Thomas W. Hungerford

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Thomas W. Hungerford
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Born 1936
Nationality American
Fields algebra
mathematics education
Alma mater University of Chicago
Doctoral advisor Saunders Mac Lane

Thomas William Hungerford (born 1936) is an American mathematician who works in algebra and mathematics education. He is the author or coauthor of several widely used[1] and widely cited[2] textbooks covering high-school to graduate-level mathematics. From 1963 until 1980 he taught at the University of Washington and then at Cleveland State University until 2003. Since 2003 he has been at Saint Louis University. Hungerford has a special interest in promoting the use of technology to teach mathematics.

Hungerford did his undergraduate work at the College of the Holy Cross and got his Ph.D. at the University of Chicago in 1963 (advisor: Saunders Mac Lane).

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Undergraduate[edit]

  • 1997 Abstract Algebra: An Introduction, 2nd Edition. Cengage. ISBN 0-03-010559-5
  • 2005 Contemporary College Algebra and Trigonometry, 2nd Edition. Cengage. ISBN 0-534-46665-6
  • 2005 Contemporary College Algebra, 2nd Edition. Cengage. ISBN 0-534-46656-7
  • 2006 Contemporary Trigonometry. Cengage. ISBN 0-534-46638-9
  • 2009 Contemporary Precalculus, 5th Edition (with Douglas J. Shaw). Cengage. ISBN 0-495-55441-3
  • 2011 Mathematics with Applications, 10th Edition (with Margaret L. Lial and John P. Holcomb, Jr). Pearson. ISBN 0-321-64632-0
  • 2011 Finite Mathematics with Applications, 10th Edition (with Margaret L. Lial and John P. Holcomb, Jr). Pearson. ISBN 0-321-64554-5

High School[edit]

  • 2002 Precalculus: A Graphing Approach (with Irene Jovell and Betty Mayberry). Holt, Rinehart & Winston. ISBN 0-03-056511-1

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