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Introductory Calculus
by School Mathematics Project Staff (Editor); Charles Snape (Editor); Heather Scott (Editor)
ISBN: 9780521388436
Publication Date: 1991-06-27
The aim of 16-19 Mathematics has been to produce a course which, while challenging, is accessible and enjoyable to all students. The course develops ability and confidence in mathematics and its applications, together with an appreciation of how mathematical ideas help in the understanding of the world and society in which we live. This unit: • develops the concepts of differentiation and integration with an emphasis on geometrical and numerical understanding; • provides an appreciation of the historical development of calculus; • encourages a facility for using graph-skething software and/or a graphical calculator; • develops an elementary understanding of the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus.
Algebra I
by Carolyn Wheater; Dorling Kindersley Publishing Staff
ISBN: 9781615647750
Publication Date: 2015-06-02
REIMAGINED, ALL-NEW CONTENT IN ONE COLOUR Perhaps no subject strikes so much fear in the hearts of students as algebra, the complex but mandatory math discipline that seems to bear little relevance to everyday life. Starting with the very basics and reinforcing concepts with practice and tips along the way, Idiot's Guides: Algebra I makes a complex subject easier to grasp and helps students and adult learners clear the hurdle that can stand between them and their academic goals. Readers get: -- A natural transition from basic math to algebra, with a review of relevant concepts and operations. -- An introduction to linear equations and functions, including graphing and inequalities. -- Explanations of how to solve absolute-value equations and radical equations. -- Instructions on how to perform operations on polynomials and factoring. -- An exploration of how to work with quadratic equations and quadratic functions, and rational expressions, equations, and functions. -- Special sidebars pointing out the reasoning behind the techniques. -- Separate workbook section of extra Algebra practice problems - like getting two books in one!
Kaplan SAT Subject Test Mathematics Level 1 2011-2012
by Kaplan
ISBN: 9781607148715
Publication Date: 2011-03-01
The most up to date guide for students taking the SAT Mathematics Level 1 test.
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