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Calculus Simplified by An accessible, streamlined, and user-friendly approach to calculus. Includes nearly 200 solved problems, 300+ exercises (all with answers); requires no prior knowledge of exponential, logarithmic, or trigonometric functions; additional online resources provided.
Publication Date: 2019-06-11
Mastering Calculus Through Practice by ...aimed at first-year students of fields in which calculus and its applications have a role, including Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Economics...
Publication Date: 2021
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How to Free Your Inner Mathematician by ...more than 300 hand-drawn sketches alongside accessible descriptions of fractals, symmetry, fuzzy logic, knot theory, Penrose patterns, infinity, the Twin Prime Conjecture, Arrow's Impossibility Theorem, Fermat's Last Theorem, and other intriguing mathematical topics.
Publication Date: 2020-05-26
Innumeracy in the Wild by Our grasp of numbers and uncertainty is one of humankind's most distinctive and important traits. It is pivotal to our exceptional ability to control the world around us as we make short-term choices and forecast far into the future. But very smart people can struggle with numbers in ways that pose negative consequences for their decision making. Numeric ability equips individuals with vital tools that allow them to take charge of various aspects of their life. The more numerate enjoy superior health, wealth, and employment outcomes, while the innumerate remain more vulnerable. This book presents the logic, rules, and habits that highly numerate people use in decision making. [It also] introduces two additional ways of knowing numbers that complement and compensate for lower numeric ability and explores how numeric abilities develop and where mistakes are made.
Publication Date: 2020-05-27
Where Do Numbers Come From? by Starting with the natural (counting) numbers and then looking at the rational numbers (fractions) and negative numbers, the author builds to a careful construction of the real numbers followed by the complex numbers, leaving the reader fully equipped with all the number systems required by modern mathematical analysis. Additional chapters on polynomials and quarternions provide further context for any reader wanting to delve deeper.
Publication Date: 2019-10-24
What Is Random? by In this fascinating book, mathematician Ed Beltrami takes a close enough look at randomness to make it mysteriously disappear.
Publication Date: 2020-07-30
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