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- Mathematics Made Simple byCall Number: 510 SPEFor almost four decades,Made Simple books have set the standard for continuing education and home study. In answer to the changing needs of today's marketplace, the Made Simple series for the '90s presents a thoroughly up-to-the-minute portfolio of skills, information, and experience, with revised and updated editions of bestselling titles, plus a whole range of new subjects from personal finance to office management to desktop publishing.

- The Art of Mathematics byCall Number: 510 KINClear, concise, and superbly written, this book reveals the beauty at the heart of mathematics, and it makes that beauty accessible to everyone. It illustrates the fundamental connection between aesthetics and mathematics by drawing analogies between axioms, applied mathematics, paintings, and symphonies.

- Music and Mathematics byCall Number: 781 MUSFrom Ancient Greek times, music has been seen as a mathematical art. Physical, theoretical, physiological, acoustic, compositional and analytical relationships between mathematics and music are unfolded and explored with focus on tuning and temperament, the mathematics of sound, bell-ringing and modern compositional techniques.

- The Hidden Mathematics of Sport byCall Number: 510 EASHow to beat the odds, how to always win at tennis, and how to take a penalty and score every time--all using the power of mathematics. From an author committed to the popularization of math, an intriguing look at the pros and cons of being a consistent golfer, the surprising link between boxing and figure skating, and the formula for always winning a game of tennis. Whichever sport you love, they will find plenty to absorb and amuse in this unique book.

- The Joy of Mathematics byCall Number: 510 PAPPart of the joy of mathematics is that it is everywhere-in soap bubbles, electricity, da Vinci's masterpieces, even in an ocean wave. Written by the well-known mathematics teacher consultant, this volume's collection of over 200 clearly illustrated mathematical ideas, concepts, puzzles, and games shows where they turn up in the "real" world. You'll find out what a googol is, visit hotel infinity, read a thorny logic problem that was stumping them back in the 8th century. THE JOY OF MATHEMATICS is designed to be opened at random...it's mini essays are self-contained providing the reader with an enjoyable way to explore and experience mathematics at its best.