Author(s): Richard N. Aufmann, Joanne LockwoodDifference between 10th and 9th editions Side by side comparison of table of contents helps to figure out the most significant changes. |

**Key differences between 10th and 9th editions**

- Period between current and previous publications: 3 years (2013 vs 2010).
- Aufmann & Lockwood's book was first published in 1991.
- The 10th Ed. consists of 8 chapters just as its predecessor.
- Projects or Group Activities have been updated and moved to the end of each set of exercises.
- Chapter A "AIM for Success" has been updated and is now the first chapter in the text. Chapter A outlines study skills that are used by students who have been successful in this course. Topics include how to stay motivated, making a commitment to success, how to manage your time, and preparing for and taking tests.
- Section 1.5 "Division of Whole Numbers" offers additional exercises on quotients and dividends that contain zero.
- Section 3.1 "Introduction to Decimals" offers a new discussion on comparing decimals.
- Chapter 6 "Applications for Business and Consumers" presents new and expanded Monthly Payment Table to calculate mortgage and car loan payments.

Basic College Mathematics: An Applied Approach

Published by: Wadsworth Publishing, February 01, 2013

Published by: Cengage Learning, January 01, 2013

Basic College Mathematics: An Applied Approach

Published by: Wadsworth Publishing, February 01, 2013

Published by: Cengage Learning, January 01, 2010

Basic College Mathematics: An Applied Approach

Published by: Houghton Mifflin, January 07, 2005