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Author(s): Rosemarie Bezerra-Nader
A Math Foundation for Success in Life and in STEM
Arithmetic 4 Success enables students to finally understand arithmetic concepts and applications that provide a foundation for success in STEM disciplines (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). The book begins with practical word “puzzles” that focus on situations common in everyday life.
Critical thinking skills, problem-solving skills, common fraction concepts, and properties of “1” are emphasized throughout the book.
Author(s): Martin Braun
Introduction to Mathematical Literacy is intended primarily for non- STEM majors (i.e. non-science majors), though STEM majors can also benefit greatly from reading it. It is divided, essentially, into two parts. Chapters 1 and 2 form one unit and Chapters 3 –7 form a second unit. Chapter 1 deals with elections which have more than 2 candidates. How many different ways are there to decide the winner, and which method is the fairest of them all?
Author(s): Russell Hurlburt
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