Almost a year ago, I bought Mr. Bob Miller’s Calc for the Clueless series for a younger cousin (I, II, and III), and she returned the book to me after finishing her Calculus class. Last week, I started reading Calc for the Clueless: Calc I and found it to be very student friendly. Most examples […]

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# Book Review

## Book Review: How to Prove It

If you are familiar with Polya’s How to Solve It, one of the most well-known classic books in mathematical problem solving, a similar book exists for learning mathematical proofs. Daniel Velleman’s How to Prove It: A Structured Approach is one of the good books available for learning the structure of proofs. The books include topics onm […]

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## Book Review: How to Solve Word Problems in Algebra

How to Solve Word Problems in Algebra: A Solved Problems Approach is a book ideal for middle school and high school students who want to learn about solving word problems. The book offers step-by-step method in solving different types of word problems. The topics covered in this book are number, motion (time, rate, distance), mixtures, […]

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