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Mathematics

Mathematics resources.

Books of Interest

QA 43 .J47 2016

This guide offers comprehensive review and practice for the high school math students need to know to succeed on their exams, including Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Geometry, and Trigonometry fundamentals.

QA 93 .P6725 2018

If you think of mathematics as a series of pointless classroom exercises without much relevance to real life, this book will change your mind. As the authors show, math is deeply embedded in almost every aspect of daily life--from managing your personal finances, making consumer purchases, and sharpening your computational skills, to learning to apply mathematical concepts that will give you a better grasp of both ordinary and extraordinary events and help you better appreciate the world we live in.

QA 152.3 .L66 2016

Defines algebraic terms, shows how to avoid pitfalls in calculation, presents painless methods for understanding and graphing equations, and makes problem-solving fun.

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