In order to determine which Hawkes Learning title best fits your needs, please answer the following questions concerning content and organization of the ideal textbook to be used in your course. At the end of the questionnaire, you will be provided with a recommendation. If you have questions, please contact our Sales team.
Does your course specifically cover operations with whole numbers, fractions, and decimal numbers? (Not including lessons in a review chapter.)
Does your course cover integers (negative numbers) early on and include negative values in the lessons on fractions and decimal numbers?
Does your course cover any of the following topics?
Systems of linear equations
Exponents and polynomials
Factoring polynomials
Rational expressions
Roots, radicals, and complex numbers
Quadratic equations
Exponential and logarithmic functions
Conic sections
Does your course cover any of the following topics?
Systems of linear equations
Exponents and polynomials
Factoring polynomials
Rational expressions
Roots, radicals, and complex numbers
Quadratic equations
Exponential and logarithmic functions
Conic sections
Does your course cover any of the following topics?
Geometry
Statistics and probability
Sets
Logic
Personal finance
Does your course cover any of the following topics?
Complex numbers
Logarithmic and exponential functions
Conic sections
Sequences and series
Does your course include a review of any of the following topics?
Fractions
Real numbers
Introduction to algebra
Based on your answers to this survey, Hawkes Learning recommends that you consider Preparation for College Mathematics, Second Edition.
Based on your answers to this survey, Hawkes Learning recommends that you consider Prealgebra.
Based on your answers to this survey, Hawkes Learning recommends that you consider Developmental Mathematics, Second Edition.
Based on your answers to this survey, Hawkes Learning recommends that you consider Basic College Mathematics.
Based on your answers to this survey, Hawkes Learning recommends that you consider Pathways to College Mathematics.
Based on your answers to this survey, Hawkes Learning recommends that you consider Introductory & Intermediate Algebra.
Based on your answers to this survey, Hawkes Learning recommends that you consider Intermediate Algebra.
Based on your answers to this survey, Hawkes Learning recommends that you consider Introductory Algebra.