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Chapter 1: Algebra Review
Introduction to Algebra Review
Section 1.1 Functions
Section 1.2 Operations on Functions
Section 1.3 Linear Functions
Section 1.4 Exponents
Section 1.5 Quadratics
Section 1.6 Polynomials and Rational Functions
Section 1.7 Exponential Functions
Section 1.8: Logarithmic Functions
Chapter 1 Review Exercises
Chapter 1 Review Problems

Chapter 2: Limits and The Derivative
Introduction to Limits
Section 2.1: Limits and Continuity
Introduction to the Derivative
Section 2.2: The Derivative
Section 2.3: The Power and Sum Rules for Derivatives
Section 2.4: Product and Quotient Rules
Section 2.5: Chain Rule
Section 2.6: Second Derivative and Concavity
Chapter 2 Review Exercises: Limits
Chapter 2 Review Exercises: The Derivative
Chapter 2 Review Problems

Chapter 3: Applications of the Derivative
Introduction to Applications of the Derivative
Section 3.1: Optimization
Section 3.2: Curve Sketching
Section 3.3: Applied Optimization
Section 3.4: Other Applications
Section 3.5: Implicit Differentiation and Related Rates
Chapter 3 Review Exercises
Chapter 3 Review Problems
Chapter 3 Solutions to Review Problems

Chapter 4: The Integral
Introduction to the Integral
Section 4.1: The Definite Integral
Section 4.2: The Fundamental Theorem and Antidifferentiation
Section 4.3: Antiderivatives of Formulas
Section 4.4: Substitution
Section 4.5: Average Value and the Net Change Theorem
Section 4.6: Applications to Business
Chapter 4 Review Exercises
Chapter 4 Review Problems

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Algebra
Mathematics
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Chapter 1 Prerequisites
Introduction to Chapter 1 Prerequisites
1.1 Real Numbers: Algebra Essentials
1.2 Exponents and Scientific Notation
1.3 Radicals and Rational Exponents
1.4 Polynomials
1.5 Factoring Polynomials
1.6 Rational Expressions
Chapter 1 Review Exercises
Chapter 1 Practice Test

Chapter 2 Equations and Inequalities
Introduction to Chapter 2 Equations and Inequalities
2.1 Linear Equations in One Variable
2.2 Models and Applications
2.3 Complex Numbers
2.4 Quadratic Equations
2.5 Other Types of Equations
2.6 Linear Inequalities and Absolute Value Inequalities
Chapter 2 Review Exercises
Chapter 2 Practice Test

Chapter 3 Functions
Introduction to Chapter 3 Functions
3.1 The Rectangular Coordinate Systems and Graphs
3.2 Functions and Function Notation
3.3 Domain and Range
3.4 Rates of Change and Behavior of Graphs
3.5 Composition of Functions
3.6 Transformation of Functions
3.7 Absolute Value Functions
3.8 Inverse Functions
Chapter 3 Review Exercises
Chapter 3 Practice Test

Chapter 4 Linear Functions
Introduction to Chapter 4 Linear Functions
4.1 Linear Equations in Two Variables
4.2 Linear Functions
4.3 Modeling with Linear Functions
4.4 Systems of Linear Equations: Two Variables
Chapter 4 Review Exercises
Chapter 4 Practice Test

Chapter 5 Polynomial and Rational Functions
Introduction to Chapter 5 Polynomial and Rational Functions
5.1 Quadratic Functions
5.2 Power Functions and Polynomial Functions
5.3 Graphs of Polynomial Functions
5.4 Dividing Polynomials
5.5 Zeros of Polynomial Functions
5.6 Rational Functions
Chapter 5 Review Exercises
Chapter 5 Practice Test

Chapter 6 Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Introduction to Chapter 6 Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
6.1 Exponential Functions
6.2 Graphs of Exponential Functions
6.3 Logarithmic Functions
6.4 Graphs of Logarithmic Functions
6.5 Logarithmic Properties
6.6 Exponential and Logarithmic Equations
6.7 Exponential and Logarithmic Models
Chapter 6 Review Exercises
Chapter 6 Practice Test

This textbook was created through Connecting the Pipeline: Libraries, OER, and Dual Enrollment from Secondary to Postsecondary, a \$1.3 million project funded by LOUIS: The Louisiana Library Network and the Institute of Library and Museum Services. This project supports the extension of access to high-quality post-secondary opportunities to high school students across Louisiana and beyond by creating materials that can be adopted for dual enrollment environments. Dual enrollment is the opportunity for a student to be enrolled in high school and college at the same time.

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Algebra
Mathematics
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Cynthia Singleton
Ginny Bradley
Karen Perilloux
Prakash Ghimire
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Chapter 1 ~ Introduction
Chapter 2 ~ Water, Soil, and Air Quality
Chapter 3 ~ Biodiversity
Chapter 4 ~ Renewable and Non-renewable Energy Sources
Chapter 5 ~ Biodegradable and Non-biodegradable Waste
Chapter 6 ~ Environmental Hazards and Toxicology
Chapter 7 ~ Biochemical Cycles
Chapter 8 ~ Global Climate and Greenhouse Gases
Chapter 9 ~ Impact of Environmental Health on Public Health
Chapter 10 ~ Global Nutrition, Starvation, and Malnutrition
Chapter 11 ~ Environmental Justice

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Applied Science
Career and Technical Education
Environmental Science
Environmental Studies
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Adronisha Frazier
Andrea Alexander
Bill Freedman
John Galiotos
Murty Kambhampati
Soma Mukherjee
Waneene Dorsey
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1. The Nature of Science
2. Linear Motion
3. Force, Work, and Power
4. Properties of Materials, Chemical Reactions, and Heat
5. Waves, Electromagnetic Radiation, and Sound
6. The Atom and Elements
7. Ionic and Molecular Compounds and Bonding
8. Matter and Energy
9. Electricity and Electrical Circuits
10. Magnetism

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Physical Science
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Esperanza Zenon
James Boffenmyer
Mostafa Elaasar
Shirley Vides
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Chapter 1 Linear Equations
Introduction to Linear Equations
1.1 Use a General Strategy to Solve Linear Equations
1.2 Solve a Formula for a Specific Variable
1.3 Graph Linear Equations in Two Variables
1.4 Slope of a Line

Chapter 2 Matrices
Introduction to Matrices
2.1 Systems of Equations
2.2 Solving Systems Using Matrices
2.3 Matrix Operations
2.4 Solving Systems with Inverses
2.5 Matrix Calculator

Chapter 3 Linear Programming
Introduction to Linear Programming
3.1 Inequalities in One Variable
3.2 Graph Linear Inequalities in Two Variables
3.3 Linear Programming

Chapter 4 Finance
Introduction to Finance
4.1 Simple and Compound Interest
4.2 Annuities
4.3 Payout Annuities
4.4 Loans
4.5 Multistage Finance Problems
4.6 TVM Solver Calculator

Chapter 5 Sets
Introduction to Sets
5.1 Basic Set Concepts
5.2 Subsets
5.3 Understanding Venn Diagrams
5.4 Set Operations with Two Sets
5.5 Set Operations with Three Sets

Chapter 6 Probability
Introduction to Probability
6.1 Concepts of Probability
6.2 Conditional Probability and Bayes Theory
6.3 Counting
6.4 Expected Value

Chapter 7 Logic
Introduction to Logic
7.1 Statements and Quantifiers
7.2 Compound Statements
7.3 Constructing Truth Tables
7.4 Truth Tables for the Conditional and Biconditional
7.5 Equivalent Statements
7.6 De Morgan's Laws
7.7 Logical Arguments

Chapter 8 Statistics
Introduction to Statistics
8.1 Gathering and Organizing Data
8.2 Visualizing Data
8.3 Mean, Median, and Mode
8.4 Range and Standard Deviation
8.5 Percentiles
8.6 The Normal Distribution
8.7 Scatter Plots, Correlation, and Regression Lines
8.8 Statistics Calculator

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Mathematics
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Ashley Segalla
Jared Eusea
Kiel Ellis
Renae Broussard
Toni Spahn
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Chapter 1. Body Structure
Chapter 2. Homeostasis
Chapter 3. Atoms and Molecules
Chapter 4. The Chemistry of Water
Chapter 5. Biochemistry
Chapter 6. Cell Structure and Function
Chapter 7. Cell Biology: Membrane Transport
Chapter 8. Tissue Structure and Functions
Chapter 9. The Integumentary System
Chapter 10. The Skeletal System
Chapter 11. Joints
Chapter 12. Biomechanics
Chapter 13. Muscle Anatomy and Movement
Chapter 14. Muscle Physiology
Chapter 15. The Nervous System
Chapter 16. Sensory Systems

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Anatomy/Physiology
Natural Science
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Ayda Basgul Martin
Jonathan Akin
Khalil El-Bathy (Contributor)
Priscilla Stewart
Scott Crousillac
Sharon Lagarde
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1. Crime, Criminal Justice, and Criminology
2. Criminological Theory
3. Criminal Law
4: Policing
5: The Courts
6: Sentencing
7: Corrections
8: Community Corrections
9: Juvenile Justice
10: Current Issues in U.S. Criminal Justice

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Career and Technical Education
Criminal Justice
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Brandon Hamann
Chantel Chauvin
Franklyn Scott
Michelle Holcomb
Pamela Simek
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Chapter 1: Introduction to Geography
Chapter 2: Population and Health
Chapter 3: Migration
Chapter 4: Folk Culture and Popular Culture
Chapter 5: The Geography of Language
Chapter 6: Religion
Chapter 7: Ethnicity, Race, and Sexual Orientation
Chapter 8: Political Geography
Chapter 9: Development and Wealth
Chapter 10: Agriculture and Food
Chapter 11: Industry
Chapter 12: Human Settlements
Chapter 13: Environment and Resources

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Cultural Geography
Social Science
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Author:
Adam Dohrenwend
Alan Ciba
David Dorrell
Georgeta Connor
Joseph Henderson
Juana Ibáñez
Molly McGraw
Neusa Hidalgo Monroy Wohlgemuth
Rusti Liner
Todd Lindley;
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Chapter 1: Sampling and Data
Introduction to Chapter 1: Sampling and Data
1.1 Definitions of Statistics, Probability, and Key Terms
1.2 Data, Sampling, and Variation in Data and Sampling
1.3 Frequency, Frequency Tables, and Levels of Measurement
1.4 Experimental Design and Ethics
Chapter 1 Review
Chapter 1 Practice
Chapter 1 Homework

Chapter 2: Descriptive Statistics
Introduction to Chapter 2: Descriptive Statistics
2.1 Stem-and-Leaf Graphs (Stemplots), Line Graphs, and Bar Graphs
2.2 Histograms, Frequency Polygons, and Time Series Graphs
2.3 Measures of the Location of the Data
2.4 Box Plots
2.5 Measures of the Center of the Data
2.6 Skewness and the Mean, Median, and Mode
2.7 Measures of the Spread of the Data
Chapter 2 Review
Chapter 2 Practice
Chapter 2 Homework

Chapter 3: Probability Topics
Introduction to Chapter 3: Probability Topics
3.1 Terminology
3.2 Independent and Mutually Exclusive Events
3.3 Two Basic Rules of Probability
3.4 Contingency Tables
3.5 Tree and Venn Diagrams
Chapter 3 Review
Chapter 3 Practice
Chapter 3 Homework

Chapter 4: Discrete Random Variables
Introduction to Chapter 4: Discrete Random Variables
4.1 Probability Distribution Function (PDF) for a Discrete Random Variable
4.2 Measures of General Discrete Random Variables
4.3 Binomial Distribution
4.4 Geometric Distribution
4.5 Hypergeometric Distribution
4.6 Poisson Distribution
Chapter 4 Review
Chapter 4 Practice
Chapter 4 Homework

Chapter 5: Continuous Random Variables
Introduction to Chapter 5: Continuous Random Variables
5.1 Continuous Probability Functions
5.2 The Uniform Distribution
5.3 The Exponential Distribution
Chapter 5 Review
Chapter 5 Practice
Chapter 5 Homework

Chapter 6: The Normal Distribution and The Central Limit Theorem
Introduction to Chapter 6a: The Normal Distribution
6.1 The Standard Normal Distribution
6.2 Using the Normal Distribution
Introduction to Chapter 6b: The Central Limit Theorem
6.3 The Central Limit Theorem for Sample Means (Averages)
6.4 The Central Limit Theorem for Sums
6.5 The Normal Approximation to the Binomial
Chapter 6 Review
Chapter 6 Practice
Chapter 6 Homework

Chapter 7: Confidence Intervals
Introduction to Chapter 7: Confidence Intervals
7.1 A Single Population Mean Using the Normal Distribution
7.2 A Single Population Mean using the Student t Distribution
7.3 A Population Proportion
Chapter 7 Review
Chapter 7 Practice
Chapter 7 Homework

Chapter 8: Hypothesis Testing with One Sample
Introduction to Chapter 8: Hypothesis Testing with One Sample
8.1 Null and Alternative Hypotheses
8.2 Outcomes and the Type I and Type II Errors
8.3 Distribution Needed for Hypothesis Testing
8.4 Rare Events, the Sample, Decision, and Conclusion
8.5 Additional Information and Full Hypothesis Test Examples
Chapter 8 Review
Chapter 8 Practice
Chapter 8 Homework

Chapter 9: Hypothesis Testing with Two Samples
Introduction to Chapter 9: Hypothesis Testing with Two Samples
9.1 Two Population Means with Unknown Standard Deviations
9.2 Two Population Means with Known Standard Deviations
9.3 Comparing Two Independent Population Proportions
9.4 Matched or Paired Samples
Chapter 9 Review
Chapter 9 Practice
Chapter 9 Homework

Chapter 10: Linear Regression and Correlation
Introduction to Chapter 10: Linear Regression and Correlation
10.1 Linear Equations
10.2 Scatter Plots
10.3 The Regression Equation
10.4 Testing the Significance of the Correlation Coefficient
10.5 Prediction
10.6 Outliers
Chapter 10 Review
Chapter 10 Homework
Chapter 10 Practice

Chapter 11: The Chi-Square Distribution
Introduction to Chapter 11: The Chi-Square Distribution
11.1 Facts About the Chi-Square Distribution
11.2 Goodness-of-Fit Test
11.3 Test of Independence
11.4 Test for Homogeneity
11.5 Comparison of the Chi-Square Tests
11.6 Test of a Single Variance
Chapter 11 Review
Chapter 11 Practice
Chapter 11 Homework

Class Group Activities/Projects

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Mathematics
Statistics and Probability
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Jared Eusea
Phyllis Okwan
Rachid Belmasrour
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Chapter 1: Lifespan Development
Chapter 2: Developmental Theories
Chapter 3: Prenatal Development
Chapter 4: Infancy
Chapter 5: Early Childhood
Chapter 6: Middle and Late Childhood
Chapter 7: Adolescence
Chapter 8: Early Adulthood
Chapter 9: Middle Adulthood
Chapter 10: Late Adulthood
Chapter 11: Death, Dying, and Bereavement

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Psychology
Social Science
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Angie H. Balius (Editor and Contributor)
Bill Pelz
Johannah White (Editor and Contributor)
Tremika Cleary
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Table of Contents:
1. Welcome to Economics
2. Choice in a World of Scarcity
3. Demand and Supply
4. Labor and Financial Markets
5. Elasticity
6. Introduction to Consumer Choices
7. Introduction to Production, Costs, and Industry Structure
8. Perfect Competition
9. Monopoly, Monopolistic Competition, and Oligopoly
10. Introduction to Monopoly and Antitrust Policy
11. Introduction to Environmental Protection and Negative Externalities
12. Positive Externalities and Public Goods
13. Labor Markets and Income
14. Poverty and Economic Inequality
15. Information, Risk, and Insurance
16. Financial Markets
17. Public Economy
18. International Trade
19. Globalization and Protectionism

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Economics
Social Science
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Braden Watson
Brian Sherman
Nicole Ortloff
Philippe Lannelongue
Victoria Palmisano
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Table of Contents:

I. The Value of Philosophy
1. Introduction to Philosophy
2. Plato – On Defending Philosophy
3. Bertrand Russell – On the Value of Philosophy
4. Final Questions and Activities on the Value to Philosophy

II. Epistemology
5. Introduction to Epistemology
6. René Descartes – On Doubt and Certainty
7. John Locke – On the Foundation of Knowledge
8. George Berkeley – On Materialism and Idealism
9. David Hume – On Empiricism
10. Immanuel Kant – On the Sources of Knowledge
11. William James – On Pragmatism and the Will to Believe
12. Final Questions and Activities on Epistemology

III. Metaphysics
13. Introduction to Metaphysics
14. Plato – On the Allegory of the Cave
15. Plato – On Forms
16. Aristotle – On Categories
17. Aristotle – On Language and the Way Truth Works
18. Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz – On Substances
19. David Hume – On Liberty and Necessity
20. Final Questions and Activities for Metaphysics

IV. Philosophy of Religion
21. Introduction to the Philosophy of Religion
22. St. Anselm – On the Ontological Proof of God's Existence
23. St. Thomas Aquinas – On the Five Ways to Prove God's Existence
24. David Hume – On the Irrationality of Believing in Miracles
25. William James – On the Will to Believe
26. William Paley – On the Teleological Argument
27. Black Elk – Black Elk Speaks
28. Final Questions and Activities on Religion

V. Philosophy of Science and Technology
29. Introduction to Philosophy of Science and Technology
30. Donna Haraway – A Cyborg Manifesto
31. Steven Shapin and Simon Schaffer – Leviathan and the Air Pump
32. Thomas Kuhn – The Priority of Paradigms
33. Philosophy of Science and Technology
34. Final Questions and Activities on the Philosophy of Science and Technology

VI. Ethics and Morality
35. Introduction to Ethics and Morality
36. David Hume – On the Foundations of Morals
37. Aristotle – On Virtue
38. Immanuel Kant – On Moral Principles
39. Jeremy Bentham – On the Principle of Utility
40. John Stuart Mill – On Utilitarianism
41. Final Questions and Activities on Ethics and Morality

VII. Sociopolitical Philosophy
42. Introduction to Sociopolitical Philosophy
43. Bertrand Russell – On Anti-Suffragist Arguments
44. Karl Marx & Frederick Engels – On Communism
45. Mary Wollstonecraft – On the Rights of Women
46. Jean-Jacques Rousseau – On Inequality
47. John Locke – On Property and the Formation of Societies
48. Thomas Hobbes – On the Social Contract
49. John Stuart Mill – On the Equality of Women
50. Final Questions and Activities in Sociopolitical Philosophy

VIII. Art and Aesthetics
51. Introduction to Art and Aesthetics
52. David Hume – On Opinion and Taste
53. Immanuel Kant – On the Aesthetic Taste
54. Plato – On the Value of Art and Imitation
55. Edmund Burke – On the Sublime
56. Final Questions and Activities on Art and Aesthetics

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Arts and Humanities
Philosophy
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Jeff McLaughlin
Marco Altamarino (Editor)
Michael Martin (Editor)
Peter Klubek (Editor)
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Chapter 1: Triangles and Circles
Introduction to Triangles and Circles
1.1 Triangles and Angles
1.2 Similar Triangles
1.3 Circles
Chapter 1 Summary and Review
Exercises: 1.1 Triangles and Angles
Exercises: 1.2 Similar Triangles
Exercises: 1.3 Circles
Exercises: Chapter 1 Review Problems

Chapter 2: Trigonometric Ratios
Introduction to the Trigonometric Ratios
2.1 Side and Angle Relationships
2.2 Right Triangle Trigonometry
2.3 Solving Right Triangles
Chapter 2 Summary and Review
Exercises: 2.1 Side and Angle Relationships
Exercises: 2.2 Right Triangle Trigonometry
Exercises: 2.3 Solving Right Triangles
Exercises: Chapter 2 Review Problems

Chapter 3: Laws of Sines and Cosines
Introduction to Laws of Sines and Cosines
3.1 Obtuse Angles
3.2 The Law of Sines
3.3 The Law of Cosines
Chapter 3 Summary and Review
Exercises: 3.1 Obtuse Angles
Exercises: 3.2 The Law of Sines
Exercises: 3.3 The Law of Cosines
Exercises: Chapter 3 Review Problems

Chapter 4: Trig Functions
Introduction to Trigonometric Functions
4.1 Angles and Rotation
4.2 Graphs of Trigonometric Functions
4.3 Periodic Functions
Chapter 4 Summary and Review
Exercises: 4.1 Angles and Rotation
Exercises: 4.2 Graphs of Trigonometric Functions
Exercises: 4.3 Periodic Functions
Exercises: Chapter 4 Review Problems

Chapter 5: Equations and Identities
Introduction to Equations and Identities
5.1 Algebra with Trigonometric Ratios
5.2 Solving Equations
5.3 Trigonometric Identities
Chapter 5 Summary and Review
Exercises: 5.1 Algebra with Trigonometric Ratios
Exercises: 5.2 Solving Equations
Exercises: 5.3 Trigonometric Identities
Exercises: Chapter 5 Review Problems

Chapter 6: Radians
Introduction to Trig Radians
6.1 Arclength and Radians
6.2 The Circular Functions
6.3 Graphs of the Circular Functions
Chapter 6 Summary and Review
Exercises 6.1 Arclength and Radians
Exercises 6.2 The Circular Functions
Exercises 6.3 Graphs of the Circular Functions
Exercises: Chapter 6 Review Problems

Chapter 7: Circular Functions
Introduction to Circular Functions
7.1 Transformations of Graphs
7.2 The General Sinusoidal Function
7.3 Solving Equations
Chapter 7 Summary and Review
Exercises 7.1 Transformations of Graphs
Exercises 7.2 The General Sinusoidal Function
Exercises 7.3 Solving Equations
Exercises: Chapter 7 Review Problems

Chapter 8: More Functions and Identities
Introduction to More Functions and Identities
8.1 Sum and Difference Formulas
8.2 Inverse Trigonometric Functions
8.3 The Reciprocal Functions
Chapter 8 Summary and Review
Exercises: 8.1 Sum and Difference Formulas
Exercises: 8.2 Inverse Trigonometric Functions Exercises
Exercises: 8.3 The Reciprocal Functions Exercises
Exercises: Chapter 8 Review Problems

Chapter 9: Vectors
Introduction to Vectors
9.1 Geometric Form
9.2 Coordinate Form
9.3 The Dot Product
Chapter 9 Summary and Review
Exercises: 9.1 Geometric Form
Exercises: 9.2 Coordinate Form
Exercises: 9.3 The Dot Product
Exercises: Chapter 9 Review Problems

Chapter 10: Polar Coordinates and Complex Numbers
Introduction to Polar Coordinates and Complex Numbers
10.1 Polar Coordinates
10.2 Polar Graphs
10.3 Complex Numbers
10.4 Polar Form for Complex Numbers
Chapter 10 Summary and Review
Exercises: 10.1 Polar Coordinates
Exercises: 10.2 Polar Graphs
Exercises: 10.3 Complex Numbers
Exercises: 10.4 Polar Form of Complex Numbers
Exercises: Chapter 10 Review Problems

This textbook was created through Connecting the Pipeline: Libraries, OER, and Dual Enrollment from Secondary to Postsecondary, a \$1.3 million project funded by LOUIS: The Louisiana Library Network and the Institute of Library and Museum Services. This project supports the extension of access to high-quality post-secondary opportunities to high school students across Louisiana and beyond by creating materials that can be adopted for dual enrollment environments. Dual enrollment is the opportunity for a student to be enrolled in high school and college at the same time.

The cohort-developed OER course materials are released under a license that permits their free use, reuse, modification and sharing with others. This includes a corresponding course available in Moodle and Canvas that can be imported to other platforms.

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Mathematics
Trigonometry
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Donna Densmore
Jared Eusea
Yi Zhen
Date Added:
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Table of Contents:

I. Chapter 1 Understanding the Past
Chapter 1.1 Developing a Global Perspective
Chapter 1.2 Primary Sources
Chapter 1.3 Causation and Interpretation in History
Chapter 1 Section Summary
Chapter 1 Key Terms and Assessments

II. Chapter 2 Foundations of the Atlantic World
Chapter 2.1 The Protestant Reformation
Chapter 2.2 Crossing the Atlantic
Chapter 2.3 The Mercantilist Economy
Chapter 2.4 The Atlantic Slave Trade
Chapter 2 Section Summary
Chapter 2 Key Terms and Assessments

III. Chapter 3 Colonization and Economic Expansion
Chapter 3.1 European Colonization in the Americas
Chapter 3.2 The Rise of a Global Economy
Chapter 3.3 Capitalism and the First Industrial Revolution
Chapter 3 Section Summary
Chapter 3 Key Terms and Assessments

IV. Chapter 4 Revolutions in Europe and North America
Chapter 4.1 The Enlightenment
Chapter 4.2 The Exchange of Ideas in the Public Sphere
Chapter 4.3 Revolutions in Europe and North America
Chapter 4.4 Nationalism, Liberalism, Conservatism, and the Political Order
Chapter 4 Section Summary
Chapter 4 Key Terms and Assessments

V. Chapter 5 Expansion in the Industrial Age
Chapter 5.1 The Second Industrial Revolution
Chapter 5.2 Motives and Means of Imperialism
Chapter 5.3 Colonial Empires
Chapter 5.4 Exploitation and Resistance
Chapter 5 Section Summary
Chapter 5 Key Terms and Assessments

VI. Chapter 6 Life and Labor in the Industrial World
Chapter 6.1 Inventions, Innovations, and Mechanization
Chapter 6.2 Life in the Industrial City
Chapter 6.3 Coerced and Semicoerced Labor
Chapter 6.4 Communities in Diaspora
Chapter 6.5 Regulation, Reform, and Revolutionary Ideologies
Chapter 6 Section Summary
Chapter 6 Key Terms and Assessments

VII. Chapter 7 The War to End All Wars
Chapter 7.1 Alliances, Expansion, and Conflict
Chapter 7.2 The Collapse of the Ottomans and the Coming of War
Chapter 7.3 Total War
Chapter 7.4 War on the Homefront
Chapter 7.5 The War Ends
Chapter 7 Section Summary
Chapter 7 Key Terms and Assessments

VIII. Chapter 8 The Interwar Period
Chapter 8.1 Recovering from World War I
Chapter 8.2 The Formation of the Soviet Union
Chapter 8.3 The Great Depression
Chapter 8.4 Old Empires and New Colonies
Chapter 8.5 Resistance, Civil Rights, and Democracy
Chapter 8 Section Summary
Chapter 8 Key Terms and Assessments

IX. Chapter 9 The Causes and Consequences of World War II
Chapter 9.1 An Unstable Peace
Chapter 9.2 Theaters of War
Chapter 9.3 Keeping the Home Fires Burning
Chapter 9.4 Out of the Ashes
Chapter 9 Section Summary
Chapter 9 Key Terms and Assessments

X. Chapter 10 Cold War Tensions and Domestic Transformations
Chapter 10.1 The Cold War Begins
Chapter 10.2 The Spread of Communism
Chapter 10.3 The Non-Aligned Movement
Chapter 10.4 Europe amid Global Tensions and Decolonization
Chapter 10.5 Europe and the New World Order
Chapter 10 Section Summary
Chapter 10 Key Terms and Assessments

XI. Chapter 11 The Contemporary World and Ongoing Challenges
Chapter 11.1 A Global Economy
Chapter 11.2 Debates about the Environment
Chapter 11.3 Science and Technology for Today’s World
Chapter 11.4 Ongoing Problems and Solutions
Chapter 11 Key Terms and Assessments
Chapter 11 Section Summary

This textbook was created through Connecting the Pipeline: Libraries, OER, and Dual Enrollment from Secondary to Postsecondary, a \$1.3 million project funded by LOUIS: The Louisiana Library Network and the Institute of Library and Museum Services. This project supports the extension of access to high-quality post-secondary opportunities to high school students across Louisiana and beyond by creating materials that can be adopted for dual enrollment environments. Dual enrollment is the opportunity for a student to be enrolled in high school and college at the same time.

The cohort-developed OER course materials are released under a license that permits their free use, reuse, modification and sharing with others. This includes a corresponding course available in Moodle and Canvas that can be imported to other platforms.

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History
Western Civilization
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Brooke Nelson
Constance Milton (Editor and Contributor)
Julie Tatlock
Kevin McQueeney (Editor and Contributor)
Lise Namikas (Editor and Contributor)
Maya Banks (Editor and Contributor)
Natasha Whitton (Editor and Contributor)
Open Stax
Ryan J. Lynch
Sherman Houston (Editor and Contributor)
Wesley Welch (Editor and Contributor)
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Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: Introduction to the World
1.1 Geography Basics
1.2 The Environment and Human Activity
1.3 Population and Culture
1.4 Globalization and Development
1.5 End-of-Chapter Material

Chapter 2: Europe
2.1 Introducing the Realm
2.2 Historical Development Patterns
2.3 Regions of Western Europe
2.4 Eastern Europe
2.5 End-of-Chapter Material

Chapter 3: Russia
3.1 Introducing the Realm
3.2 The USSR and the Russian Federation
3.3 Regions of Russia
3.4 End-of-Chapter Material

Chapter 4: North America
4.1 Introducing the Realm
4.2 United States: Early Development and Globalization
4.3 United States: Population and Religion
4.4 Canada
4.5 Regions of the United States and Canada
4.6 End-of-Chapter Material

Chapter 5: Middle America
5.1 Introducing the Realm
5.2 Mexico
5.3 Central America
5.4 The Caribbean
5.5 Tropical Cyclones (Hurricanes)
5.6 End-of-Chapter Material

Chapter 6: South America
6.1: Introduction to Realm
6.2 Urban North and Andean West
6.3 Brazil
6.4 The Southern Cone
6.5 End-of-Chapter Material

Chapter 7: Subsaharan Africa
7.1 Introducing the Realm
7.2 Human Geography of Subsaharan Africa
7.3 West Africa
7.4 Central Africa
7.5 East Africa
7.6 Southern Africa
7.7 End-of-Chapter Material

Chapter 8: North Africa and Southwest Asia
8.1 Introducing the Realm
8.2 Muhammad and Islam
8.3 North Africa and the African Transition Zone
8.4 Israel and Its Neighbors
8.5 Arabs, Islam, and Oil
8.6 Iraq, Turkey, and Iran
8.7 Central Asia and Afghanistan
8.8 End-of-Chapter Material

Chapter 9: South Asia
9.1 Introducing the Realm
9.2 The Peripheral States of South Asia
9.3 Pakistan and Bangladesh
9.4 India
9.5 Religions of India and South Asia
9.6 End-of-Chapter Material

Chapter 10: East Asia
10.1 Introducing the Realm
10.2 Emerging China
10.3 China’s Periphery
10.4 Japan and Korea (North and South)
10.5 End-of-Chapter Material

Chapter 11: Southeast Asia
11.1 Introducing the Realm
11.2 The Mainland Countries
11.3 The Insular Region (Islands of Southeast Asia)
11.4 End-of-Chapter Material

Chapter 12: Australia and New Zealand
12.1 Introducing the Realm
12.2 Australia
12.3 New Zealand
12.4 End-of-Chapter Material

Chapter 13: The Pacific and Antarctica
13.1 The Pacific Islands
13.2 Antarctica
13.3 End-of-Chapter Material

This textbook was created through Connecting the Pipeline: Libraries, OER, and Dual Enrollment from Secondary to Postsecondary, a \$1.3 million project funded by LOUIS: The Louisiana Library Network and the Institute of Library and Museum Services. This project supports the extension of access to high-quality post-secondary opportunities to high school students across Louisiana and beyond by creating materials that can be adopted for dual enrollment environments. Dual enrollment is the opportunity for a student to be enrolled in high school and college at the same time.

The cohort-developed OER course materials are released under a license that permits their free use, reuse, modification and sharing with others. This includes a corresponding course available in Moodle and Canvas that can be imported to other platforms.

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Cultural Geography
Social Science
Material Type:
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Provider:
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Author:
Jeffrey Stepp
Jessica Hawkes
Mathab A. Lodhi
Neusa Hidalgo Monroy Wohlgemuth
Peter Yaukey
Royal Berglee
Rusti Liner
Tyler Johnson
Date Added:
05/23/2024