Patterns in Mathematics: Problem Solving from Counting to Chaos

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PWS Pub. Co., Jan 1, 1994 - Mathematics - 704 pages
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This unique text is fully based on the NCTM standards. Its many innovative features include the use of an exploratory, problem-solving approach throughout the work (in text discussions, examples, and problems), a theme and narrative that unfold from beginning to end (the search for patterns), a framework that relates math topics to each other, an entertaining writing style, and multicultural coverage. It offers a wide range of traditional and off-beat math topics to choose from and a comprehensive set of pedagogical features and illustrations. The text has been class tested for several years at Central Oregon Community College.

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EXERCISE SET 9 4 E60
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EXERCISE SET 2
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