Mcdougal Littell Advanced Math 3
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|Author||: Cathy Duffy|
|Editor||: Home Run Enterprises|
Cathy Duffy draws upon her many years of home education experience, both in teaching and researching curriculum, to bring us the most thorough and useful book available on teaching teenagers at home.
Advanced Mathematics Grades 11 12 Precalculus With Discrete Mathematics and Data Analysis Activities Book
|Author||: Holt Mcdougal|
|Editor||: McDougal Littell/Houghton Mifflin|
|Author||: Jason Batterson|
Beast Academy Guide 2D and its companion Practice 2D (sold separately) are the fourth part in a four-part series for 2nd grade mathematics. Book 2d includes chapters on big numbers, algorithms for additional and subtractions, and problem solving.
|Author||: Yunan Prawoto|
Integration of Mechanics into Materials Science Research A Guide for Material Researchers in Analytical Computational and Experimental Methods
|Author||: Yunan Prawoto|
It is a mechanics book written for materials scientists. It provides very simple basic principle written for audience with non mechanics background, so that readers who plan to adopt and integrate the mechanics in their research areas can do it the smart way. The book also has plenty examples on the simple applications of mechanics in various materials science areas: in metallurgy, in coating, in design and in materials science in general. This book is filling the gap between the concept of mechanics used in the 'mechanics world' and the concept of mechanics 'outside mechanics world'. It is perfect for researchers outside mechanics, especially in materials science, who want to incorporate the concept of mechanics in their works. It is originally a script used by a research group in materials science with no mechanics background.
|Author||: Andrei D. Polyanin,Alexander V. Manzhirov|
|Editor||: CRC Press|
The Handbook of Mathematics for Engineers and Scientists covers the main fields of mathematics and focuses on the methods used for obtaining solutions of various classes of mathematical equations that underlie the mathematical modeling of numerous phenomena and processes in science and technology. To accommodate different mathematical backgrounds, the preeminent authors outline the material in a simplified, schematic manner, avoiding special terminology wherever possible. Organized in ascending order of complexity, the material is divided into two parts. The first part is a coherent survey of the most important definitions, formulas, equations, methods, and theorems. It covers arithmetic, elementary and analytic geometry, algebra, differential and integral calculus, special functions, calculus of variations, and probability theory. Numerous specific examples clarify the methods for solving problems and equations. The second part provides many in-depth mathematical tables, including those of exact solutions of various types of equations. This concise, comprehensive compendium of mathematical definitions, formulas, and theorems provides the foundation for exploring scientific and technological phenomena.
|Author||: Andrei D. Polyanin|
|Editor||: CRC Press|
A Concise Handbook of Mathematics, Physics, and Engineering Sciences takes a practical approach to the basic notions, formulas, equations, problems, theorems, methods, and laws that most frequently occur in scientific and engineering applications and university education. The authors pay special attention to issues that many engineers and students
|Author||: Jay P. Abramson,Valeree Falduto,Rachael Gross (Mathematics teacher),David Lippman,Rick Norwood,Melonie Rasmussen,Nicholas Belloit,Jean-Marie Magnier,Harold Whipple,Christina Fernandez|
"The text is suitable for a typical introductory algebra course, and was developed to be used flexibly. While the breadth of topics may go beyond what an instructor would cover, the modular approach and the richness of content ensures that the book meets the needs of a variety of programs."--Page 1.
Mathemagics A Magical Journey Through Advanced Mathematics Connecting More Than 60 Magic Tricks To High level Math
|Author||: Ricardo V Teixeira,Jang-woo Park|
|Editor||: World Scientific|
Teixeira and Park present over 60 different magic tricks while introducing students to high-level math areas. Readers will learn really interesting ideas that will better prepare them for future courses and help them finding areas they might want to study deeper. And as a 'side effect' students will learn amazing magic tricks, century-old secrets, and details from famous magicians and mathematicians.The material was written to quickly present key concepts in several mathematical areas in direct way. Little or no proficiency in math is assumed. In fact, students do not require any Calculus knowledge. And since chapters are almost independent from each other, this book also work as introduction to several other courses.Topics covered include mathematical proofs, probability, abstract algebra, linear algebra, mathematical computing, number theory, coding theory, geometry, topology, real analysis, numerical analysis and history of math.
|Author||: Linda Huetinck,Sara N. Munshin|
|Editor||: Prentice Hall|
This third edition of T eaching Mathematics for the 21st Century continues to help teachers let the secret out–to open up to their students the wonderful discoveries and challenges of the pattern-making and problem-solving aspects of a fascinating subject: mathematics. The rationale remains the same–to enable prospective and current teachers to access and use tools and strategies to effectively teach mathematics to contemporary students. Changing demographics, knowledge of how people learn, and technology all impact the way we educate our young people. This edition incorporates lessons and strategies from programs that have proven success in many types of classrooms. Many of these examples help students connect mathematics to real life situations and communicate their understanding of the underlying concepts. Although technology is constantly being upgraded, ways to increase student motivation through its application remains a goal. For example--since applets can enhance a lesson whether the teacher uses a computer projector, a “smart” board, or has students work individually on computers--we have identified several sources of mathematics applets that can be correlated to various lessons. Research citations and summaries have been updated to reflect current information on teaching and learning. For future teachers.