# For All Practical Purposes 10th edition

COMAP, Inc. (Consortium for Mathematics and Its Applications)
Publisher: Macmillan Learning

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• Chapter 1: Urban Services
• 1.1: Euler Circuits
• 1.2: Finding Euler Circuits (16)
• 1.3: Beyond Euler Circuits
• 1.4: Urban Graph Traversal Problems (15)
• 1: Chapter Review (1)
• 1: Skills Check

• Chapter 2: Business Efficiency
• 2.1: Hamiltonian Circuits (11)
• 2.2: Traveling Salesman Problem
• 2.3: Helping Traveling Salesmen (6)
• 2.4: Minimum-Cost Spanning Trees (7)
• 2.5: Critical-Path Analysis (3)
• 2: Chapter Review
• 2: Skills Check (4)

• Chapter 3: Planning and Scheduling
• 3.1: Scheduling Tasks
• 3.2: Critical-Path Schedules (12)
• 3.3: Independent Tasks (6)
• 3.4: Bin Packing (7)
• 3.5: Resolving Conflict via Coloring (8)
• 3: Chapter Review
• 3: Skills Check (5)

• Chapter 4: Linear Programming and the Transportation Problem
• 4.1: Linear Programming and Mixture Problems: Combining Resources to Maximize Profit (13)
• 4.2: Finding the Optimal Production Policy
• 4.3: Why the Corner Point Principle Works
• 4.4: Linear Programming: Life Is Complicated (15)
• 4.5: A Transportation Problem: Delivering Perishables
• 4.6: Improving on the Current Solution (2)
• 4: Chapter Review
• 4: Skills Check

• Chapter 5: Exploring Data: Distributions
• 5.1: Displaying Distributions: Histograms (2)
• 5.2: Interpreting Histograms (2)
• 5.3: Displaying Distributions: Stemplots (2)
• 5.4: Describing Center: Mean and Median (2)
• 5.5: Describing Variability: Range and Quartiles
• 5.6: The Five-Number Summary and Boxplots (6)
• 5.7: Describing Variability: The Standard Deviation (2)
• 5.8: Normal Distributions (1)
• 5.9: The 68–95–99.7 Rule for Normal Distributions (9)
• 5: Chapter Review (2)
• 5: Skills Check

• Chapter 6: Exploring Data: Relationships
• 6.1: Displaying Relationships: Scatterplot (2)
• 6.2: Making Predictions: Regression Line (3)
• 6.3: Correlation (6)
• 6.4: Least-Squares Regression (6)
• 6.5: Interpreting Correlation and Regression (5)
• 6: Chapter Review (2)
• 6: Skills Check (5)

• Chapter 7: Data for Decisions
• 7.1: Sampling (2)
• 7.2: Bad Sampling Methods (2)
• 7.3: Simple Random Samples (3)
• 7.4: Cautions About Sample Surveys (1)
• 7.5: Experiments (2)
• 7.6: Experiments Versus Observational Studies (2)
• 7.7: Inference: From Sample to Population (8)
• 7: Chapter Review
• 7: Skills Check (5)

• Chapter 8: Probability: The Mathematics of Chance
• 8.1: Random Phenomena and Probability (3)
• 8.2: Basic Rules of Probability (3)
• 8.3: Rules of Probability: Independent and Dependent Events (3)
• 8.4: Discrete Probability Models (3)
• 8.5: Equally Likely Outcomes (3)
• 8.6: Continuous Probability Models (1)
• 8.7: The Mean and Standard Deviation of a Probability Model (3)
• 8.8: The Central Limit Theorem (4)
• 8: Chapter Review (2)
• 8: Skills Check (5)

• Chapter 9: Social Choice: The Impossible Dream
• 9.1: An Introduction to Social Choice
• 9.2: Majority Rule and Condorcet's Method (6)
• 9.3: Other Voting Systems for Three or More Candidates (18)
• 9.4: Insurmountable Difficulties: Arrow's Impossibility Theorem
• 9.5: A Better Approach? Approval Voting (2)
• 9: Chapter Review (2)
• 9: Skills Check

• Chapter 10: The Manipulability of Voting Systems
• 10.1: An Introduction to Manipulability
• 10.2: Majority Rule and Condorcet's Method (1)
• 10.3: The Manipulability of Other Voting Systems for Three or More Candidates (6)
• 10.4: Impossibility (3)
• 10.5: The Chair's Paradox (2)
• 10: Chapter Review (3)
• 10: Skills Check (5)

• Chapter 11: Weighted Voting Systems
• 11.1: How Weighted Voting Works (5)
• 11.2: The Shapley–Shubik Model (3)
• 11.3: The Banzhaf Model (7)
• 11.4: Voting Systems—Without Weights (9)
• 11: Chapter Review
• 11: Skills Check (2)

• Chapter 12: Electing the President
• 12.1: Narrowing the Field through the Primary Process (3)
• 12.2: Spatial Models for Two-Candidate Elections: Discrete Distributions (4)
• 12.3: Spatial Models for Two-Candidate Elections: Continuous Distributions (2)
• 12.4: Spatial Models for Multicandidate Elections (6)
• 12.5: Spatial Models and the Electoral College (1)
• 12: Skills Check (5)

• Chapter 13: Fair Division
• 13.1: The Adjusted Winner Procedure (6)
• 13.2: The Knaster Inheritance Procedure (4)
• 13.3: Fair Division and Organ Transplant Policies (1)
• 13.4: Taking Turns (5)
• 13.5: Divide-and-Choose (2)
• 13.6: Cake-Division Procedures: Proportionality (1)
• 13.7: Cake-Division Procedures: The Problem of Envy (1)
• 13.8: Vickrey Auctions
• 13: Chapter Review (2)
• 13: Skills Check (1)

• Chapter 14: Apportionment
• 14.1: The Apportionment Problem (3)
• 14.2: The Hamilton Method (6)
• 14.3: Divisor Methods (9)
• 14.4: Which Divisor Method Is Best? (9)
• 14: Chapter Review (4)
• 14: Skills Check

• Chapter 15: Game Theory: The Mathematics of Competition
• 15.1: Two-Person Total-Conflict Games: Pure Strategies (5)
• 15.2: Two-Person Total-Conflict Games: Mixed Strategies (15)
• 15.3: Partial-Conflict Games (3)
• 15.4: Mechanism Design and Larger Games (4)
• 15.5: Using Game Theory (1)
• 15: Chapter Review
• 15: Skills Check

• Chapter 16: Identification Numbers
• 16.1: Check Digits (20)
• 16.2: The ZIP Code
• 16.3: Bar Codes (3)
• 16.4: Encoding Personal Data (4)
• 16: Chapter Review (2)
• 16: Skills Check (5)

• Chapter 17: Encoding Information
• 17.1: Binary Codes (4)
• 17.2: Encoding with Parity-Check Sums (3)
• 17.3: Data Compression (9)
• 17.4: Cryptography (8)
• 17: Chapter Review
• 17: Skills Check (5)

• Chapter 18: Growth and Form
• 18.1: Geometric Similarity (7)
• 18.2: How Much Is That in...? (6)
• 18.3: Big Stuff (9)
• 18.4: Dimension Tension (5)
• 18.5: How We Grow
• 18: Chapter Review (1)
• 18: Skills Check (5)

• Chapter 19: Symmetry and Pattern
• 19.1: Fibonacci Numbers and the Golden Ratio (8)
• 19.2: Rosette and Strip Patterns (4)
• 19.3: Notation for Patterns (13)
• 19.4: Symmetry Groups (4)
• 19.5: Fractal Patterns and Chaos
• 19: Chapter Review
• 19: Skills Check (5)

• Chapter 20: Tilings
• 20.1: Tilings with Regular Polygons (8)
• 20.2: Tilings with Irregular Polygons (1)
• 20.3: Using Only Translations (2)
• 20.4: Using Translations Plus Half-Turns (2)
• 20.5: Nonperiodic Tilings (2)
• 20: Chapter Review (1)
• 20: Skills Check (5)

• Chapter 21: Savings Models
• 21.1: Simple Interest and Arithmetic Growth (4)
• 21.2: Compound Interest and Geometric Growth (3)
• 21.3: Effective Rate and APY (2)
• 21.4: A Limit to Compounding (6)
• 21.5: A Model for Saving (2)
• 21.6: Inflation (4)
• 21: Chapter Review
• 21: Skills Check (4)

• Chapter 22: Borrowing Models
• 22.1: Simple Interest (2)
• 22.2: Compound Interest (2)
• 22.3: Conventional Loans (9)
• 22.4: Other Loans (4)
• 22.5: Annuities (1)
• 22: Chapter Review
• 22: Skills Check (4)

• Chapter 23: The Economics of Resources
• 23.1: Growth Models for Biological Populations (5)
• 23.2: How Long Can a Nonrenewable Resource Last? (8)
• 23.3: Radioactive Decay (3)
• 23.4: Harvesting Renewable Resources (1)
• 23.5: Dynamical Systems and Chaos (1)
• 23: Chapter Review
• 23: Skills Check (5)

• Chapter A: Algebra Review
• A.1: Algebra Review I: Handling Operations
• A.2: Algebra Review II: Representing Numbers
• A.3: Algebra Review III: Working with Formulas
• A.4: Algebra Review IV: Linear Equations and Inequalities
• A.5: Algebra Review V: Summation Notation, Sequences, and Series
• A.6: Algebra Review VI: Exponents, Roots, and Logarithms
• A.7: Algebra Review VII: Functions
• A.8: Algebra Review VIII: Permutations and Combinations

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