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 Title: Technical Mathematics
 Author(s) Morgan Chase
 Publisher: Open Oregon Educational Resources (2021)
 License(s): CC BYNCSA 3.0
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 eBook: HTML, PDF (257 pages), ePub, and MOBI (Kindle), etc.
 Language: English
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 ISBN13: 9781636350752
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Book Description
This developmentallevel mathematics textbook is intended for careertechnical students.
It provides a thorough review of pre calculus topics ranging from algebra and geometry to trigonometry and analytic geometry, with a strong emphasis on their applications in specific occupations. The book's breadth of coverage and practical focus will prepare you well for a technical, engineering technology, or scientific career, while integrated calculator and spreadsheet examples teach you to solve problems the way professionals do on the job.
Written in an easytounderstand manner, this comprehensive book complements core content with numerous applicationoriented exercises and examples to help you apply your knowledge of mathematics and technology to situations you may encounter as a working professional.
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