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College Physics (Ninth Edition)

by Raymond A. Serway Chris Vuille

College Physics Tenth Edition

by Raymond A. Serway Chris Vuille

While physics can seem challenging, its true quality is the sheer simplicity of fundamental physical theories--theories and concepts that can enrich your view of the world around you. COLLEGE PHYSICS, Tenth Edition, provides a clear strategy for connecting those theories to a consistent problem-solving approach, carefully reinforcing this methodology throughout the text and connecting it to real-world examples. For students planning to take the MCAT exam, the text includes exclusive test prep and review tools to help you prepare.

College Prep Algebra

by Ron Larson Kimberly Nolting

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Collision Repair and Refinishing: A Foundation Course for Technicians

by Alfred M. Thomas Michael Jund

COLLISION REPAIR AND REFINISHING: A FOUNDATION COURSE FOR TECHNICIANS, 2E covers all the major areas of collision repair and refinishing as outlined by NATEF. In-depth coverage includes structural and non-structural analysis and damage repair, welding, painting and refinishing, paint chemistry, sacrificial coatings for corrosion resistance, mechanical & electrical systems, and more. The logical progression of topics and easy-to-understand writing style are perfect for students with little or no prior exposure to collision repair.

Collision Repair Fundamentals

by James E. Duffy

This all new textbook was written and illustrated to introduce readers to automotive collision repair. Collision Repair Fundamentals stresses the repair of minor body damage and repainting, as well as advanced repairs such as frame straightening and structural panel replacement. Coverage has been added on the latest high-efficiency spray guns, UV-primers, primer-surfacers with a built in guide-coat action, aluminum weld-rivet construction, and much more. Each service-oriented chapter is accompanied by a practice ASE test featuring numerous ASE-style questions.

COMM 4: Speech Communication

by Rudolph F. Verderber Kathleen S. Verderber Deanna D. Sellnow

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Communicating through Graphic Design

by Scott Menchin Kevin Gatta Claire Mowbray Golding Luis Kerch Reba Libby

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Comparative Politics: Domestic Responses to Global Challenges

by Charles Hauss

Balancing theory with application and featuring an exciting full-color design and an engaging, student-friendly writing style, COMPARATIVE POLITICS uses a unique theme--Domestic Responses to Global Challenges--to introduce key concepts and examine the growing interdependence of strong and weak states. Each chapter focuses on one of 11 countries or on the European Union, and four additional countries are available as online chapters or in a custom print solution (Brazil, Canada, Japan, and South Africa). The introduction establishes a comparative structure based on five themes: conflict, democratization, economic liberalization, globalization, and challenges, which are then explored for each country through boxed features that are color-coded for easy cross-reference and comparison. The countries discussed are categorized by economic development, helping students hone their skills of comparison, synthesis, and interpretation by studying countries of similar economic status. With this uniquely effective text, students can gain an understanding of important political trends and concepts, an exposure to politics in a number of countries, and a desire to dig more deeply into the fascinating field of comparative politics.

Comparative Politics: Domestic Responses to Global Challenges (AP Edition)

by Charles Hauss Melissa Haussman

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Comprehensive Health

by Catherine A. Sanderson Mark Zelman

CompTIA A+ Guide to IT Technical Support

by Jean Andrews Joy Dark Jill West

This step-by-step, highly visual text provides a comprehensive introduction to managing and maintaining computer hardware and software. Written by best-selling author and educator Jean Andrews, A+ Guide to IT Technical Support, 9th Edition closely integrates the CompTIA+ Exam objectives to prepare you for the 220-901 and 220-902 certification exams. The new Ninth Edition also features extensive updates to reflect current technology, techniques, and industry standards in the dynamic, fast-paced field of PC repair and information technology. Each chapter covers both core concepts and advanced topics, organizing material to facilitate practical application and encourage you to learn by doing. The new edition features more coverage of updated hardware, security, virtualization, new coverage of cloud computing, Linux and Mac OS, and increased emphasis on mobile devices. Supported by a wide range of supplemental resources to enhance learning with Lab Manuals, CourseNotes online labs and the optional MindTap that includes online labs, certification test prep and interactive exercises and activities, this proven text offers students an ideal way to prepare for success as a professional IT support technician and administrator.

Computer Literacy Basics: A Comprehensive Guide to IC3

by Dolores Wells Connie Morrison

COMPUTER LITERACY BASICS: A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO IC3 covers Computing Fundamentals, Key Applications, and Living Online - everything your students need to pass the IC3 exam, and finish the course as confident computer users.

Computer Literacy Basics: A Comprehensive Guide to IC³

by Dolores Wells Connie Morrison Lisa Ruffolo

Bring your computer literacy course back to the BASICS. COMPUTER LITERACY BASICS: A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO IC3 provides an introduction to computer concepts and skills, which maps to the newest Computing Core Certification (IC3) standards. Designed with new learners in mind, this text covers Computing Fundamentals, Key Applications, and Living Online - everything students need to pass the IC3 exam, and finish the course as confident computer users.

Computer Literacy BASICS: A Comprehensive Guide to IC3

by Dolores Wells Connie Morrison

Bring your computer literacy course back to the BASICS. COMPUTER LITERACY BASICS: A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO IC3 provides an introduction to computer concepts and skills, which maps to the newest Computing Core Certification (IC3) standards. Designed with new learners in mind, this text covers Computing Fundamentals, Key Applications, and Living Online - everything your students need to ace the IC3 exam, and finish the course as confident computer users.

Computer Literacy Basics: A Comprehensive Guide to IC3

by Ann Ambrose Connie Morrison Dolores Wells-Pusins Donald Busche Marly Bergerud

Computer Literacy BASICS provides an introduction to computer technology and concepts. This text maps to the IC3 standards and is organized into three key components: Computing Fundamentals, Key Applications, and Living Online. It provides thorough instruction on the various uses of the computer, important accessories, networking principles and covers key applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, and presentation applications. In addition, Computer Literacy BASICS covers e-mail and Internet principles such as managing e-mail and contacts, searching for a topic online, and how computers affect every day life. Strong end-of-chapter exercises and review material reinforce important topics covered in the lesson and allow students to demonstrate their knowledge of the material.

Computer Literacy Basics: Microsoft Office 2007 Companion

by Jennifer T. Campbell

Computer Literacy BASICS: Microsoft Office 2007 Companion is designed to accompany Computer Literacy BASICS, Second Edition, providing updated coverage on Office 2007. Step-by-step instructions provide students with an overview of the Office 2007 software and will help them gain the skills necessary to pass the IC3 certification exam.

Computer Service and Repair: A Guide to Upgrading, Configuring, Troubleshooting, and Networking Personal Computers

by Richard M. Roberts

Teaches the practices and principles needed to pass the A+ Certification Exams, as well as to build, upgrade, and troubleshoot your PC.

Concepts and Challenges Physical Science

by Leonard Bernstein Martin Schachter Alan Winkler

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Conceptual Integrated Science Explorations, Florida

by John Suchocki Paul G. Hewitt Suzanne Lyons

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Conceptual Physics

by The Editors At Kinetic Books Co.

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Consumer Education & Economics, Sixth Edition

by Annette R. Jacobson Charles A. Malouf Ross E. Lowe

Consumer Education & Economicsis a contemporary consumer education program that covers all financial literacy basics: Understanding our economy Managing family and personal finances Understanding and managing credit Making well-informed purchasing decisions

Contemporary Economics

by William A. Mceachern

McEachern, an economist and teacher, provides an introductory textbook on economics that explains related theory, events, and institutions by using timely real-world examples. Each of the National Content Standards of the National Council on Economic Education is covered. Two new chapters in this edition discuss personal finance, specifically consumer responsibilities and protections and managing money. Annotation ©2007 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Contemporary Living

by Verdene Ryder

Contemporary Living explores the issues facing students and provides the information needed to make wise decisions. The text addresses topics such as personal development, relationships with family and friends, career options, healthful living, relating to peers, dealing with family crises,and managing family living. Students gain critical-thinking skills while they learn about alternatives to different situations so they can make the best choices for themselves.

Contemporary Living

by Marjorie B. Harter Verdene Ryder

With this new edition, Contemporary Living will continue to be a leading text and popular choice by teachers. This text provides an objective, sensitive presentation of contemporary issues facing today's students. Students will study their development as individuals and family members and learn to identify the attitudes, values, standards, and goals that will influence their decision making. Many new topics have been added to update text content, along with 125 new illustrations.<BR>-- New topics include using the management process; making a career plan; teamwork skills; and strategies for job success.<BR>-- More information is provided on lifespan development, including young adulthood, as well as child guidance techniques.<BR>-- Technology applications have been added throughout, such as using the Internet to find jobs and shopping online.<BR>-- A new end-of-chapter feature called "To Think About" involves topics, questions, and activities requiring critical thinking.

Contemporary’s, Top 50 Math Skills for GED Success [Grade 9-12]

by Robert Mitchell Dolores Emery

Top 50 Math Skills for GED Successis a fast course for the GED Mathematics Test!The text is designed to present the top 50 math skills as a review and practice for students. Each skill is targeted in a single lesson and contains instruction and practice. The text contains a pre-test and a post-test to assess student's skills deficiencies and areas of strength. Pretest The 50-question pretest contains a question for each of the 50 skills most likely to be seen on the GED Mathematics Test. Each question has been organized around the four major content areas of the GED Test. This test is designed to accurately assess which skills require additional study. Each question number is directly correlated to the lesson skill number in the text. Lesson Structure Each lesson is presented in a two-page format. The top of the two-page spread contains the title of the skill. The left page contains instruction and any information relevant to successfully understand the skill. That skill is then applied to an example problem illustrating a step-by-step solution. The right page of the lesson is the GED Readiness page. That page of the lesson is divided into three practice question types: Concept, Procedure, and Application. The bottom of the page references related skills throughout the text. Posttest The posttest inTop 50 Math Skills for GED Successis formatted just like the GED Test, and is designed to assess student's readiness for the GED. An evaluation chart correlates each question to a specific skill as well as to specific review pages within the text. This chart also correlates to the GED Math Satellite book (0-8092-2232-9) for further instruction and practice. Computation Review Section Students can use the Computation Review section for a quick review of the basic math skills important for GED success. Each math skill is presented with an explanation, examples, and brief practice problems. Other Features Top 50 Math Skills for GED Successcontains a detailed Annotated Answer Key, which not only shows the correct answer for each problem in the text but a step-by-step illustration of how the answer was derived. Casio fx-260 instructions are included with an illustration of the calculator face that shows which functions are used on the GED Test. Instructions on using the basic functions and step-by-step examples using the calculator for certain functions are included. An Estimation section illustrates guidelines for estimation using whole numbers, mixed numbers, decimals, and formulas involving Pi. A detailed explanation when to use and when not to use estimation during the GED Test is included along with example problems that illustrate each estimation guideline. Top 50 Math Skills for GED Successcontains a special instructional section on the use of Alternative Answer Formats. Illustrations and instructions on using the grids with whole numbers, decimals, and fractions are included as well as right, left, or center justification explanations. An instruction on using the coordinate plane grid is also included.

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