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Author(s): David Betounes, Mylan Redfern
NOTE: This version of the authors’ calculus book was previously titled: “Calculus: Concepts & Calculations.” It is identical to the authors’ present title: Calculus, but has in addition the Maple code and Special-Purpose Maple procedures to produce the animations and figures that are an essential dynamic part of the book. While the Maple code in this book is unobtrusive and may be ignored when reading, some instructors and students may prefer not to have it.
Author(s): Mylan Redfern Betounes, David Betounes
This Solutions Manual was written completely by the Authors. This means that it has the same problem- solving format as the textbook and, unlike other solutions manuals, provides more details, more steps toward the solutions, and more commentary and background. The figures and graphics are first-rate. Multivariable Solutions Manual covers Chapters 9-14.
Author(s): Robert A Brymer, Rhett Brymer, Lisa N. Cain, Marissa Orlowski
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Author(s): Rebecca Curnalia, Amber Ferris
New Second Edition Now Available!
Communication scholars must be inquisitive, seek answers, synthesize information, and make educated decisions – similar to being a detective.
The authors of CSI: A Step-by-Step Guide to Writing Your Research Report utilize the CSI theme to provide the reader with a step-by-step process of conceptualizing, finding sources, reading research, and writing in Communication Studies.
Author(s): Pamela Davis Hopkins, Holly J Payne, Patric Spence
Communication skills could mean the difference between triumph and failure in countless situations in one’s professional life.
Author(s): Gregg Twietmeyer
Many students come into sports ethics courses with no previous exposure to academic philosophy. As a result, students no longer have basic philosophic literacy.
The NEW Third Edition of Fundamentals of Sports Ethics sets a serious philosophic foundation upon which readers can engage sport ethics. The book introduces basic philosophic contents that far too often sport philosophers take for granted and with which students struggle.
Gregg Twietmeyer’s Fundamentals of Sports Ethics:
Author(s): David Keith Westerman, Nicholas David Bowman, Kenneth A Lachlan
Computers allow us to do things today that were barely dreamed of 60 years ago. Today, computers and networks provide us a personal space in which we can share our innermost thoughts and feelings on a large network with others.
Introduction to Mediated Communication explains and discusses mediated communication through a functional approach - focusing attention on how people use computer technology to accomplish their communication functions.
Author(s): Aaron Thompson, Joseph B Cuseo
Diversity, Anti-Racism, & The College Experience examines diversity, equity, and inclusion from a multidisciplinary perspective that integrates historical, sociological, psychological, and political factors. Blending hard empirical data with poignant personal stories, the book provides research-based practices for appreciating diversity, detecting and countering racist arguments, and engaging in anti-racism on both an individual and collective level.
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Author(s): Alan Jay Zaremba
New Second Edition Now Available!
Sports Communication: Dimensions, Theory, Applications, and Culture by Alan Jay Zaremba examines the interdependent relationships between sport and communication that affect culture, economic, politics, team performance, educational systems, and social interaction.
The NEW Second Edition of Sports Communication: Dimensions, Theory, Applications, and Culture:
Author(s): David A. Foster, David Hacker, Ann G Harris
The National Parks of the United States preserve our nation's iconic landscapes and some of the finest examples of geologic heritage. From glaciers to caves, volcanoes to canyons, or mountains to coral reefs, the nation's geologic features and landforms have been an important part of the American experience throughout its history. The geologic features found in our national parks are a testimony to the Earth’s complexity and dynamic nature; a planet that has been in a continuous state of change since its origin 4.6 billion years ago.