Applied Finite Mathematics (Roberta Bloom)

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Applied Finite Mathematics (Roberta Bloom)

This book provides examples of how mathematics is used in numerous academic disciplines. There is a ton of actual data and applications in the text.

To help you understand how mathematics connects to your own life and interests, it employs a wide range of applications built on actual data from business, economics, and the life and social sciences.

Concepts are explained in detail, and the computations provide enough information for you to follow along and grasp the methods involved in solving problems. Numerous exercises and examples, many of which are based on actual data, show how mathematical ideas are used in real-world situations. The book also offers tech tips that will enable you to complete some exercises using graphing calculators and Microsoft Excel.

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About the Authors
Roberta Bloom has been a math and statistics instructor at De Anza College since 2001. Prior to that, she spent some time as a professor at Foothill College. He enjoys teaching a wide range of math courses at De Anza and especially enjoys the chance to introduce students to numerous applications of mathematics in the real world, despite the fact that he mostly teaches statistics, calculus, and finite math.
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