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Author(s): George T Gilbert, Rhonda L Hatcher
Mathematics Beyond the Numbers is written in a conversational style and uses real-world data and applications to make the topics come to life for today’s students!
Author(s): Claudia Stuart
Reading poetry is almost as much an art form as is writing poetry. You don’t just skim the words of one and go on to the next. You read the words, maybe even speak them aloud, and listen to what they have to say. You focus on your own reaction, hear what the words have said to your heart, find that knowing place where Truth lives. You hold that poem for a while, live with it, taste it. Only when you have absorbed all you can for the moment do you set it down gently and rest.
Author(s): John P McHale
Convergent Media Writing: Telling a Good Story Well is designed for use in an introductory survey course on writing for media. It exposes students to the various media forms they may encounter later in their programs of study and/or in their future careers.
Convergent Media Writing: Telling a Good Story Well will:
Author(s): Pedro Irigoyen, Frank Rudo, DAVID SARNO, JUN HO SHIN, Paris Svoronos, Peter Wong
Laboratory Experiments for General Chemistry, Fourth Edition updates and expands on earlier editions of this lab manual and is designed for the conventional two-semester General Chemistry sequence that is required for most STEM and pre-health programs. The experiments cover a wide range of topics including physical and chemical properties, stoichiometry, gas laws, spectrophotometry, qualitative analysis, acids and bases, kinetics, equilibrium, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, and nuclear chemistry.
Author(s): Michael Jolly
Until very recently it was possible to believe that we were living in a new world in which the economic problems of the past had little or no relevance. The subprime mortgage crisis of 2008, along with the subsequent ‘Great Recession’ and sovereign debt crisis, shattered this complacency.
Author(s): Ryan Pace
Business Entity Taxation rejects the traditional textbook method of providing the student with an onslaught of detail and complication. Rather, the focus is on a strong presentation of the fundamentals. To use a basketball analogy, a player must first develop a strong ability to pass, dribble and shoot. Once those skills are mastered, the student can readily adapt his or her skills to execute more advanced plays and sophisticated strategies presented by the coach.
Author(s): Sarah Sandvig
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Music Theory for Singers is geared specifically for voice students and singers. This book was written to help students understand the fundamentals of theory related to voice, apply it to the varied repertoire they learn throughout the year and become not only better singers, but also educated musicians.
Author(s): University of North Carolina Greensboro
Laboratory Manual for Human Physiology provides students with an opportunity to explore physiological processes in a completely hands on series of experiments that make extensive use of ADInstruments PowerLab data collection system. Students work with real biological preparations, including themselves, in both guided and inquiry-based experiments. All lab activities support and include questions that link back to concepts taught in lecture.