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Author(s): James Raymondo
Statistical Analysis in the Behavioral Sciences presents a basic understanding of statistical analysis, by incorporating real-world examples and exposing readers to current technology.
Designed for students in all the disciplines of the behavioral sciences, Statistical Analysis in the Behavioral Sciences gives the reader a far better understanding of what statistics is, what the statistical procedures really mean, and just as importantly, what they do not mean.
Author(s): Russell Hurlburt
Comprehending Behavioral Statistics is organized to capitalize on every opportunity to enhance the reader's comprehension. The Comprehending Behavioral Statistics/Personal Trainer package exploits 21st century capabilities to provide the reader with multiple ways of approaching behavioral statistics. Packaged with free access to Personal Trainer, a website that creates a multiple-learning methods approach.
Calculus: Concepts & Computation
This book presents the essential calculus material using a traditional approach and organization of the canonical collection of concepts. The writing style is clear and concise, oriented toward students’ understanding, and augmented by numerous figures, drawings, animations (movies), and lecture videos.
Calculus blends the best aspects of calculus reform along with the goals and methodology of traditional calculus. The format of this text is enhanced, but is not dominated by new technology. Its innovative presentation includes:
The new seventh edition of Calculus:
Author(s): Rudolf A Zimmer
How does your current math text compare with Essential Mathematics?
Author(s): Bernard L Dillard
Moneymatics: Where Money and Mathematics Meet emanates from the sincere concern for the level of basic financial illiteracy among college students. It is discouraging that very few mechanisms are in place to educate today's college student about money management and its role in fostering a healthy spending and saving diet.
Author(s): Rosemarie Bezerra-Nader
Instead of overwhelming students with many new abstract concepts, The Bridge Between Arithmetic and Algebra is limited to six topics (six chapters) which serve as pillars on which an introductory algebra class is structured. These topics are equations, inequalities, translations, word puzzles that use charts, factoring, and graphing.
Initially, concrete arithmetic methods are used to help students make connections to abstract concepts within the selected topics. After connections are made, alternative algebraic strategies are introduced.
Author(s): Archie Ruiz-Columbie
This book presents a general introduction to Mathematical Analysis and Analytical Modeling that may be used as the first contact of undergraduate students with Calculus. Primarily conceived as a textbook for wind energy undergraduate students at Texas Tech University, it might be used for those science and engineering students who enjoy knowing details on the foundations of their mathematical skills.
Author(s): Jude Thaddeus Socrates
Linear Algebra is a powerful tool that allows scientists to model physical phenomena and efficiently solve the systems of equations that arise from them. It is essential to almost every field of mathematics, such as geometry, topology, number theory, and abstract algebra. As such, it is not only computationally useful, with applications in data science, quantum mechanics, statistics, computer science, and all branches of engineering, but it also a great opportunity for the student to explore the beauty and elegance of mathematics.