Best Number Systems Books
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1. BIG Letter Tracing for Preschoolers and Toddlers ages 2-4: Homeschool Preschool Learning Activities for 3 year olds (Big ABC Books)
Author: by Anastasia Stephen
Let’s make preschool learning easy Here we present you our big letter tracing workbook for kids ages 3-5…! We are aware of the fact that tracing letters and numbers for preschool kids can be a hard task, but this big ABC tracing book will surely do wonders for your toddler learning.
This book will be a valuable addition to your child’s preschool workbooks age 3 collection and to your homeschooling curriculum as it covers alphabet tracing, number tracing, and all basic shapes as well. There may be many toddler workbooks available, but we offer you quality learning activities for 3 year olds.
We know that kids love learning to write on their own, so don’t delay to get their hands on this preschool workbook. This alphabet tracing books for preschoolers has following features: Cute Cover DesignOne alphabets at a time on one page to introduce your kid with the shape of the each letter in detail.
Easy guideline and directional arrows to assist your toddler Perfectly sized at 8. 5″ x 11″ for kids who are learning to write for the first time. More than 125 Pages. Homeschool preschool activities with these abc books for toddlers 2-4 years, and start managing a tiny 3 year old workbook library for your little ones.
2. Quadrivium: The Four Classical Liberal Arts of Number, Geometry, Music, & Cosmology (Wooden Books)
Author: by Miranda Lundy
The quadrivium-the classical curriculum-comprises the four liberal arts of number, geometry, music, and cosmology. It was studied from antiquity to the Renaissance as a way of glimpsing the nature of reality. Geometry is number in space; music is number in time; and cosmology expresses number in space and time.
Number, music, and geometry are metaphysical truths: life across the universe investigates them; they foreshadow the physical sciences. Quadrivium is the first volume to bring together these four subjects in many hundreds of years. Composed of six successful titles in the Wooden Books series-Sacred Geometry, Sacred Number, Harmonograph, The Elements of Music, Platonic & Archimedean Solids, and A Little Book of Coincidence-it makes ancient wisdom and its astonishing interconnectedness accessible to us today.
Beautifully produced in six different colors of ink, Quadrivium will appeal to anyone interested in mathematics, music, astronomy, and how the universe works. Wooden Books was founded in 1999 by designer John Martineau near Hay-on-Wye. The aim was to produce a beautiful series of recycled books based on the classical philosophies, arts and sciences.
3. Timed Tests: Addition and Subtraction Math Drills, Practice 100 days of speed drills
Author: by Sujatha Lalgudi
On Sale for a Limited Time !! Get your copy today! Timed Tests: Addition and Subtraction Math DrillsAddition Subtraction Practice Workbook, Reproducible Practice Problems, Digits 0-20, Grades K-2, For Kids Ages 5-8This math practice workbook is organized in a progressively skill building way for kids to develop confidence in Addition & Subtraction for digits 0-20 starting with Step 1 : Addition Step 2 : SubtractionStep 3 : Addition & SubtractionWith 100+ pages of practice, your child will develop the muscle memory for Addition & Subtraction while also learning to do the sums quicker if they wish to challenge themselves.
There are no answer keys for these tests. Kids can use the 100 pages of timed tests to get confidence in Math (digits 0 – 20) There are additional bonus pages for students to try adding and subtracting larger numbers (digits 0 – 99). The answer key for the bonus pages are at the end of the book.
The Book comes with:6300 Addition and Subtraction problems to master. Premium cover designLarge size – 8. 5″ x 11″Buy today to help your child take their first steps confidently into the fun world of Addition and Subtraction.
4. Programming for Computations – Python: A Gentle Introduction to Numerical Simulations with Python 3.6 (Texts in Computational Science and Engineering Book 15)
Author: by Svein Linge
October 30, 2019
This book is published open access under a CC BY 4.0 license. This book presents computer programming as a key method for solving mathematical problems. This second edition of the well-received book has been extensively revised: All code is now written in Python version 3.
6 (no longer version 2.7). In addition, the two first chapters of the previous edition have been extended and split up into five new chapters, thus expanding the introduction to programming from 50 to 150 pages. Throughout the book, the explanations provided are now more detailed, previous examples have been modified, and new sections, examples and exercises have been added.
Also, a number of small errors have been corrected. The book was inspired by the Springer book TCSE 6: A Primer on Scientific Programming with Python (by Langtangen), but the style employed is more accessible and concise, in keeping with the needs of engineering students.
The book outlines the shortest possible path from no previous experience with programming to a set of skills that allows students to write simple programs for solving common mathematical problems with numerical methods in the context of engineering and science courses.
5. The Nashville Number System
Author: by Chas Williams
THE NASHVILLE NUMBER SYSTEM In the late 50’s, Neil Matthews devised a musical number system for the Jordanaires to use in the studio. Charlie McCoy and fellow studio musicians began adapting Matthews’ number system into chord charts. The Nashville Number System has evolved into a complete method of writing chord charts and melodies-combining Nashville shorthand with formal notation standards.
The Nashville Number System is 128 pages with a step by step method of how to write a Nashville number chart for any song. Included with each NNS book in Edition 10 is the cd download, “String Of Pearls”. This is a 10 song cd of instrumentals, including, Amazing Grace.
I walk you through the details of each song and explain the Number System tools used to write the charts. Now, while listening to the music, you can see and hear how Nashville number charts work. THE NASHVILLE NUMBER SYSTEM includes a collection of handwritten number charts for the songs on the album, String Of Pearls.
6. The Cryptoclub: Using Mathematics to Make and Break Secret Codes
Author: by Janet Beissinger
Join the Cryptokids as they apply basic mathematics to make and break secret codes. This book has many hands-on activities that have been tested in both classrooms and informal settings. Classic coding methods are discussed, such as Caesar, substitution, Vigenre, and multiplicative ciphers as well as the modern RSA.
Math topics covered include: – Addition and Subtraction with, negative numbers, decimals, and percentages – Factorization – Modular Arithmetic – Exponentiation – Prime Numbers – Frequency Analysis. The accompanying workbook, The Cryptoclub Workbook: Using Mathematics to Make and Break Secret Codes provides students with problems related to each section to help them master the concepts introduced throughout the book.
A PDF version of the workbook is available at no charge on the download tab, a printed workbook is available for $19.95 (K00701). The teacher manual can be requested from the publisher by contacting the Academic Sales Manager, Susie Carlisle
7. Numerical Optimization (Springer Series in Operations Research and Financial Engineering)
Author: by Jorge Nocedal
Optimization is an important tool used in decision science and for the analysis of physical systems used in engineering. One can trace its roots to the Calculus of Variations and the work of Euler and Lagrange. This natural and reasonable approach to mathematical programming covers numerical methods for finite-dimensional optimization problems.
It begins with very simple ideas progressing through more complicated concepts, concentrating on methods for both unconstrained and constrained optimization.
8. Lots of Fun Number Tracing Practice!: Learn numbers 0 to 20!
Author: by Handwriting Time
So much fun, they won’t know they’re learning! Essential number tracing practice for preschool and kindergarten.
9. Hacking: 4 Books in 1- Hacking for Beginners, Hacker Basic Security, Networking Hacking, Kali Linux for Hackers
Author: by Erickson Karnel
4 Manuscripts in 1 Book! Have you always been interested and fascinated by the world of hacking?? Do you wish to learn more about networking? Do you want to know how to protect your system from being compromised and learn about advanced security protocols?
If you want to understand how to hack from basic level to advanced, keep readingThis book set includes:Book 1) Hacking for Beginners: Step by Step Guide to Cracking codes discipline, penetration testing and computer virus. Learning basic security tools on how to ethical hack and growBook 2) Hacker Basic Security: Learning effective methods of security and how to manage the cyber risks.
Awareness program with attack and defense strategy tools. Art of exploitation in hacking. Book 3) Networking Hacking: Complete guide tools for computer wireless network technology, connections and communications system. Practical penetration of a network via services and hardware. Book 4) Kali Linux for Hackers: Computer hacking guide.
10. Song Charting Made Easy: A Play-Along Guide to the Nashville Number System (Play-along Guides)
Author: by Jim Riley
(Music Instruction). Here’s your personal introduction to the most versatile song charting system ever created, the Nashville Number System. Used for decades by the world’s top studio musicians, the Number system allows you to chart an entire song for the whole band on a single sheet of paper in about five minutes!
Whether you are a musician trying to break into the competitive world of session playing, a songwriter looking for a quick way to document your songs, or you’re just looking for a better way to communicate musically with your band, this system is exactly what you need.
The book includes access to online recordings of more than 90 musical examples recorded by some of the world’s best session musicians. They will guide you through the Number system from its basic concepts to the most intricate nuances. Along the way, you will have the opportunity to take what you have learned and jam along with fully-produced tracks that have been custom-mixed for guitar, keyboards, bass, and drums.
11. Can You Count in Greek?: Exploring Ancient Number Systems, Grades 5-8
Author: by Judy Leimbach
Discovering the way people in ancient cultures conducted their lives is fascinating for young people, and learning how these people counted and calculated is a part of understanding these cultures. This book offers a concise, but thorough, introduction to ancient number systems.
Students won’t just learn to count like the ancient Greeks; they’ll learn about the number systems of the Mayans, Babylonians, Egyptians, and Romans, as well as learning Hindu-Arabic cultures and quinary and binary systems. Symbols and rules regarding the use of the symbols in each number system are introduced and demonstrated with examples.
Activity pages provide problems for the students to apply their understanding of each system. Can You Count in Greek? Is a great resource for math, as well as a supplement for social studies units on ancient civilizations. This valuable resource builds understanding of place value, number theory, and reasoning.
It includes everything you need to easily incorporate these units in math or social studies classes. Whether you use all of the units or a select few, your students will gain a better understanding and appreciation of our number system.Grades 5-8
12. New Directions for Mental Health Services, Using Trauma Theory to Design Service Systems, No. 89 Spring 2001 (J-B MHS Single Issue Mental Health Services)
Author: by Maxine Harris
Mental health practitioners are becoming increasingly aware that they are encountering a very large number of men and women who are survivors of sexual and physical abuse. This volume identifies the essential elements necessary for a system to begin to integrate an understanding about trauma into its core service programs.
The fundamental elements of a trauma-informed system are identified and the necessary supports for bringing about system change are highlighted. The basic philosophy of trauma-informed practice is then examined across several specific service components: assessment and screening, inpatient treatment, residential services, addictions programming, and case management.
Modifications necessary to transform a current system into a trauma-informed system are discussed in great detail as well as the changing roles of consumers and providers. This is the 89th issue of the quarterly journal New Directions for Mental Health Services.
13. Number: The Language of Science
Author: by Tobias Dantzig
“Beyond doubt the most interesting book on the evolution of mathematics which has ever fallen into my hands.”Albert EinsteinNumber is an eloquent, accessible tour de force that reveals how the concept of number evolved from prehistoric times through the twentieth century.
Renowned professor of mathematics Tobias Dantzig shows that the development of mathfrom the invention of counting to the discovery of infinityis a profoundly human story that progressed by trying and erring, by groping and stumbling. He shows how commerce, war, and religion led to advances in math, and he recounts the stories of individuals whose breakthroughs expanded the concept of number and created the mathematics that we know today.
14. Functional Equations and How to Solve Them (Problem Books in Mathematics)
Author: by Christopher G. Small
Many books have been written on the theory of functional equations, but very few help readers solve functional equations in mathematics competitions and mathematical problem solving. This book fills that gap. Each chapter includes a list of problems associated with the covered material.
These vary in difficulty, with the easiest being accessible to any high school student who has read the chapter carefully. The most difficult will challenge students studying for the International Mathematical Olympiad or the Putnam Competition. An appendix provides a springboard for further investigation of the concepts of limits, infinite series and continuity.