She Does Math!: Real-life Problems from Women on the Job
MAA, Jan 1, 1995 - Business & Economics - 253 pages
Presents the career histories of 38 professional women describing how much math each took in high school and college, how she chose her field of study, and how she ended up in her current job. Each woman presents several problems typical of those she had to solve on the job using mathematics.
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