# Basic College Mathematics

by D. Franklin Wright

Basic Mathematics helps students develop basic arithmetic skills, as well as reasoning and problem-solving skills. The material emphasizes the why and how of basic operations and procedures to give students greater meaning to their learning.

Formats: Software, Textbook, eBook

Product ISBN
Software + eBook 978-1-944894-11-5
Software + eBook + Textbook 978-1-944894-13-9

1. Chapter 1: Whole Numbers
1. 1.1 Reading and Writing Whole Numbers
2. 1.2 Addition with Whole Numbers
3. 1.3 Subtraction with Whole Numbers
4. 1.4 Rounding and Estimating with Whole Numbers
5. 1.5 Multiplication with Whole Numbers
6. 1.6 Division with Whole Numbers
7. 1.7 Problem Solving with Whole Numbers
8. 1.8 Geometry: Perimeter and Area
9. Chapter 1 Review and Test
2. Chapter 2: Exponents, Prime Numbers and LCM
1. 2.1 Exponents
2. 2.2 Order of Operations
3. 2.3 Tests for Divisibility (2,3,5,6,9, and 10)
4. 2.4 Prime Numbers and Composite Numbers
5. 2.5 Prime Factorizations
6. 2.6 Least Common Multiple (LCM) with Applications
7. Chapter 2 Review and Test
3. Chapter 3: Fractions
1. 3.1 Basic Multiplication and Changing to Higher Terms
2. 3.2 Multiplication and Reducing with Fractions
3. 3.3 Division with Fractions
5. 3.5 Subtraction with Fractions
6. 3.6 Comparisons and Order of Operations with Fractions
7. Chapter 3 Review and Test
4. Chapter 4: Mixed Numbers
1. 4.1 Introduction to Mixed Numbers
2. 4.2 Multiplication and Division with Mixed Numbers
3. 4.3 Addition with Mixed Numbers
4. 4.4 Subtraction with Mixed Numbers
5. 4.5 Order of Operations with Mixed Numbers
6. 4.6 Denominate Numbers
7. Chapter 4 Review and Test
5. Chapter 5: Decimal Numbers
1. 5.1 Introduction to Decimal Numbers
2. 5.2 Addition and Subtraction with Decimal Numbers
3. 5.3 Multiplication with Decimal Numbers
4. 5.4 Division with Decimal Numbers
5. 5.5 Decimals and Fractions
6. 5.6 Square Roots and the Pythagorean Theorem
7. 5.7 Geometry: Circles and Volume
8. Chapter 5 Review and Test
6. Chapter 6: Ratios and Proportions
1. 6.1 Ratios and Price Per Unit
2. 6.2 Proportions
3. 6.3 Finding the Unknown Term in a Proportion
4. 6.4 Problem Solving with Proportions
5. 6.5 Geometry: Angles and Triangles
6. Chapter 6 Review and Test
7. Chapter 7: Percent
1. 7.1 Decimals and Percents
2. 7.2 Fractions and Percents
3. 7.3 Solving Percent Problems Using the Proportion P/100=A/B
4. 7.4 Solving Percent Problems Using R x B= A
5. 7.5 Applications with Percent: Discount, Sales Tax, and Tipping
6. 7.6 Applications with Percent: Commission, Profit, and Others
7. Chapter 7 Review and Test
8. Chapter 8: Consumer Applications
1. 8.1 Simple Interest
2. 8.2 Compound Interest
3. 8.3 Balancing a Checking Account
4. 8.4 Buying and Owning a Car
5. 8.5 Buying and Owning a Home
7. Chapter 8 Review and Test
9. Chapter 9: Introduction to Algebra
1. 9.1 Introduction to Integers
3. 9.3 Subtraction with Integers
4. 9.4 Multiplication, Division, and Order of Operations with Integers
5. 9.5 Combining Like Terms and Evaluating Algebraic Expressions
6. 9.6 Translating English Phrases and Solving Equations
7. 9.7 Problem Solving
8. Chapter 9 Review and Test
10. Appendix I: Additional Topics in Algebra
1. I.1 Solving Equations ( a x + b = c)
2. I.2 Solving Word Problems
3. I.3 Working with Formulas
4. I.4 First-Degree Inequalities ( a x + b< c)
5. I.5 Graphing Ordered Pairs of Real Numbers
6. I.6 Graphing Linear Equation ( A x + B y = C)
7. I.7 Addition and Subtraction with Polynomials
8. I.8 Multiplication with Polynomials
11. Appendix II: Measurement and Other Applications
1. II.1 Scientific Notation
2. II.2 Estimating with Percent
3. II.3 Statistics (Mean, Median, Mode, and Range)
4. II.4 Metric System: Length and Area
5. II.5 Metric System: Weight and Volume
6. II.6 U.S. Customary Measurements and Metric Equivalents