A Survey of Mathematics with Applications (10th Edition)
What You Will Learn
■ Inductive and deductive reasoning processes
■ Problem-solving techniques Life constantly presents new problems. The more sophisticated our society becomes, the more complex the problems. We as individuals are constantly solving problems. For example, when we consider ways to reduce our expenses or when we plan a trip, we make problem-solving decisions. We also have to make problemsolving decisions when we figure out how to divide our time between studying, friends, family, work, and recreational activities. Additionally, businesses are constantly trying to solve problems that involve making a profit for the company and keeping customers satisfied. The goal of this chapter is to help you master the skills of reasoning, estimating, and problem solving. These skills will aid you in solving problems in the remainder of this book as well as those you will encounter in everyday life.
Thus far, no two people have been found to have the same fingerprints or DNA. So fingerprints and DNA have become forms of identification. As technology improves, so do identification techniques. Computerized fingerprint scanners are now showing up in police stations, in high-tech security buildings, with personal computers, and with smartphones. You can purchase a personal USB fingerprint scanner that requires your distinctive fingerprint to gain access to your computer.
The belief that no two people have the same fingerprints is based on a type of reasoning we will discuss in this section.
Why This Is Important As you will see in this section, we use a type of reasoning, called
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