This Is Not a Maths Book

Discover how maths can be artistic and art can be mathematical with this awesome activity book, full of fun drawing challenges with a mathematical basis.

Author: Anna Weltman

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ISBN: 9781782402053

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Page: 96

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Discover how maths can be artistic and art can be mathematical with this awesome activity book, full of fun drawing challenges with a mathematical basis. Amazing patterns with a mathematical essence will be revealed as you follow the simple activity instructions. Learn incredible maths facts as you draw the beautiful designs. From simple geometric patterns to fascinating fractal art, to awesome anamorphic art, and cool celtic knots, discover the beauty in maths, and the maths in beauty. Left-brain and right-brain come together to create fantastic maths art!

This Is Not Another Maths Book

Discover the clever craft behind the beautiful numbers and patterns of maths with this awesome activity book, packed with fun drawing challenges based on math tricks and rules.

Author: Anna Weltman

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781782404989

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Page: 80

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Discover the clever craft behind the beautiful numbers and patterns of maths with this awesome activity book, packed with fun drawing challenges based on math tricks and rules.

This Is Not a Math Book

Math and art, as different as night and day, right? Wrong! This Is Not a Math Book shows how math can be beautiful and art can be numerical.

Author: Anna Weltman

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ISBN: 9781610673587

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Math and art, as different as night and day, right? Wrong! This is Not a Math Book shows how math can be beautiful and art can be numerical. Amazing patterns with a mathematical basis will be revealed as you follow the simple activity instructions. And you'll learn incredible math facts as you draw the beautiful designs. A real eye-opener for kids of all ages with an artistic bent who think that math is dry and boring, while math enthusiasts will discover new ways to be creative.

The Maths of Life and Death

As you'll hopefully have worked out by now, this is not a maths book. Nor is it a book for mathematicians. You will not find a single equation in these pages. The point of the book is not to bring back memories of the school mathematics ...

Author: Kit Yates

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1787475395

Category: Mathematics

Page: 352

View: 323

*SELECTED AS ONE OF THE SUNDAY TIMES SCIENCE BOOKS OF THE YEAR* "This is an exquisitely interesting book. It's a deeply serious one too and, for those like me who have little maths, it's delightfully readable" - IAN MCEWAN "An exciting new voice in the world of science communication" - MARCUS DU SAUTOY "An extremely thoughtful, articulate and accessible insight into mathematics in the real world" - ALEX BELLOS "Kit Yates is a brilliant explainer and storyteller" - STEVEN STROGATZ __________ Maths is the story of the world around us, and the wisdom it gives us can be the difference between success and disaster. We are all doing maths all the time, from the way we communicate with each other to the way we travel, from how we work to how we relax. Many of us are aware of this. But few of us really appreciate the full power of maths - the extent to which its influence is not only in every office and every home, but also in every courtroom and hospital ward. In this eye-opening and extraordinary book, Yates explores the true stories of life-changing events in which the application - or misapplication - of mathematics has played a critical role: patients crippled by faulty genes and entrepreneurs bankrupted by faulty algorithms; innocent victims of miscarriages of justice and the unwitting victims of software glitches. We follow stories of investors who have lost fortunes and parents who have lost children, all because of mathematical misunderstandings. Along the way, Yates arms us with simple mathematical rules and tools that can help us make better decisions in our increasingly quantitative society. You will discover why it's always sensible to question a statistic, often vital to ask for a second opinion and sometimes surprisingly handy to stick to the 37% rule...

Survival Math for Marketers

The fact that financial statements from Enron , Global Crossing , Informix , and other companies did not present accurate pictures of ... More important , it's a book on math as a tool and a helper , not as a demon or an obstacle .

Author: Peter C. Weiglin

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9780761916321

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 128

View: 922

"Survival Math for Marketers is a simple and fun solution to the age-old problem of a lack of mathematical knowledge among marketing professionals. Many are former English, psychology, or science graduates who have become responsible for advertising, promotion, and sales in their organizations. Without a solid grounding in accounting, finance, mathematics, or economics, they often find themselves frustrated and confused by this unfamiliar world. This book provides an introduction to the underlying mathematical concepts in marketing and management in terms accessible to students of all levels. Weiglin also explains the relevant non-mathematical issues, such as price sensitivity, product distribution, and sales estimates, and provides the tools necessary to fully understand the basics of each. Presented in an irreverent, conversational style, this book includes numerous real-world examples and illustrations that gently introduce the reader to the important mathematical concepts behind marketing and management. Intended for students and professionals of all levels, Survival Math for Marketers is a fun, easy-to-read introduction to the world of business math. About the Author Peter Weiglin is an author, historian, and professional speaker on many topics. His company, Omnibus Communications, specializes in marketing strategy and communications consulting for companies in the publishing and computer fields. His clients have included Lockheed, Hundman Publishing, Hewlett-Packard, Apple Computer, and North American Van Lines. He teaches management and marketing, most recently at the University of California at Berkeley Extension."--Publisher's website.

Encouraging Your Child s Math Talent

this is not a math book. This is a book writtenfor you and your mathematically advanced child. Although we are professional educators, we are also parents and our focus for this book can be stated simply: It is written by parents and ...

Author: Michael J. Bosse

Publisher: PRUFROCK PRESS INC.

ISBN: 1593631847

Category: Education

Page: 189

View: 413

Educational title for gifted and advanced learners.

Experimental Design for the Life Sciences

This is not a maths book. Nowhere in this book will you find the equation for the normal distribution, or any other equation for that matter. Experimental design is not a subsection of maths, you don't need to be a mathematician to ...

Author: Graeme Ruxton

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0199569126

Category: Education

Page: 178

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Experimental Design for the Life Sciences teaches the reader how to effectively design experiments to ensure today's students are equipped with the skills they need to be the researchers of tomorrow. With a refreshingly approachable and articulate style, the book explains the essential elements of experimental design in clear, practical terms, so the reader can grasp and apply even the most challenging concepts, including power analysis andpseudoreplication. The inter-relatedness of experimental design, statistics, and ethical considerations is emphasised throughout the book and, above all, Experimental Design for the Life Sciencesdemonstrates how good experimental design relies on clear thinking and biological understanding, not mathematical or statistical complexity - putting it at the heart of any biosciences student's education.

Supermath

Can math open doors? And finally, What is genuine beauty? Supermath is an enlightening book that pursues complex lines of mathematical thought while providing a fascinating lens into global problems and human culture as a whole.

Author: Anna Weltman

Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press

ISBN: 1421438194

Category: Mathematics

Page: 240

View: 670

Drawing on history and current events, Weltman tackles five fascinating questions: Is math the universal language? Can math eliminate bias? Can math predict the next move? Can math open doors? And finally, What is genuine beauty? Supermath is an enlightening book that pursues complex lines of mathematical thought while providing a fascinating lens into global problems and human culture as a whole.

Prealgebra Geometry

Family Math by Jean Kerr Stenmark, Virginia Thompson, and Ruth Cossey Games with Pencil and Paper by Eric Solomon ... Math Circles, Homeschoolers, and Passionate Teachers edited by Sue VanHattum This Is NOT a Maths Book and This Is NOT ...

Author: Denise Gaskins

Publisher: Tabletop Academy Press

ISBN: 1892083477

Category: Education

Page: 254

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Prepare students for high school math by playing with positive and negative integers, number properties, mixed operations, algebraic functions, coordinate geometry, and more. Prealgebra & Geometry features 41 kid-tested games, offering a variety of challenges for students in 4–9th grades and beyond. A true understanding of mathematics requires more than the ability to memorize procedures. This book helps your children learn to think mathematically, giving them a strong foundation for future learning. Chapters include: * Number Properties: Master factors, multiples, prime numbers, and logical deduction. * Integers: Explore the workings of positive and negative numbers. * Operations and Functions: Stretch your mental muscles with games that require algebraic thinking. * Geometry: Play around with area, perimeter, coordinate graphing, and more. Math games pump up mental muscle, reduce the fear of failure, and generate a positive attitude toward mathematics. Through playful interaction, games strengthen a child’s intuitive understanding of numbers and build problem-solving strategies. Mastering a math game can be hard work, but kids do it willingly because it is fun. So what are you waiting for? Clear off a table, grab a deck of cards, and let’s play some math!

A Math Based Writing System for Engineers

Writing this book was not a solo effort. A number of fine people provided help, support, and keen insights along the way. I will mention some of them here by name. To all of the others (and there are many), please know that this ...

Author: Brad Henderson

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 3030107566

Category: Science

Page: 357

View: 941

This book presents the generative rules for formal written communication, in an engineering context, through the lens of mathematics. Aimed at engineering students headed for careers in industry and professionals needing a “just in time” writing resource, this pragmatic text covers all that engineers need to become successful workplace writers, and leaves out all pedagogical piffle they do not. Organized into three levels of skill-specific instruction, A Math-Based Writing System for Engineers: Sentence Algebra & Document Algorithms guides readers through the process of building accurate, precise sentences to structuring efficient, effective reports. The book’s indexed design provides convenient access for both selective and comprehensive readers, and is ideal for university students; professionals seeking a thorough, “left -brained” treatment of English grammar and “go to” document structures; and ESL engineers at all levels.

Money Run it Not Run After it

As this is not a maths book, I am not going to go into the maths of computing the loan repayment. For those who have problems, the easiest way is to ask any bank to give you the figure with your required loan amount.

Author: Yong Kiang Tan

Publisher: Yong Kiang Tan

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 44

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There are many books talking about money. How to get rich, financial planning, finance management, investments, insurance, tax planning, stocks trading, technical analysis, bonds, asset management and the list goes on. This is not such a book and it is not a “Get Rich Quick” formula book. I really hope there is such a formula but truthfully, I do not believe there is such a thing. Yes, it is possible to get rich but it is neither simple nor quick and there is definitely no sure fire formula to it. On the other hand though, there is certainly an easy way to “Become Poor Quick”. This is where this book comes to rescue, it aims to provide an understanding of the key concepts behind money management, impart the basic principles of managing money and provide some simple tools and exercise to prevent people from squandering off their money. Much like the “Seven Habits of Successful People”, once the basic principles are mastered or have become habits, you will be able to deal with anything involving money without getting into an undesirable situation. A lot of people will say what’s so hard about this but contrary to popular belief, the basic principles are sometimes the hardest ones to grasp and master. Often, people zoom into the details, dream about how to get rich quickly and forget the basic principles getting themselves burnt in the process. Education as they say it is the key out of poverty. However, even though many of us go through the normal education process, some all the way up to university, I realise that we are never formally educated in managing our money. Many, if not all of us, learn about managing money the hard way, through experience or what some may call the school of hard knocks. Although nothing beats learning through experience, it is human’s ability to build on the experience of our predecessors that have allowed us to progress. There are many books talking about money but I realise that most focus on the greed of human and try to make a quick buck out of telling people how to get rich quick. I could not find any book out there that imparts people with the most basic skills of money management. What I call the primary and foundation skills that everyone ought to possess regardless of their education level. These are the skills which I wish I have been taught when I was younger rather than to learn them through the hard way. So this is the main reason why I wrote this book, I hope that it will help to guide others along on money management so that they may avoid the pitfalls that so many of those who went before (including myself) have made.

Practical Bayesian Inference

This is not a maths book, and while I hope I am reasonably rigorous, I omit some more complex derivations and formal proofs. I also hope this book will be useful for more experienced practitioners – in particular those with limited or ...

Author: Coryn A. L. Bailer-Jones

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1108127673

Category: Mathematics

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Science is fundamentally about learning from data, and doing so in the presence of uncertainty. This volume is an introduction to the major concepts of probability and statistics, and the computational tools for analysing and interpreting data. It describes the Bayesian approach, and explains how this can be used to fit and compare models in a range of problems. Topics covered include regression, parameter estimation, model assessment, and Monte Carlo methods, as well as widely used classical methods such as regularization and hypothesis testing. The emphasis throughout is on the principles, the unifying probabilistic approach, and showing how the methods can be implemented in practice. R code (with explanations) is included and is available online, so readers can reproduce the plots and results for themselves. Aimed primarily at undergraduate and graduate students, these techniques can be applied to a wide range of data analysis problems beyond the scope of this work.

A Practical Guide to Teaching Mathematics in the Secondary School

NRICH: www.nrich.maths.org, a fantastic website with loads of investigations to stimulate pupils' brains. The author's blog: www.notjustsums.co.uk, this blog contains fun lesson ideas that have been tried and tested. Books Horsman ...

Author: Clare Lee

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1351060708

Category: Education

Page: 134

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A Practical Guide to Teaching Mathematics in the Secondary School offers straightforward advice, inspiration and a wide range of tried and tested approaches to help you find success in the secondary mathematics classroom. Illustrated throughout, this fully updated second edition includes new chapters on using ICT in the classroom and promoting a positive learning environment, as well as fresh and easy to use ideas that can help you engage your pupils and inspire mathematical thinking. Covering all key aspects of mathematics teaching, it is an essential companion for all training and newly qualified mathematics teachers. Combining ideas and practical insights from experienced teachers with important lessons from educational research, this book covers key aspects of mathematics teaching, including: planning effective lessons using assessment to support learning encouraging mathematical activity integrating ICT into your teaching making lessons engaging building resilient learners. A Practical Guide to Teaching Mathematics in the Secondary School is an essential companion to the core textbook Learning to Teach Mathematics in the Secondary School. Written by expert practitioners, it will support you in developing imaginative and effective mathematics lessons for your pupils.

Math from Three to Seven

Math circles for preschoolers are rare! What this book is, what this book is not, and why you should read it Which brings us to the book that you hold in your hands. In 2006, MSRI sponsored a trip to Russia, to visit specialized math ...

Author: Aleksandr Kalmanovich Zvonkin

Publisher: American Mathematical Soc.

ISBN: 082186873X

Category: Mathematics

Page: 300

View: 293

This book is a captivating account of a professional mathematician's experiences conducting a math circle for preschoolers in his apartment in Moscow in the 1980s. As anyone who has taught or raised young children knows, mathematical education for little kids is a real mystery. What are they capable of? What should they learn first? How hard should they work? Should they even "work" at all? Should we push them, or just let them be? There are no correct answers to these questions, and the author deals with them in classic math-circle style: he doesn't ask and then answer a question, but shows us a problem--be it mathematical or pedagogical--and describes to us what happened. His book is a narrative about what he did, what he tried, what worked, what failed, but most important, what the kids experienced. This book does not purport to show you how to create precocious high achievers. It is just one person's story about things he tried with a half-dozen young children. Mathematicians, psychologists, educators, parents, and everybody interested in the intellectual development in young children will find this book to be an invaluable, inspiring resource. In the interest of fostering a greater awareness and appreciation of mathematics and its connections to other disciplines and everyday life, MSRI and the AMS are publishing books in the Mathematical Circles Library series as a service to young people, their parents and teachers, and the mathematics profession. Titles in this series are co-published with the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI).

Are You a Math Genius the Inventor s Book of Calculation Games for Brilliant Thinkers

Math Genius is of our most popular practical math books. This is the inventive book that sparks a student's love for math! This 180 page book can cover an entire school year by completing one page per day.

Author: Sarah Brown

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781519657268

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Page: 196

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180 Pages of Math for Creative People. Yes, we add, subtract, multiply and use algebra, but it's not like school! It's not even like the math you know. It's all about inventing, being creative, and bossing around the little people who run all your machines. You will manage a business, pay your little workers, enter competitions, write advertisements, become a journalist, sell inventions, and create new games. Practice using ALL the math you will actually need in REAL life! This is the ultimate mathematical workout for creative thinkers. This book was created as an alternative to boring and repetitious math workbooks we all hate. Use this for Homeschooling ages 13 to 17, or for any one who wants to play with numbers! There is nothing In this book that is not FUN. For Age 13 and Up - Homeschool High School and Middle School Good for Students with Dyslexia, ADHD and Autism. The Thinking Tree Publishing

Real Life Maths Book 1

Hold a debate on the topic “Maths is not as important as it used to be”. Select teams and a moderator. Allow the class to vote for who they think won the debate. Write up a report on the debate and include which side you support.

Author: David J. Cohen

Publisher: Ready-Ed Publications

ISBN: 1863975934

Category: Mathematics

Page: 40

View: 788

Mathematics is all around us. We use mathematical processes from the time we get up in the morning until right before we go to sleep. An understanding of mathematical concepts helps students to arrive at school on time, order their lunch, purchase a CD, go to the movies, hire a DVD, deposit money into a bank account, pay for an excursion and even watch a favorite TV program. Students also learn that adults need a firm understanding of mathematics to help them complete everyday tasks such as purchasing a home, shopping at the supermarket, sailing a boat, flying a plane, putting fuel in the car, cooking a meal, planning an overseas trip and paying the bills.

Ending the Epidemic of Child Abuse

It is not this information that is making you upset, it is what happened to you in your past that is causing your negative feelings to ... But just like we need a math teacher and a math book to learn math, this is your math book ...

Author: Robert Anthony

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 0557026911

Category:

Page: 285

View: 624

Designed to change anyone's life; you cannot read this book and walk away unchanged. "Ending the Epidemic of Child Abuse" is an all encompassing guide for survivors that will help you learn to thrive, not just survive. Anyone can read this book to learn how to help survivors of child abuse across the globe, and it all starts by changing one life at a time. This book covers all the information required to become totally psychologically healthy. In this book I start by explaining the critical first steps needed for healing, and I end up explaining how to use all the tools I mention in a way to end the suffering that is due to child abuse. This book is timeless, the information will be just as valuable, and applicable 20 years from now as it is today. Every survivor can benefit from the knowledge it contains.

Making Sense of Numbers and Math

Why I wrote this book: You might wonder why I would write this book. I am not a math teacher, mathemetician, physicist, or considered a math expert. I had never thought about writing a book about math or learning math.

Author: Dr. Cary N. Schneider

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1504922875

Category: Education

Page: 118

View: 291

With his years of study, Dr. Cary Schneider has had lifelong exposure to and proficiency in numbers and math. He presents his practical, down-to-earth approach to think about numbers and math. It is designed as a guide for parents to help their children achieve a solid foundation for understanding numbers and math. The books role is not to replace but to supplement the education their children receive at school. It gives the early preschool child some basic information and perspectives so structured education will be more productive. It may also give teachers a unique perspective that they might incorporate into their numbers and math education. The readers and their children will learn the authors philosophy and principles to improve their perspectives and knowledge and see how numbers and math really do make sense.

Home Learning Year by Year Revised and Updated

Mathematics Math, as progressive educators continue to reiterate, is best learned through projects, puzzles, ... There are many ditloid quizzes online; it's also fun to invent your own. ... This Is Not a Maths Book Anna Weltman.

Author: Rebecca Rupp

Publisher: Crown

ISBN: 0525576975

Category: Education

Page: 576

View: 430

A comprehensive guide to designing homeschool curriculum, from one of the country’s foremost homeschooling experts—now revised and updated! Homeschooling can be a tremendous gift to your children—a personalized educational experience tailored to each kid’s interests, abilities, and learning styles. But what to teach, and when, and how? Especially for first-time homeschoolers, the prospect of tackling an annual curriculum can be daunting. In Home Learning Year by Year, Rebecca Rupp presents comprehensive plans from preschool through high school, covering integral subjects for each grade, with lists of topics commonly presented at each level, recommended resource and reading lists, and suggestions for creative alternative options and approaches. Included, along with all the educational basics, are techniques and resources for teaching everything from philosophy to engineering, as well as suggestions for dealing with such sensitive topics as sex education. Now revised throughout with all-new updates featuring the most effective and up-to-date methods and reading guides to homeschool your child at all ages, Home Learning Year by Year continues to be the definitive book for the homeschooling parent.

Soul Play

this was true. I accepted the concept that there are certain subjects some people are just not adept at. ... Had I not changed my expectations of my intelligence, I would not have had the courage to buy that math book, not have gone ...

Author: Sharon Slockbower

Publisher: BalboaPress

ISBN: 9781452531908

Category: Self-Help

Page: 168

View: 589

It can be very difficult to explore our spiritual nature and potential while we are getting home late from work, rushing to make dinner, and taking care of a family. But it is through this exploration that we find the way to notice the joy and peace of mind that is waiting for us. Words have power and energy! Soul Play explores the meaning and energy of 51 beautiful and uplifting words, and uses true life essays to demonstrate examples of how to utilize them to remember who we truly are--part of God--and how that truth can enrich our lives. This book is about how an average person--living life, making mistakes, and struggling on the human journey--can find a spiritual pathway to connect with the Source.