes" after each topic are very helpful in deciding if concepts were truly learned and understood. I did find one error in the logarithm section (problem set 2.7) where the correct answer is not displayed for the fourth problem in the set (the answer to log-base 2 of 1/16 should be -4). Other than this small mistake, I fully recommend this book to those learning exponential and logarithmic properties for the first time or those simply wanting a refresher.

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