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By: Miller, Heeren, Hornsby

Price: new $102.00 (Expanded 9th edition)

The Expanded 9th Edition contains:

Problem Solving

Set Theory

Logic

Numeration and Mathematical Systems

Number Theory

Real Numbers

Algebra

Graphs and Functions

Systems of Equations and Inequalities

Geometry

Counting Methods

Probability

Statistics

Consumer Mathematics

Graph Theory

Voting and Apportionment

Pros: This textbook is designed primarily for education majors and so this book is less terse and easily understandable compared to some other general mathematics textbooks. It contains basic information about a variety of mathematical topics, making it ideal for a person who wishes to be well-rounded in general mathematics. Plenty of practice problems provide sufficient exercises for the mathematical mind. Every other page or so, the authors provide a biographical sketch of a famous mathematician or an interesting note about notation or history.

Cons: Because it is designed primarily for education majors, it lacks the depth that other mathematical textbooks have.

Overall: I would highly recommend this book for anybody interested in learning the basics of mathematics.

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