by John Wiley & Sons Australia
by Jacob Klein
by Ann E. Watkins & Richard L. Scheaffer
by Michael F. Land
The eye is one of the most remarkable achievements of evolution, and has evolved up to 40 times in different parts of the animal kingdom. In humans, vision is the most important sense, and much of the brain is given over to the processing of ...
by Consumer Dummies
1,001 practice opportunities to score higher in statistics 1,001 Statistics Practice Problems For Dummies takes you beyond the instruction and guidance offered in Statistics For Dummies to give you a more hands-on understanding of statistics.
by Glenn Geher & Sara Hall
Straightforward Statistics: Understanding the Tools of Research is a clear and direct introduction to statistics for the social, behavioral, and life sciences. Based on the author's extensive experience teaching undergraduate statistics, this ...
by Victor J Katz and Karen Hunger Parshall
by Kylie Boucher
by Ivan Jeliazkov & Xin-She Yang
by Larry Gonick
A refreshingly humorous but thorough guide to general calculus from the author of the bestselling CARTOON GUIDE TO PHYSICS and CARTOON HISTORY OF THE MODERN WORLD. In THE CARTOON GUIDE TO CALCULUS, master cartoonist and former Harvard calculus ...
With Applications to Physics, Biology, Chemistry, and Engineering
by Steven H Strogatz
An accessible introduction to chaos and nonlinear systems, with numerous examples, illustrations, and applications to science and engineering.
by Pearson Education Heg USA
Objective: Guided Learning The Bittinger Worktext Series recognizes that math hasn’t changed, but students—and the way they learn math—have. This latest edition continues the Bittinger tradition of ...
OVERVIEW A pronounced improvement on the already highly regarded Maths Quest7 Australian Curriculum series, this latest edition has been updated based on in-depth research and feedback from maths teachers practising in Victoria. With an enhanced ...
by Silver Nate
From the financial crisis to ecological disasters, we routinely fail to foresee hugely significant events, often at great cost to society. The rise of 'big data' has the potential to help us predict the future, yet much of it is misleading and ...
by Kylie Boucher