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Exploring mathematics: simple line graphs

The most important fact about a single line graph is what it tells use by reason of the direction the link takes.This is where this booklet begins. It goes on to the plotting of points to produce a graph, to the drawing of simple graphs and to the reading of a graph.
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1965

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Exploring mathematics: statistics

In this book you will meet several interesting sets of facts tabulated by graphs of different kinds, and you will being to find out how to practice the science known as statistics.
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1966

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Sphere Packing, Lewis Carrol, and reversi

Packing spheres, Reversi, braids, polyominoes, board games, and the puzzles of Lewis Carroll. These and other mathematical diversions return to readers with updates to all the chapters, including new game variations, mathematical proofs, and other developments and discoveries. Read about Knuth's Word Ladders program...
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2009

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Exploring mathematics: decimals

For a long time, countries in Europe has decimal coinage and decimal weights and measure which are called the metric system. Our scientists use the metric system and soon we shall all be using it instead of the weights, measures, and money tables we have now.Fortunately for us, the metric system is very simple as...
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1967

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Shapes, space and symmetry

Photographs and text illustrate the shapes and variations of the nine regular solids to provide a visual approach to mathematics instruction. 
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1971

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Exploring mathematics: ciphers

This book provides an introduction to ciphers; way to write them and decipher them.
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1967

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Exploring mathematics: curves

This book deals with curved lines. Some of the regular curves you will draw are extremely important in mathematics and in many industries. Some chapters are easy, other more difficult, but the whole book is full of enjoyment.
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1969

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Exploring mathematics: great mathematicians

Here are short accounts of the life and work of thirteen great mathematicians who discovered or developed many mathematical ideas.
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1965

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Exploring mathematics: introducing topology

This book is different from most book on mathematics. No calculation is required, and many of the answers are in word and not figures.Topology is a branch of mathematics similar to geometry, except that we have no measurements. This probably seems very puzzling, and perhaps you will only understand what I mean...
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1967

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Exploring mathematics: histograms

In this book you will find histograms to talk and write about and lists of facts from which to construct histograms. When you have begun to be familiar with histograms, try to collect related facts about things that interest you. Then use these facts to construct your own histograms. You will enjoy making your own...
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