Finite Math 9th edition

Larry J. Goldstein, David I. Schneider, and Martha J. Siegel
Publisher: Pearson Education

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• Chapter 1: Linear Equations and Straight Lines
• 1.1: Coordinate Systems and Graphs (6)
• 1.2: Linear Inequalities (4)
• 1.3: The Intersection Point of a Pair of Lines (4)
• 1.4: The Slope of a Straight Line (4)
• 1.5: The Method of Least Squares (4)

• Chapter 2: Matrices
• 2.1: Solving Systems of Linear Equations, I (7)
• 2.2: Solving Systems of Linear Equations, II (9)
• 2.3: Arithmetic Operations on Matrices (12)
• 2.4: The Inverse of a Matrix (6)
• 2.5: The Gauss-Jordan Method for Calculating Inverses
• 2.6: Input-Output Analysis (10)

• Chapter 3: Linear Programming, A Geometric Approach
• 3.1: A Linear Programming Problem (4)
• 3.2: Linear Programming I (7)
• 3.3: Linear Programming II (4)

• Chapter 4: The Simplex Method
• 4.1: Slack Variables and the Simplex Tableau
• 4.2: The Simplex Method I: Maximum Problems
• 4.3: The Simplex Method II: Minimum Problems
• 4.4: Sensitivity Analysis and Matrix Formulations of Linear Programming Problems
• 4.5: Duality

• Chapter 5: Sets and Counting
• 5.1: Sets (5)
• 5.2: A Fundamental Principle of Counting (8)
• 5.3: Venn Diagrams and Counting (11)
• 5.4: The Multiplication Principle (10)
• 5.5: Permutations and Combinations (13)
• 5.6: Further Counting Problems (14)
• 5.7: The Binomial Theorem
• 5.8: Multinomial Coefficients and Partitions

• Chapter 6: Probability
• 6.1: Introduction
• 6.2: Experiments, Outcomes, and Events (8)
• 6.3: Assignment of Probabilities (8)
• 6.4: Calculating Probabilities of Events (11)
• 6.5: Conditional Probability and Independence (15)
• 6.6: Tree Diagrams (13)
• 6.7: Bayes' Theorem (11)
• 6.8: Simulation

• Chapter 7: Probability and Statistics
• 7.1: Visual Representations of Data (6)
• 7.2: Frequency and Probability Distributions (5)
• 7.3: Binomial Trials (7)
• 7.4: The Mean (11)
• 7.5: The Variance and Standard Deviation (7)
• 7.6: The Normal Distribution (18)
• 7.7: Normal Approximation to the Binomial Distribution (7)

• Chapter 8: Markov Processes
• 8.1: The Transition Matrix (8)
• 8.2: Regular Stochastic Matrices (6)
• 8.3: Absorbing Stochastic Matrices (9)

• Chapter 9: The Theory of Games
• 9.1: Games and Strategies
• 9.2: Mixed Strategies
• 9.3: Determining Optimal Mixed Strategies

• Chapter 10: The Mathematics of Finance
• 10.1: Interest (12)
• 10.2: Annuities (13)
• 10.3: Amortization of Loans (12)
• 10.4: Personal Financial Decisions (20)

• Chapter 11: Difference Equations and Mathematical Models
• 11.1: Introduction to Difference Equations I
• 11.2: Introduction to Difference Equations II
• 11.3: Graphing Difference Equations
• 11.4: Mathematics of Personal Finance
• 11.5: Modeling with Difference Equations

• Chapter 12: Logic
• 12.1: Introduction to Logic
• 12.2: Truth Tables
• 12.3: Implication
• 12.4: Logical Implication and Equivalence
• 12.5: Valid Argument
• 12.6: Predicate Calculus
• 12.7: Logic Circuits

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Chapter 8: Markov Processes
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Chapter 9: The Theory of Games
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Chapter 10: The Mathematics of Finance
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Chapter 11: Difference Equations and Mathematical Models
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Chapter 12: Logic
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