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by C. Alexander Daniel,Geralyn M. Koeberlein


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Elementary Geometry for College Students. by Geralyn M. Koeberlein and Daniel C. Alexander. The text's largely visual approach, strongly influenced by both NCTM and AMATYC standards, begins with the presentation of a concept followed by the examination and development of a theory, verification of the theory through deduction

Items related to Elementary Geometry for College Students. Before her retirement, Geralyn M. Koeberlein taught mathematics at Mahomet-Seymour High School in Mahomet, Illinois, for 34 years.

Items related to Elementary Geometry for College Students. Alexander; Geralyn M. Koeberlein Elementary Geometry for College Students. ISBN 13: 9781285195698. She taught several levels of math, from Algebra I to AB Calculus, and spent the last few years of her career as chair of the Math and Science Department. Cengage Learning, . Goals of the authors for the students include a comprehensive development of the vocabulary of geometry, an intuitive and inductive approach to development of principles, and the strengthening of deductive skills that leads to both verification of geometric theories and the solution of geometry-based real world applications.

This market-leading text covers the important principles and real-world applications of plane geometry. Strongly influenced by both NCTM and AMATYC standards, the text takes an inductive approach that includes integrated activities and tools to promote hands-on application and discovery.

Elementary Geometry for College Students epub download

ISBN13: 978-0395870556

ISBN: 0395870550

Author: C. Alexander Daniel,Geralyn M. Koeberlein

Category: Other

Subcategory: Science & Mathematics

Language: English

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin College Div; 2nd edition (November 1998)

Pages: 484 pages

ePUB size: 1559 kb

FB2 size: 1284 kb

Rating: 4.2

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Venemarr
I contacted Amazon because I ordered this book, thinking I was getting the fourth edition, which is the one shown in the photo, not knowing that the edition being sold here is the second. They are going to change the photo, so if you want the fourth edition, go into the other listing on Amazon for this books fourth edition.
Venemarr
I contacted Amazon because I ordered this book, thinking I was getting the fourth edition, which is the one shown in the photo, not knowing that the edition being sold here is the second. They are going to change the photo, so if you want the fourth edition, go into the other listing on Amazon for this books fourth edition.
Malodred
I had this math class and need to find a cheep book. What a great find. it was in good shape too.
Malodred
I had this math class and need to find a cheep book. What a great find. it was in good shape too.
Dilkree
no, i was not sent this edition shown in the picture. i was disappointed. but it was inexpensive so it wasnt a total loss. it was good for practice before my course started
Dilkree
no, i was not sent this edition shown in the picture. i was disappointed. but it was inexpensive so it wasnt a total loss. it was good for practice before my course started
Cashoutmaster
Entering geometry for the first time ever can be an almost initimidating venture, especially for the first time geometry student. After conquering other mathematical courses successfully (like algebra and statistics), I presumed entering "Elementary Geometry for College Students," based on being given exceptional required texts from previous courses, would be a breeze. Oh how wrong I was!
"Elementary Geometry for College Students," by Daniel C. Alexander (of Parkland College) and Geralyn M. Koeberlein (of Mahomet-Seymour High School), has taught me nothing more than NOT to trust a textbook written by a couple of hack authors from unknown schools with a blatant disregard for meticulously explaining important vital and "elementary" steps as to how to arrive to certain statements, reasoning, deducing, measurements, and so much more NEEDED in successfully acheving full reign over geometry. For example, the origins of postulates and proofing are never explored, but slammed in your face, convoluting both topics along with breaking down statements from deducing a particular shape, its angles and measurements. The book's attempts at explaining triangles, convex polygons, congruent triangles, and properties of parallelograms are all but slandered together (with steps in basic algebraic mathematical equations arrogantly skipped over and presumed upon to you) without any form of thorough reason or explained steps bothered in explaining. Important theorems are disarrayed throughout with quick-step problem examples without helpful or detailed reasoning as to how the answer was ever achieved.
The authors have obviously assumed a college student has had some form of pre-geometry course prepping, and expect both instructor and student to know the advanced fundamentals without considering the beginner geometry student at all (just from judging by example and "solutions" given in each section). As a result, students will fail miserably, along with angering frustration, and discontent wonderment over what purpose geometry may ever serve toward a real-life career. Perhaps trying "Geometry for Dummies" by the infamous IDG publishing company would be a much suitable levelage to this otherwise detrimental book attempting to teach an important equation to the universe of mathematics.
By far, this textbook is the worst and most horrible book in teaching the subject of geometry!!
To professors searching a geometry book for your students: PLEASE avoid this book at all costs! You and your students don't need a textbook that presumes you know it all before diving into shapes, proofing, deducing, theorums, solids, and so forth. Most surely, there are much more superior books to this wretched and horrid title worthy of its decommissioning.
Cashoutmaster
Entering geometry for the first time ever can be an almost initimidating venture, especially for the first time geometry student. After conquering other mathematical courses successfully (like algebra and statistics), I presumed entering "Elementary Geometry for College Students," based on being given exceptional required texts from previous courses, would be a breeze. Oh how wrong I was!
"Elementary Geometry for College Students," by Daniel C. Alexander (of Parkland College) and Geralyn M. Koeberlein (of Mahomet-Seymour High School), has taught me nothing more than NOT to trust a textbook written by a couple of hack authors from unknown schools with a blatant disregard for meticulously explaining important vital and "elementary" steps as to how to arrive to certain statements, reasoning, deducing, measurements, and so much more NEEDED in successfully acheving full reign over geometry. For example, the origins of postulates and proofing are never explored, but slammed in your face, convoluting both topics along with breaking down statements from deducing a particular shape, its angles and measurements. The book's attempts at explaining triangles, convex polygons, congruent triangles, and properties of parallelograms are all but slandered together (with steps in basic algebraic mathematical equations arrogantly skipped over and presumed upon to you) without any form of thorough reason or explained steps bothered in explaining. Important theorems are disarrayed throughout with quick-step problem examples without helpful or detailed reasoning as to how the answer was ever achieved.
The authors have obviously assumed a college student has had some form of pre-geometry course prepping, and expect both instructor and student to know the advanced fundamentals without considering the beginner geometry student at all (just from judging by example and "solutions" given in each section). As a result, students will fail miserably, along with angering frustration, and discontent wonderment over what purpose geometry may ever serve toward a real-life career. Perhaps trying "Geometry for Dummies" by the infamous IDG publishing company would be a much suitable levelage to this otherwise detrimental book attempting to teach an important equation to the universe of mathematics.
By far, this textbook is the worst and most horrible book in teaching the subject of geometry!!
To professors searching a geometry book for your students: PLEASE avoid this book at all costs! You and your students don't need a textbook that presumes you know it all before diving into shapes, proofing, deducing, theorums, solids, and so forth. Most surely, there are much more superior books to this wretched and horrid title worthy of its decommissioning.
The Apotheoses of Lacspor
It was not clear what edition this was. The current edition is the fifth and this offering was the third edition. Disappointing.
The Apotheoses of Lacspor
It was not clear what edition this was. The current edition is the fifth and this offering was the third edition. Disappointing.