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 Title: Precalculus: An Investigation of Functions
 Author(s) David Lippman and Melonie Rasmussen
 Publisher: CreateSpace 2.0 Edition (2017); eBook (CC Edition 2.2, August 2020)
 License(s): CC BYSA 3.0 US
 Paperback: 374 pages (Vol 1), 344 pages (Vol 2)
 eBook: PDF (704 pages), and Microsoft Word
 Language: English
 ISBN10/ASIN: 1548407127 (Vol 1), 1548407720 (Vol 2)
 ISBN13: 9781548407124 (Vol 1), 9781548407728 (Vol 2)
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Book Description
This book is a college level text in precalculus and trigonometry.
Problem solving and mathematical modeling are introduced early and reinforced throughout, providing students with a solid foundation in the principles of mathematical thinking. Comprehensive and evenly paced, the book provides complete coverage of the function concept, and integrates a significant amount of graphing calculator material to help students develop insight into mathematical ideas.
About the Authors David Lippman received his masterâ€™s degree in mathematics from Western Washington University and has been teaching at Pierce College since Fall 2000. Melonie Rasmussen also received her masterâ€™s degree in mathematics from Western Washington University and has been teaching at Pierce College since Fall 2002.
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