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**Test Bank for Math in Our World: A Quantitative Reasoning Approach, 1st Edition, David Sobecki, Brian Mercer, ISBN10: 1259827577, ISBN13: 9781259827570**

**Table of Contents**

Unit 1: EVERYONE HAS PROBLEMS

Lesson 1: Be Reasonable (Inductive and Deductive Reasoning)

Lesson 2: More or Less (Estimation and Interpreting Graphs)

Lesson 3: You Got a Problem? (Problem-Solving Strategies)

Unit 2: MANAGING YOUR MONEY

Lesson 1: Giving 110 Percent (Review of Percents)

Lesson 2: Building It Is the Easy Part . . . (Budgeting)

Lesson 3: A Topic of Interest (Simple Interest)

Lesson 4: Like a Snowball Rolling Downhill (Compound Interest)

Lesson 5: Buying Stuff Without Money (Installment Buying)

Lesson 6: Investing in Yourself (Education and Home Loans)

Lesson 7: A Walk on Wall Street (Stocks and Bonds)

Lesson 8: A Taxing Situation (Income Taxes)

Unit 3: PLACE YOUR BETS

Lesson 1: So You’re Saying There’s a Chance . . . (Basic Probability)

Lesson 2: Making It Count (Sample Spaces and Counting Techniques)

Lesson 3: Combining Forces (Combinatorics)

Lesson 4: Too Good to Be True? (Probability Using Counting Techniques)

Lesson 5: Odds and Ends (Odds and Expected Value)

Lesson 6: An Exclusive Club (Addition Rules for Probability)

Lesson 7: Independence Day (Multiplication Rules and Conditional Probability)

Lesson 8: Either/Or (The Binomial Distribution)

Unit 4: STATISTICALLY SPEAKING

Lesson 1: Crunching the Numbers (Gathering and Organizing Data)

Lesson 2: Picture This (Representing Data Graphically)

Lesson 3: An Average Joe (Measures of Average)

Lesson 4: Your Results May Vary (Measures of Variation)

Lesson 5: Where Do You Rank? (Measures of Position In a Data Set)

Lesson 6: Just a Normal Day (Normal Distributions and Z Scores)

Lesson 7: The Way the Cookie Crumbles (Applications of the Normal Distribution)

Lesson 8: Making Connections (Correlation and Regression Analysis)

Lesson 9: Trust No One (Misuses of Statistics)

Unit 5: BUILDING MODELS

Lesson 1: Keeping Things In Proportion (Ratios and Proportions)

Lesson 2: Making Some Extra Cash (The Basics of Graphing Functions)

Lesson 3: A Slippery Slope (Modeling with Linear and Quadratic Functions)

Lesson 4: Phone a Friend (Modeling with Exponential and Log Functions)

Unit 6: THE JOY OF SETS

Lesson 1: Setting Up (The Basics of Working with Sets)

Lesson 2: Busy Intersections, More Perfect Unions (Operations on Sets)

Lesson 3: Worlds Collide (Studying Sets with Two-Circle Venn Diagrams)

Lesson 4: A Dollar for Your Thoughts (Using Sets to Solve Problems)

Unit 7: UNCOMMON SENSE

Lesson 1: Opening Statements (Statements and Quantifiers)

Lesson 2: Finding the Truth (Truth Tables)

Lesson 3: To Be and Not to Be (Types of Statements in Logic)

Lesson 4: Being Argumentative (Evaluating Logical Arguments)

Unit 8: HOW DO YOU MEASURE UP?

Lesson 1: Going to Great Lengths (Unit Conversion, Length, and the Metric System)

Lesson 2: New Dimensions (Measuring Area, Volume, and Capacity)

Lesson 3: Weighty Matters (Units of Weight and Temperature)

Lesson 4: Stocking the Shelves (Evaluating Efficiency in Packaging)

Prep Skills Answers

Index

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