31. 

Knowing the Universe by Looking at Ourselves
By Ian Beardsley
An ongoing journal unraveling the secrets we have had in us about the Universe, from ancient to contemporary times, an exploration the author calls "Cosmic Archeology", a search for why we are here, and where we are going, through chemistry, math, ph...

32. 

Knowing the Universe by Looking at Ourselves
By Ian Beardsley
An ongoing journal unraveling the secrets we have had in us about the Universe, from ancient to contemporary times, an exploration the author calls "Cosmic Archeology", a search for why we are here, and where we are going, through chemistry, math, ph...

33. 

ý everything you wanted to know, but nobody would tell you!
By George M. King Ph.D.
Is there more than just the operation of addition in arithmetic? Can you subtract any number from another without borrowing? Can you multiply without carrying? Why, when doing a division problem, do you multiply, subtract, etc.? Is there a real mathe...

34. 

ý everything you wanted to know, but nobody would tell you!
By George M. King Ph.D.
Is there more than just the operation of addition in arithmetic? Can you subtract any number from another without borrowing? Can you multiply without carrying? Why, when doing a division problem, do you multiply, subtract, etc.? Is there a real mathe...

35. 

A Handbook for Teachers
By Robert L. Hammond
Is it possible that the desire to learn mathematics is being destroyed for most students because of conditioning based on rote learning with the focus on pure mathematics and geometry through computerdriven instruction? Author Robert L. Hammond beli...

36. 

A Handbook for Teachers
By Robert L. Hammond
Is it possible that the desire to learn mathematics is being destroyed for most students because of conditioning based on rote learning with the focus on pure mathematics and geometry through computerdriven instruction? Author Robert L. Hammond beli...

37. 

By Gregor Olsavsky
This book is an introductory linear algebra text. The topics are covered in the traditional order: linear systems, matrix algebra, vector spaces, linear transformations, orthogonality, and the eigenvalue/eigenvector problem.
The book seeks to explai...

38. 

By Gregor Olsavsky
This book is an introductory linear algebra text. The topics are covered in the traditional order: linear systems, matrix algebra, vector spaces, linear transformations, orthogonality, and the eigenvalue/eigenvector problem.
The book seeks to explai...

39. 

Helping High Risk Learners
By Aileen Yamate Ed.D.
To the Teacher: What this book does is give you a systematic way to organize a mathematics curriculum. This is mathematics across the broad spectrum of curriculum, i.e. the skills and knowledge that students learn from this program can be applied and...

40. 

Helping High Risk Learners
By Aileen Yamate Ed.D.
To the Teacher: What this book does is give you a systematic way to organize a mathematics curriculum. This is mathematics across the broad spectrum of curriculum, i.e. the skills and knowledge that students learn from this program can be applied and...

41. 

Volume I
By Gregory Battle Ph.D.
The structure of Moore Penrose rings are analyzed with precise pristine logic by examining the detailed pulchritude of these prolific algebraic systems in the engineering and physical science disciplines. The early portion of this literary exposition...

42. 

Volume I
By Gregory Battle Ph.D.
The structure of Moore Penrose rings are analyzed with precise pristine logic by examining the detailed pulchritude of these prolific algebraic systems in the engineering and physical science disciplines. The early portion of this literary exposition...

43. 

By Nils K. Oeijord
Tensor calculus is a generalization of vector calculus, and comes near of being a universal language in physics. Physical laws must be independent of any particular coordinate system used in describing them. This requirement leads to tensor calculus....

44. 

By Nils K. Oeijord
Tensor calculus is a generalization of vector calculus, and comes near of being a universal language in physics. Physical laws must be independent of any particular coordinate system used in describing them. This requirement leads to tensor calculus....

45. 

By Troy L. Story
Introduction to Differential Geometry with applications to NavierStokes Dynamics is an invaluable manuscript for anyone who wants to understand and use exterior calculus and differential geometry, the modern approach to calculus and geometry....
