This third edition of the perennial bestseller defines the recent changes in how the discipline is taught and introduces a new perspective on the discipline. New material in this third edition includes: A modernized section on trigonometry An introduction to mathematical modeling Instruction in use of the graphing calculator 2,000 solved problems 3,000 supplementary practice problems and more
How to Solve It: A New Aspect of Mathematical Method
A perennial bestseller by eminent mathematician G. Polya, How to Solve It will show anyone in any field how to think straight. In lucid and appealing prose, Polya reveals how the mathematical method of demonstrating a proof or finding an unknown can be of help in attacking any problem that can be "reasoned" out--from building a bridge to winning a game of anagrams.
The very ancient Indian Mathematics Tricks. Vedic is the Holy Book of Hindu. Just one example: Suppose you want the square of 35 (any two digit square ending with 5) Multiply 3 (1st dig) x 4 (1st dig +1) = 12 write then 5 x 5=25 write one after another So, The answer is 1225.
Specifically for children in first grade, this essential workbook teaches children basic math concepts and skills and then offers a variety of activities for skill-and-drill practice. Featuring 48 pages of challenging lesson content with real-life applications, easy-to-understand directions and a complete answer key.
The easy way to brush up on the math skills you need in real life Not everyone retains the math they learned in school. Like any skill, your ability to speak "math" can deteriorate if left unused. From adding and subtracting money in a bank account to figuring out the number of shingles to put on a roof, math in all of its forms factors into daily life. Math For Real Life For Dummies provides you with the simple formulas and theorems that you're likely to encounter in the workplace, the kitchen, and even when playing games.
This book has everything a parent or a teacher wound need to have to instill the love for Math in a second grader's heart. It was written by a parent of a second grader, with a long and lasting passion for math, who started to go to math contests when he was at his son's age. He wanted to share with his son everything he knew and loved about Math. This book is also an experiment, a documented approach to Math teaching that goes beyond curriculum, and inspire the imagination and the creativity.