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Math Books in the Library
The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Mathematics by
Call Number: QA 5 .C53 2009
Publication Date: 2009-06-07
Ranging widely from Achilles paradox to zero matrix, the dictionary uses graphs, diagrams, and charts to render definitions as comprehensible as possible, offering an ideal introduction to subjects such linear algebra, optimization, nonlinear equations, and differential equations.
5 Minute Math Problem of the Day by
Call Number: QA 135.5.L433 2000x
Chock-full of problems to help your students exercise essential problem-solving skills every day of the year. These fun, multi-step problems will save you time and fuel your students' interest in: whole number concepts and operations, decimals, fractions, measurement, geometry, and more! Leveled to meet a range of abilities. Fully reproducible
Math Stories for Problem Solving Success by
Call Number: QA 63.O89 2008
This second edition of the popular math teaching resource book Math Stories for Problem Solving Success offers updated true-to-life situations designed to motivate teenagers to use math skills for solving everyday problems. The book features intriguing short stories followed by sets of problems related to the stories that are correlated to the standards of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
Calculus for Dummies by
Call Number: QA 303.2 .R86 2003
The good news is that you can master calculus. It's not nearly as tough as its mystique would lead you to think. Much of calculus is really just very advanced algebra, geometry, and trig.
Everyday Math for Everyday Life by
Call Number: QA 93.R93 2002
Everyday math skills can be painlessly learned and easily mastered, transforming readers from a person who doesn't know the meaning of APR into someone who understands credit card rates. Ryan's guide is broken into sections which review basic arithmetic from fractions to percents.
Everyday Math for Dummies by
Call Number: QA 36 .S45 1995
Maybe you thought that after you graduated -- whether from high school, college, or even grad school -- you'd never have to do a math problem again. Then you went to work or had to manage the family finances and discovered that every day brings with it some kind of math problem. With Everyday Math For Dummies, you can forget about math anxiety as you discover how to do all kinds of math problems -- even the math underlying gambling and professional sports, like baseball, basketball, and football.
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