Author(s): Allyn J. Washington, Richard EvansDifference between 11th and 10th editions Side by side comparison of table of contents helps to figure out the most significant changes. |

**Key differences between 11th and 10th editions**

- Period between current and previous publications: 4 years (2017 vs 2013).
- The Eleventh Ed. consists of 31 chapters as well as the preceding edition, and covers the same key topics.
- Over 350 new applications.
- Many graphing calculator screens reinforce how to use the TI-89 graphing calculator for computations, charting and other graphing calculator programs.
- Over 1000 new and updated exercises.
- Important changes in the Eleventh Ed:
- How to find the domain and range of function by using graphs (Section 3.4).
- Beginning of chapter 5 has been reorganized.
- Solving systems of linear equations with reduced row echelon form on graphing calculator (Ch. 5)
- Definition for greatest common factor (Ch. 6)
- Example demonstrating how the phase angle can be interpreted, and difference between phase shift and phase angle (Ch. 10).
- Empirical rule (the three-sigma rule) (Section 22.4)

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