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  Misteaks. . . and how to find them before the teacher does. . .: A Calculus Supplemen
Posted by: Scar - 03-17-2019, 08:04 AM - Forum: eBooks - No Replies

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English | 2000 | ISBN: 1568811225 | PDF | 86 Pages | 3.6 mb

An unusual supplement to every calculus textbook, Misteaks and How to Find Them before the Teacher Does is popular with students and teachers alike. Teachers love the way it encourages students to truly think about mathematics rather than simply plugging numbers into equations to crank out answers, and students love the author's straightforward, tongue-in-cheek style. The title of this light-hearted and amusing book might well have been "Going Gray in Elementary Calculus and How to Avoid it." Changing the metaphor, Barry has hit the nail on the finger in hundreds of fine examples. -Philip J. Davis, coauthor of The Mathematical Experience. "How I wish that something like this had been available when I was a student!" -Ralph P. Boas, former editor of The American Mathematical Monthly. Bonus: Solution to LeWitt Puzzle

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  Polymers in Electronics: Market Report By Keith Cousins
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English | 2006 | ISBN: 1847350062 | PDF | 130 Pages | 1.1 mb

Designers of electrical and electronic components have a wide choice of polymers at their disposal - cost is a prime consideration but competition in the market place is imposing ever more stringent specification criteria on the equipment designer who, in turn, is demanding significantly improved performance from his polymer supplier. This report lists the most commonly used polymers with brief notes on their properties. This report seeks to provide an overall picture of the varied use of polymers in the manufacture of electronic components. It has endeavoured to identify trends and future movements of the market. The pattern of polymer usage has changed and material formulations have had to be modified to conform with new European Union (EU) legislation relating to the use of hazardous materials in components. Furthermore there is now far more emphasis on recycling rather than landfill disposal and these are issues covered in the report. This report will be of interest to all those involved in using polymers to produce electronic components and to those who provide the raw materials for the production.

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  Discovering Mathematics with Magma: Reducing the Abstract to the Concrete By Wieb Bos
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English | 2006 | ISBN: 3540376321 | PDF | 386 Pages | 12.6 mb

Based on the ontology and semantics of algebra, the computer algebra system Magma enables users to rapidly formulate and perform calculations in abstract parts of mathematics. Edited by the principal designers of the program, this book explores Magma. Coverage ranges from number theory and algebraic geometry, through representation theory and group theory to discrete mathematics and graph theory. Includes case studies describing computations underpinning new theoretical results.

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