| Karl J. Smith - Mathematics - 2004
Liberal Arts mathematics books often cover much more material than can be addressed in a one-semester course. Karl Smith has created a solution to this problem with his new ... | |
| Karl Smith - Mathematics - 2011 - 1024 pages
Written for liberal arts students and based on the belief that learning to solve problems is the principal reason for studying mathematics, Karl Smith introduces students to ... | |
| Gerald L. Bradley, Karl J. Smith - Mathematics - 1999 - 472 pages
This book blends much of the best aspects of calculus reform with the reasonable goals and methodology of traditional calculus. Readers benefit from an innovative pedagogy and ... | |
| Bradley, Smith - Calculus - 1995 - 683 pages
Presents calculus development by integrating technology (with either graphing calculator or computer). The Computational Windows feature offers insights into how technological ... | |
| Karl Smith - Mathematics - 2008 - 672 pages
MATHEMATICS: ITS POWER AND UTILITY, 9e, combines a uniquely practical focus on real-world problem solving with a thorough and effective grounding in basic concepts and skills ... | |
| Karl J. Smith - Mathematics - 2005 - 224 pages
Written by author Karl Smith, the Student Survival and Solutions Manual provides "survival" hints as well as detailed and complete solutions to the odd-numbered exercises and ... | |
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