# Elementary and Intermediate Algebra 5th edition

Jerome E. Kaufmann and Karen L. Schwitters
Publisher: Cengage Learning

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• Chapter 1: Some Basic Concepts of Arithmetic and Algebra
• 1.1: Numerical and Algebraic Expressions (23)
• 1.2: Prime and Composite Numbers (20)
• 1.3: Integers: Addition and Subtraction (25)
• 1.4: Integers: Multiplication and Division (21)
• 1.5: Use of Properties (21)

• Chapter 2: The Real Numbers
• 2.1: Rational Numbers: Multiplication and Division (20)
• 2.2: Rational Numbers: Addition and Subtraction (21)
• 2.3: Real Numbers and Algebraic Expressions (21)
• 2.4: Exponents (22)
• 2.5: Translating from English to Algebra (22)

• Chapter 3: Equations, Inequalities, and Problem Solving
• 3.1: Solving First-Degree Equations (20)
• 3.2: Equations and Problem Solving (21)
• 3.3: More on Solving Equations and Problem Solving (23)
• 3.4: Equations Involving Parentheses and Fractional Forms (22)
• 3.5: Inequalities (21)
• 3.6: Inequalities, Compound Inequalities, and Problem Solving (21)

• Chapter 4: Formulas and Problem Solving
• 4.1: Ratio, Proportion, and Percent (21)
• 4.2: More on Percents and Problem Solving (20)
• 4.3: Formulas: Geometric and Others (21)
• 4.4: Problem Solving (20)
• 4.5: More About Problem Solving (23)

• Chapter 5: Coordinate Geometry and Linear Systems
• 5.1: Cartesian Coordinate System (22)
• 5.2: Graphing Linear Equations (20)
• 5.3: Slope of a Line (22)
• 5.4: Writing Equations of Lines (21)
• 5.5: Systems of Two Linear Equations (25)
• 5.7: Graphing Linear Inequalities (19)

• Chapter 6: Exponents and Polynomials
• 6.1: Addition and Subtraction of Polynomials (20)
• 6.2: Multiplying Monomials (22)
• 6.3: Multiplying Polynomials (22)
• 6.4: Dividing by Monomials (20)
• 6.5: Dividing by Binomials (20)
• 6.6: Zero and Negative Integers as Exponents (21)

• Chapter 7: Factoring, Solving Equations, and Problem Solving
• 7.1: Factoring by Using the Districutive Property (21)
• 7.2: Factoring the Difference of Two Squares (22)
• 7.3: Factoring Trinomials fo the Form x (to the 2nd) + bx + c (23)
• 7.4: Factoring Trinomials of the Form ax (to the 2nd) + bx + c (20)
• 7.5: Factoring, Solving Equations, and Problem Solving (20)

• Chapter 8: A Transition from Elementary Algebra to Intermediate Algebra
• 8.1: Equations: A Brief Review (20)
• 8.2: Inequalities: A Brief Review (36)
• 8.3: Equations and Inequalities Involving Absolute Value (34)
• 8.4: Polynomials: A Brief Review and Binomial Expansions (20)
• 8.5: Dividing Polynomails: Synthetic Division (20)
• 8.6: Factoring: A Vrief Review and a Step Further (20)

• Chapter 9: Rational Expressions
• 9.1: Simplifying Rational Expressions (21)
• 9.2: Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions (21)
• 9.3: Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions (20)
• 9.4: More on Rational Expressions and Complex Fractions (21)
• 9.5: Equations Containing Rational Expressions (21)
• 9.6: More on Rational Equations and Applications (20)

• Chapter 10: Exponents and Radicals
• 10.1: Integral Exponents and Scientific Notation Revisited (30)
• 10.2: Roots and Radicals (20)
• 10.3: Simplifying and Combining Radicals (21)
• 10.4: Products and Quotients of Radicals (20)
• 10.6: Merging Exponents and Roots (20)

• Chapter 11: Quadratic Equations and Inequalities
• 11.1: Complex Numbers (21)
• 11.3: Completing the Square (21)
• 11.5: More Quadratic Equations and Applications (22)
• 11.6: Quadratic and Other Nonlinear Inequalities (40)

• Chapter 12: Coordinate Geometry: Lines, Parabolas, Circles, Ellipses, and Hyperbolas
• 12.1: Distance, Slope, and Graphing Techniques (24)
• 12.2: Graphing Parabolas (20)
• 12.3: More Parabolas and Some Circles (20)
• 12.4: Graphing Ellipses (20)
• 12.5: Graphing Hyperbolas (17)

• Chapter 13: Function
• 13.1: Relations and Functions (21)
• 13.2: Functions: Their Graphs and Applications (19)
• 13.3: Graphing Made Easy Via Transformations (20)
• 13.4: Composition of Functions (20)
• 13.5: Direct Variation and Inverse Variation (20)

• Chapter 14: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
• 14.1: Exponents and Exponential Functions (25)
• 14.2: Applications of Exponential Functions (28)
• 14.3: Inverse Functions (22)
• 14.4: Logarithms (33)
• 14.5: Logarithmic Functions (28)
• 14.6: Exponential Equations, Logarithmic Equations, and Problem Solving (30)

• Chapter 15: Systems of Equations: Matrices and Determinants
• 15.1: Systems of Two Linear Equations: A Brief Review (20)
• 15.2: Systems of Three Linear Equations in Three Variables (23)
• 15.3: A Matrix Approach to Solving Systems (20)
• 15.4: Determinants (23)
• 15.5: Cramer's Rule (22)
• 15.6: Systems Involving Nonlinear Equations (20)

• Chapter 16: Miscellaneous Topics: Problem Solving
• 16.1: Arithmetic Sequences (20)
• 16.2: Geometric Sequences (23)
• 16.3: Fundamental Principle of Counting (20)
• 16.4: Permutations and Combinations (20)
• 16.5: Some Basic Probability Ideas (20)
• 16.6: Binomial Expansions Revisited (29)

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Chapter 1: Some Basic Concepts of Arithmetic and Algebra
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Chapter 2: The Real Numbers
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Chapter 3: Equations, Inequalities, and Problem Solving
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Chapter 4: Formulas and Problem Solving
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Chapter 5: Coordinate Geometry and Linear Systems
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Chapter 6: Exponents and Polynomials
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Chapter 7: Factoring, Solving Equations, and Problem Solving
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Chapter 8: A Transition from Elementary Algebra to Intermediate Algebra
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Chapter 9: Rational Expressions
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Chapter 11: Quadratic Equations and Inequalities
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Chapter 12: Coordinate Geometry: Lines, Parabolas, Circles, Ellipses, and Hyperbolas
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Chapter 13: Function
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Chapter 14: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
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Chapter 15: Systems of Equations: Matrices and Determinants
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Chapter 16: Miscellaneous Topics: Problem Solving
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