313 books (16 pages) in this category
by Mark Ryan
<b>Hit the geometry wall? Get up and running with this no-nonsense guide!</b> <p>Does the thought of geometry make you jittery? You're not alone. Fortunately, this down-to-earth guide helps you approach it from a new angle, making it easier than
The Big Ideas You Should Know
by Julia Collins
by Glencoe McGraw-Hill
by SOLE - The International Society of Logistics
<p><i>Global Logistics For Dummies</i> is an operational-level reference and overview for those manufacturers, businesses, product distributors, providers of logistics services, humanitarian and disaster relief responders, and logisticians on ...
by NOLAN R. WALLACH
This book is aimed at readers with a strong background in linear algebra and advanced calculus. Early chapters develop representation theory of compact Lie groups with applications to topology, geometry, and analysis. Later chapters study the ...
by DAVID WELLS
Loaded with thought-provoking facts and surprises, this book explores mathematical topics by pointing out remarkable similarities and taking a fresh look at familiar items. You don't have to be a mathematician to appreciate its approach, which ...
by Zhijiang Zhang
by Jordan Ellenberg
<p>Can maths help you win the lottery? Meet the right partner? Get to the airport on time? Prove the existence of God? 'An atomic-powered prosthesis that you attach to your common sense', maths touches everything we do. Here Jordan Ellenberg ...
by Daniel Solow
This text makes a great supplement and provides a systematic approach for teaching undergraduate and graduate students how to read, understand, think about, and do proofs. The approach is to categorize, identify, and explain (at the student's ...
Amazing Micro-Meteorites and Their Terrestrial Imposters
by Jon Larsen
The first comprehensive popular science book about micrometeorites. It's illustrated with 1,500 previously unpublished images from high-resolution colour microscopes and scanning electron microscopes. ...
by Michael Borenstein
by Richard Michael Hill
by Erwin Kreyszig
Provides avenues for applying functional analysis to the practical study of natural sciences as well as mathematics. Contains worked problems on Hilbert space theory and on Banach spaces and emphasizes concepts, principles, methods and major ...
by Andrew Elliott
Is That a Big Number? is, first of all, a celebration of a numerate way of understanding the world. It shows how number skills help us to understand the world close at hand, and how the same skills can be stretched to demystify and even embrace ...
by Mickael Launay
THE INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLERA brief history of the mathematical ideas that have forever changed the world and the everyday people and pioneers behind them. Full of anthropological insights, amazing anecdotes and theory, It All Adds Up charts the
Stories from the Frontline of Psychosomatic Illness
by Suzanne O'Sullivan
Pauline first became ill when she was 15. What seemed to be a urinary infection became joint pain, then life-threatening appendicitis. After a routine operation Pauline lost all the strength in her legs. Shortly afterwards, convulsions started. ...Audio Book
by Kylie Boucher
by Catherine Smith