3 edition of Excursions in modern mathematics with mini-excursions found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Pearson Prentice Hall|
|Publishers||Pearson Prentice Hall|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 95 p. :|
|Number of Pages||82|
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3 Standardizing Normal Data 16. 4 The Shapely-Shubik Power Index 2. Shorter than a full chapter but much more substantive than an appendix. How about finding the best way to equally divide a pizza?
3 Traveling Salesman Problems 6. With a new chapter on financial math and an improved supplements package, this book helps students appreciate that math is more than just a set of classroom theories: math can enrich the life of any one who appreciates and knows how to use it. The present one deals with discrete mechanical systems for particles in a number greater than the unity, as well as with continuous mechanical systems.
The book was in perfect condition. An all-new Mini-Excursion 3, The Mathematics of Population Growth, includes a discussion of linear, exponential, and logistic growth. The presentation is centered on an assortment of real-world examples and applications specifically chosen to illustrate the usefulness, relevance, and beauty of liberal arts mathematics. 4 Simple Strategies for Solving TSPs 6. A new Instructor's Edition provides answers for all exercises in the back of the text.
; 19May61 ; A523241 Modern mathematics for junior high school.
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5 The Method of Piecewise Comparisons 1.