College Algebra with Integrated Review plus MyMathLab with Pearson eText and Worksheets -- Access Card Package (6th Edition)

College Algebra with Integrated Review plus MyMathLab with Pearson eText and Worksheets -- Access Card Package (6th Edition)

By Gary K. Rockswold

Pearson
9780134683553
0134683552
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For courses in College Algebra.

This package includes MyLab Math.

 

Rockswold's  College Algebra with Integrated Review  can be used in co-requisite courses, or simply to help students who enter College Algebra without a full understanding of prerequisite skills and concepts.


Integrated Review MyLab courses provide the full suite of supporting resources for the college algebra course, plus additional assignments and study aids from select intermediate algebra topics for students who will benefit from remediation. Assignments for the integrated review content are preassigned in MyLab, making it easier than ever to create your course.


Showing why math matters

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