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Author(s): Samuel H. LiPuma, Mark A. Thorsby
Understanding Logic was developed to provide the introductory logic student with an interactive and effective electronic textbook. This text is distinguished by the tone of the writing and is unique in terms of its seamless access to embedded supplemental material. The supplemental material includes multimedia mini-lectures, an abundance of exercises that follow most sections, self-assessment practice quizzes for students, and a solutions manual for instructors. The web-enhanced delivery format takes full advantage of the electronic environment, and offers stude
Author(s): George T Gilbert, Rhonda L Hatcher
Mathematics Beyond the Numbers is written in a conversational style and uses real-world data and applications to make the topics come to life for today’s students!
Author(s): Katie Nagle
*Purchase includes both the workbook and solutions manual*
Author(s): Michael Orkin
Based on years of experience teaching online and in-person, Probability and Statistics Made Interesting integrates the author’s classroom-tested and proven methods and examples to make probability and statistics interesting while still covering the necessary subject matter for a one semester, elementary course.
Probability and Statistics Made Interesting
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Author(s): Xunming Du
Math ABC is written in an innovative way as it makes readers learn basic math knowledge with a fresh and pleasant experience.
Author(s): Fabrizio Donzelli
Multivariable Calculus is an introduction to the basic concepts and tools of multivariable calculus, which are usually covered in the second and third parts of the undergraduate calculus course sequence. The book started as series of lecture notes for the MAT2322 University of Ottawa course (Calculus for Engineers). Since the content became large and complete, I decided to convert the lecture notes into a book that can be used as a textbook and a reference for all students of North-American universities.