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Co-ordinated science: Chemistry

This series provides a broad and balanced co-ordinated programme of study leading to GCSE science. For each subject: biology, chemistry and physics, there is a Student's, Teacher's and Activities Book. Each Student's Book includes ideas that satisfy both co-ordinated and separate GCSE science syllabuses. Information...
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1989

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Men of mathematics 1

Men of Mathematics presents a fair sample of the lives of extraordinarily gifted men, these include Lobatchewsky, Abel, Jacobi, Hamilton, Galois, Sylvester, Cayley, Weirstrass, Sonja Kowalewski, Boole, Hermite, Kronecker, Riemann, Kummer, Dedekind, Poincare, and Cantor.
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1965

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Treasury of mathematics 2

In this fascinating collection of original sources, the author shows individual mathematicians grappling with varied problems - some practical, such as architecture, money, valuation, mechanics, astronomy and calender calculations; others verging on philosophy, such as the existence of zero and the concept of infinity...
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1968

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New mathematics dictionary and handbook

Here, in handy dictionary form, are the answers to your questions about mathematics, presented in simple, clear nontechnical language.
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1964

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Mathematics (pocket book)

Mathematics explores the fascinating subject of modern mathematics. The author includes topics such as basic number theory, calculus and the role it plays in the scientist's astonishing new picture of the universe, the on-off language of computers and the theory of probability.
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1969

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Figure it out

Test your skills with these specially selected puzzles and know your credit rating. Fairly simple puzzles are awarded one star, more challenging ones two stars, and up to five stars for a really difficult problem. 100 puzzles of varying difficulty from an outstanding compiler whose puzzles have delighted thousands of...
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1973

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Recreational problems in geometric dissections and how to solve them

 Geometric dissections are puzzles based on the art of cutting up one geometric figures into pieces which can be reassembled to form another figure.The over 400 diagrams in this book represent the combined work of the author and others in such areas as polygons, stars, letters, curved figures, and solid...
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1972

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Geometric exercises in paper folding

 This is more than just a collection of casual paper-folding recreations. The tools required are minimal - only paper, a pencil, and a penknife or pair of scissors; the skills needed belong to everyone. But the exercises themselves are as useful in teaching plane geometry as they are fun in and for the doing....
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1966

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Design a robotic ‘ball boy’

In this project, students will develop an automatic ‘ball boy’ for tennis or cricket practice. They could also decide to make the robot for something entirely different - the scope is endless, and it’s up to them what you do! 
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