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"The Harris and Stocker Handbook of Mathematics and Computation Science is a complete desk-top reference for working scientists, engineers, and students. It serves as a veritable math toolbox for rapid access to a wealth of mathematics information for everyday use in problem solving, homework, examinations, etc." — From the back cover
"This uncommonly interesting volume covers 100 of the most famous historical problems of elementary mathematics." — From the back cover
"Designed for high-school students and teachers with an interest in mathematical problem-solving, this stimulating collection includes more than 300 problems that are 'off the beaten path'—i.e., problems that give a new twist to familiar topics or that introduce unfamiliar topics. With few exceptions, their solution requires little more than some knowledge of elementary algebra, though a dash of ingenuity may help." — From the back cover
"Designed for high school students and teachers with an interest in mathematical problem-solving, this volume offers a wealth of nonroutine problems in geometry that stimulate students to explore unfamiliar or little-known aspects of mathematics." — From the back cover
This Teacher's Edition contains the answers to the Student's Spanish 1 Activities Manual, which is sold separately.
Whether you choose to teach Spanish in the traditional English-first method or the only-Spanish total immersion method, this teacher's guide will step you through the course with prepared lessons and bountiful margin notes.
"The study of a language is a subject you can begin to use today. You have the opportunity now to prepare to communicate through reading, writing, speaking, and singing in Spanish." — From "Introducción"
"The lesson plans we provide suggest several strategies for presenting material without translation, all of which take advantage of some form of direct association." — From "About the Teacher's Edition"
"In the last sixty years, the use of the notion of category has led to a remarkable unification and simplification of mathematics. Conceptual Mathematics introduces this tool for the learning, development, and use of mathematics, to beginning students and also to practising mathematical scientists." — From the back cover
"Designed for advanced high school students, undergraduates, graduate students, mathematics teachers and any lover of mathematical challenges, this two-volume set offers a broad spectrum of challenging problems—ranging from relatively simple to extremely difficult." — From the back cover
"Written by a team of established mathematicians and professors, this work draws on the authors' experience in the classroom and as Olympiad coaches." — From the back cover
Along with a companion website, this textbook makes a great guide for both teacher and student in the introduction of Algebra.
Not only does this textbook introduce your student to Geometry, but it also delves into using the LOGO and BASIC computer programming languages, graphing calculators, and spreadsheets. Examples of SAT and ACT problems are also included, as well as connections to other sciences, history, and art.
This book was written "to provide a solid foundation in algebra for students who might have had no previous experience in algebra." This is a college textbook, which may also be used by an advanced high school student.
"Our goal, quite simply, is to help today's students both learn and retain mathematical concepts. To achieve this goal, we feel that we must prepare developmental mathematics students for the transition from 'skills-oriented' elementary and intermediate algebra courses to more 'concept-oriented' college-level mathematics courses. This requires that we teach these same students critical thinking skills: to reason mathematically, to communicate mathematically, and to identify and solve mathematical problems." — The authors in the Preface (page xiii)
This textbook and workbook are for high school students who will be making the transition to life after high school, whether it be on to a job or to post-secondary school. Basically, it's a survival guide for the real world.
"This updated version includes an increased emphasis on study and test preparation skills, increased attention to geometric concepts, and real-life applications." — K. Elayn Martin-Gay, Author, in the Preface
The Complete Watercolor Course: The Ultimate Step-by-Step Guide to Painting Landscapes, Still Lifes, and Portraits (Spiral Binding)
"The Complete Watercolor Course features more than 70 projects from landscapes and still lifes, to interiors and portraits." — from the back cover
Odd Sharks, Wasps, Butterflies, and African Wild Dogs are featured in this informative nature magazine published by the non-profit organization National Wildlife Federation.
Frogs, Opossums, and Earth Day are featured in this informative nature magazine published by the non-profit organization National Wildlife Federation.
Sea Turtles, Musk Oxen, and the Moon are featured in this informative nature magazine published by the non-profit organization National Wildlife Federation.
Amazon River Dolphins, Bowerbirds, and Recycling Paper are featured in this informative nature magazine published by the non-profit organization National Wildlife Federation.
Chameleons, Conifers, Adélie Penguins, Sleeping Animals, and the Everglades are featured in this informative nature magazine published by the non-profit organization National Wildlife Federation.
Exploring Creation with Physics, Second Edition (Hardback Textbook, Paperback Solutions and Tests, Paperback Tests)
This Physics curriculum is written with homeschoolers in mind and encourages self-directed learning.