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- QA1-43 General
- QA47-59 Tables
- QA71-90 Instruments and machines
- QA101-(145) Elementary mathematics. Arithmetic
- QA150-272.5 Algebra
- QA273-280 Probabilities. Mathematical statistics
- QA299.6-433 Analysis
- QA440-699 Geometry. Trigonometry. Topology
- QA801-939 Analytic mechanics

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- Calculus for Cranks by Nets Hawk KatzPublication Date: 2021A new approach to the foundations of single variable calculus, based on the introductory course taught at Caltech.
- Calculus Simplified by Oscar FernandezPublication Date: 2019An accessible, streamlined, and user-friendly approach to calculus.
- Common Sense Mathematics by Ethan D. Bolker; Maura B. MastPublication Date: 2020The focus is on problems suggested by the news of the day and topics that matter to students, like inflation, credit card debt, and loans. We use search engines, calculators, and spreadsheet programs as tools to reduce drudgery, explore patterns, and get information.
- Linear Algebra by Przemyslaw BogackiPublication Date: 2019Provides a complete coverage of core linear algebra topics, including vectors and matrices, systems of linear equations, general vector spaces, linear transformations, eigenvalues, and eigenvectors. All results are carefully, clearly, and rigorously proven. The exposition is very accessible.
- Practical Algebra: A Self-Teaching Guide by Bobson Wong; Larisa Bukalov; Steve SlavinPublication Date: 2022Get an overview of solving linear and quadratic equations, using ratios and proportions, decoding word problems, graphing and interpreting functions, modeling the real world with statistics, and other concepts found in today's algebra courses.
- Quick Calculus: A Self-Teaching Guide by Daniel Kleppner; Peter Dourmashkin; Norman RamseyPublication Date: 2022In this book, readers will find: an accessible introduction to the basics of differential and integral calculus; an interactive self-teaching guide that offers frequent questions and practice problems with solutions; a format that enables them to monitor their progress and gauge their knowledge.
- Schaum's Outline of College Algebra, Fifth Edition by Murray R. Spiegel; Robert E. MoyerPublication Date: 2018This Schaum’s Outline gives users: 300 supplemental problems to reinforce knowledge; additional new end of chapter problems and supplementary problems; new chapter on solving Higher Degree Equations; new chapter on Algebra for Calculus; concise explanations of all intermediate algebra concepts; support for all major textbooks for courses in Algebra; plus access to revised Schaums.com website with access to 30 problem-solving videos, and more.

- Are Numbers Real? by Brian CleggCall Number: QA93 .C627 2016Location: Second Floor Stacks

Presents an accessible, in-depth look at the history of numbers and their applications in life and science, from math's surreal presence in the virtual world to the debates about the role of math in science. - How Not to Be Wrong: The Power of Mathematical Thinking by Jordan EllenbergCall Number: QA99 .E45 2014Location: Second Floor Stacks

This book shows us that math isn't confined to abstract incidents that never occur in real life, but rather touches everything we do--the whole world is shot through with it. Math allows us to see the hidden structures underneath the messy and chaotic surface of our world. - The Magic of Math by Arthur BenjaminCall Number: QA111 .B438 2016Location: Second Floor Stacks

Using a delightful assortment of examples--from ice cream scoops and poker hands to measuring mountains and making magic squares--this book empowers you to see the beauty, simplicity, and truly magical properties behind those formulas and equations that once left your head spinning. - A Mathematical Space Odyssey by Claudi Alsina; Roger B. NelsenCall Number: QA491 .A47 2015Location: Second Floor Stacks

This book presents techniques for proving a variety of geometric results in three dimensions. Special attention is given to prisms, pyramids, platonic solids, cones, cylinders and spheres, as well as many new and classical results.

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