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Concepts in Middle School Mathematics
This book covers concepts in Arithmetic, Elementary Algebra, Euclidean Geometry and Plane Trigonometry. The book is organized into four major sections, each dealing with the concepts in a specific topic. The student may use this as a ready reckoner aid in test preparation or with home assignments. The concepts are uncovered gradually in some sense like LEGO blocks one piece at the time. We haveHomework Helpers: Basic Math and Pre-Algebra
Homework Helpers: Basic Math and Pre-Algebra will help build a solid mathematical foundation and enable students to gain the confidence they need to continue their education in mathematics. Particular attention is placed on topics that students traditionally struggle with the most. The topics are explained in everyday language before the examples are worked. The problems are solved clearly andThe Not-So-Scary Guide to Basic Trigonometry
The Not-So-Scary Guide to Basic Trigonometry eliminates the fear, frustration and anxiety often associated with learning trigonometry. By introducing a new and intuitive technique called a ?mathematical tripod,? author Kevin Hunter is able to do away with traditional, complicated algebraic methods, resulting in better comprehension and less stress. This slim but effective guide is written in aA Basic Course in Measure and Probability
Originating from the authors' own graduate course at the University of North Carolina, this material has been thoroughly tried and tested over many years, making the book perfect for a two-term course or for self-study. It provides a concise introduction that covers all of the measure theory and probability most useful for statisticians, including Lebesgue integration, limit theorems inMathematical Foundations of Information Theory
The first comprehensive introduction to information theory, this text explores the work begun by Shannon and continued by McMillan, Feinstein, and Khinchin. Its rigorous treatment addresses the entropy concept in probability theory and fundamental theorems as well as ergodic sources, the martingale concept, anticipation and memory, and other subjects. 1957 edition.