Mathematical Ideas (12th Edition)Author:
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Pub Date: 2011
Charles D. Miller is the author of Mathematical Ideas (12th Edition), published 2011 under ISBN 9780321693815 and 0321693817. Three hundred thirty eight Mathematical Ideas (12th Edition) textbooks are available for sale on ValoreBooks.com, seventy six used from the cheapest price of $37.08, or buy new starting at $95.67. [read more]
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All the examples and different equations were helpful with passing the classread more
They were math books. It was greet covering all the materials learned in class.
The class didn't teach me as much as the book. The teacher was horrible, but she did choose a great bookread more
perhaps take out the intros that connect to pop culture; the book is pretty heavy
It is definitely more college level. It would be better if the wording would be more "down to earth".read more
Formulas, because we need them to solve the problem!
More helpful it should me different ways to do different things and different formulas as well.read more
For the most part it all was very informational and helpful it also gave me insight into other key things.
The FlashCards in the back were not very helpful because to me they are just pointless. I am more of a hands on learner so seeing more examples worked out in the book would be a major plus.read more
I would include more examples in each chapter. I would also change the way the lessons are explained because some of them were pretty hard to understand.
Loved, loved, loved this book. I went into this course thinking I was doomed. I was a hater of Math, this book converted me.read more
The material literally teaches a step by step proven method for problem solving!!!
The fact that this book showed how to break simple mathematics into so much more different than what we think was very useful.read more
Not sure what would make this better. Pretty decent book.
This book is introductory to college algebra. It contains material learned is high school, so it is more of a refresher when it comes to learning.read more
The study guides at the end of each chapter were most resourceful and relevant to the tests.
The book clearly showed the breakdown for all of the different types of problems that were introduced and had plenty of practice problems to work on, which was very helpful for studying before tests especially with a teacher that did not always explain the problems very well.read more
It was one of the basic concepts of math class that students had to chose from.
I used this book for a mathematical course for liberal arts degree. It was the second part and the course number was 152. We studied line graphs, geometry, statistics, and probability. I felt that the material was well described both in the book and in class, the online tutorials were overkill.read more
I felt that this book only partially prepared me for the GRE exam, I did study for the test using this particular text, and I did complete the practice quizzes, but I did not do quite as well as I had hoped. Overall I thought that it prepared pretty well, but could use some improvement in the English and Math sections.
I had to take this course for Math which I was not pleased but it was very helpful.read more
I learned just what I needed to learn to get through the course.
There was no aspect of this book that I would change.read more
This book is by far the best math book in the history of math. I actually enjoyed reading it!
Pub Date: 2011