Most colleges and universities now require their non-science majors to take a one- or two-semester course in mathematics. Taken by 300,000 students annually, finite mathematics is the most popular. Updated and revised to match the structures and syllabuses of contemporary course offerings, *Schaums Outline of Beginning Finite Mathematics *provides a thorough review-- with worked examples--of the fundamentals of linear equations and linear growth. Topics covered include games theory, descriptive statistics, normal distribution, probability, binomial distribution, and voting systems and apportionment.

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