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Finite mathematics & Applied calculus
Waner & Costenoble (7e): Frequently asked questions

Where can I see the tables of contents for these books?
What are the ISBN numbers of these texts?
Are these "reform" texts, or are these "traditional" texts?
Are there teaching videos and other resources available for distance learning courses?
What technology can I use in conjunction with these books?
What student and instructor solutions manuals are available, who wrote them, and how do I obtain them?
Are trig functions covered in the text? If so, can the trig material be easily omitted?
What coverage of nonlinear functions can be found in the Finite Mathematics Book?
Where can I obtain the optional extra sections (such as Determinants and Cramer's Rule, Sequences and Series, the Chain Rule for Functions of Several Variables, and Calculus Applied to Probability and Statistics)?
Which, if any, online homework system is available for these books?
Where can I find the optional Internet topics referred to in the textbook?
Where can I find a complete list of all the Internet resources available on the student Website?
optional Internet topics referred to in the textbook?
What are easy-to-remember URLs of this Website?
How can I obtain an examination copy of one or more of these books?
Textbooks are expensive! What other options, such as ebooks, echapters or rentals, are there for students not willing to purchase the book?
Do I require separate TI graphing calculator and spreadsheet/Excel manuals for these books?
Can I arrange for a special custom edition of the text to be printed for our curriculum needs?
What test bank materials and lecture slides are available and how do I obtain them?
Where can I find an up-to-date list of corrections, or notify the authors in case I come across any errors?
Stefan Waner and Steven R. Costenoble
(Stefan.Waner@hofstra.edu)   (Steven.Costenoble@hofstra.edu)