Math Power

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Simon & Schuster, 2001 - Mathematics - 322 pages
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Empower Yourself. Conquer Math Anxiety.

Whether you want to sharpen your skills for school, better manage your personal and business finances, or just make more sense out of sports statistics, this book will boost your math skills and confidence. Covering all the math skills an educated person should know. "Kaplan Math Power" is the essential mathematics guide for non-mathematicians.

Master Math With:

* A thorough review of key content areas, including algebra, percents, geometry and probability
* Engaging real world examples to help you apply math in school, at work, and even at play
* A user-friendly organization that adapts to your needs
* Clear explanations of all practice material
* A glossary of key terms

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Contents

Numbers How Many Are Enough?
1
The Positive Integers The Whole Truth
13
Fractions Pieces of the Pie
31
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Stanton has degrees in Slavic Languages and Literatures from Harvard and Yale.

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