| John Tabak - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2009 - 208 pages
Examines the history, technology, science, environmental, and social implications associated with the developing ways of using wind and water power as sources of energy. | |
| John Tabak - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2009 - 206 pages
Examines the history, technology, science, environmental, and social implications associated with developing and harnessing solar and geothermal energy. | |
| John Tabak - Biomass energy - 2009 - 204 pages
Discusses different types of biofuels, the science behind their production, the implications of widespread use of biofuels on the environment and on the economy, especially any ... | |
| John Tabak - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2009 - 206 pages
Explores the future of nuclear power as a source of energy, discussing the pros and cons of its use, how it works, the history of its use, and new developments. | |
| John Tabak - Mathematics - 2009 - 241 pages
Presents a survey of the history and evolution of mathematics, including how it has become the basis and language of the sciences. | |
| John Tabak - Counting - 2009 - 241 pages
Presents a survey of the history and evolution of the use of numbers and numerical quantities by different civilizations around the world. | |
| John Tabak - Algebra - 2009 - 241 pages
Presents a survey of the history and evolution of the branch of mathematics that focuses on algebra, including useful applications and notable mathematicians in this area. | |
| John Tabak - Mathematical statistics - 2009 - 241 pages
Presents a survey of the history and evolution of the branch of mathematics that focuses on probability and statistics, including useful applications and notable mathematicians ... | |
| John Tabak - Geometry - 2009 - 241 pages
Presents a survey of the history and evolution of the branch of mathematics labeled geometry, including useful applications and notable mathematicians in this area. | |
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