The Mathematics Survival Kit: How To Get An A In Math

Paperback | December 20, 2013

byJack Weiner, Gord Clement

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The Mathematics Survival Kit, Third Edition provides the fundamental techniques and clear explanations of nearly 200 mathematics topics, from Algebraic Operations to Statistics to Integration in first year Calculus. Using their combined forty five years of teaching experience, the authors have compiled topics that normally plague students through all levels of the math curriculum. Throughout the book, each topic is presented in an easy-to-read and easy-to-follow one page format.

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The Mathematics Survival Kit, Third Edition provides the fundamental techniques and clear explanations of nearly 200 mathematics topics, from Algebraic Operations to Statistics to Integration in first year Calculus. Using their combined forty five years of teaching experience, the authors have compiled topics that normally plague stud...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 10.81 × 8.5 × 0.41 inPublished:December 20, 2013Publisher:Nelson College IndigenousLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0176504613

ISBN - 13:9780176504618

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IntroductionGetting Started on SurvivalOperation Cooperation and Fraction TractionFactoring: A Product of Practice Pliable PolynomialsA Partial Look into Partial FractionsThe Straight Goods on LinesA Few Lines on Linear AlgebraGiving the Third Degree to Second Degree Polynomials: Quadratics!Solving Inequalities with Less (<_29_ _difficulty2c_="" greater="" _28_="">) EaseIncreasing the Magnitude of Your Absolute Value KnowledgeGetting to the Root of Square RootsSome Basic Graphs and Some Basics about GraphsThe Survival Kit Logs Powerful Time with Exponents and LogarithmsDrawing Your Attention to Some Basic Geometry Angling Right in on TrigonometryA Straightforward Approach to LimitsContinuity (There's a Hole in the Function, Dear Liza, Dear Liza)Derivatives or Going on a Tangent about SlopesDerivative Rules RuleIntegrating Your Knowledge about the Anti-DerivativeInverse Functions: Now That's a Switch!Parametric Equations: Making Relations FunctionalWarming Up to Polar CoordinatesGoing to Any Lengths to Give You New Direction with VectorsA Few Terms in Sequences and Series and a Sampling of StatisticsEnd Game