Best Mathematical Set Theory Books
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1. Timed Tests: Multiplication Math Drills, Practice 100 days of speed drills: Digits 0-12, Grades 3-5
Author: by Sujatha Lalgudi
Published at: Independently published (January 4, 2020)
On Sale for a Limited Time !! Get your copy today! Timed Tests: Multiplication Math DrillsMultiplication Practice Workbook, Reproducible Practice Problems, Digits 0-12, Grades 3-5, For KidsThis math practice workbook is organized in a progressively skill building way for kids to develop confidence in Multiplication for digits 0-12 starting with Step 1 : Multiplication Step 2 : Mixed Multiplication ProblemsWith 100+ pages of practice, your child will develop the muscle memory for Multiplication while also learning to do the sums quicker if they wish to challenge themselves.
Answer key is at the end of the book. Kids can use the 100 pages of timed tests to get confidence in Math (digits 0 – 12) The Book comes with:6400 Multiplication 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 Multiplication.
2. 2nd Grade Common Core Math: Daily Practice Workbook – Part I: Multiple Choice | 1000+ Practice Questions and Video Explanations | Argo Brothers (Common Core Math by ArgoPrep)
Author: by Argo Brothers
Published at: Argo Brothers Inc (January 5, 2019)
ArgoPrep is a recipient of the prestigious Mom’s Choice Award. ArgoPrep also received the 2019 Seal of Approval from Homeschool. Com for our award-winning workbooks. ArgoPrep was awarded the 2019 National Parenting Products Award and a Gold Medal Parent’s Choice Award. This book is your comprehensive workbook for 2nd Grade Common Core Math.
By practicing and mastering this entire workbook, your child will become very familiar and comfortable with the state math exam and common core standards. This 2nd Grade Common Core Math Workbook (Multiple Choice) includes:20 Weeks of Daily Multiple ChoiceWeekly AssessmentsState Aligned Common Core CurriculumEnd of Year Assessment This book has following topics covered:Week 1 – Reading and writing numbers using standard formWeek 2 – Comparing numbers to find which is greater or less than another numberWeek 3 – Adding single digit numbersWeek 4 – Subtracting single digit numbersWeek 5 – Even and Odd numbersWeek 6 – Using addition and subtraction to solve problemsWeek 7 – Adding and subtracting larger numbers from tables and modelsWeek 8 – Understanding place value to add and subtract large numbersWeek 9 – Finding different ways to add and subtract numbersWeek 10 – Reviewing what we know from weeks 1-9Middle Year AssessmentWeek 11 – Measuring objects using a rulerWeek 12 – Solving problems using measurementWeek 13 – Using number lines and number charts to find missing numbersWeek 14 – Telling and writing time using clocksWeek 15 – Counting moneyWeek 16 – Solving problems using line plotsWeek 17 – Solving problems using pictograms and bar modelsWeek 18 – Counting the number of sides and angles in shapesWeek 19 – Counting squares and finding equal parts of a shapeWeek 20 – Reviewing what we know from weeks 11-19End of Year AssessmentFor practice with Free Response questions, be sure to check out Part II of our workbook titled:2nd Grade Common Core Math: Daily Practice Workbook – Part II: Free Response | 1000+ Practice Questions and Video Explanations | Argo BrothersEach question is labeled with the specific common core standard so both parents and teachers can use this workbook for their student(s).
3. Math Notebook: 1/2 inch Square Graph paper pages and White Paper
Author: by Science and Math Books
Published at: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (August 6, 2017)
This Math notebook with 1/2 inch squares is a great book for problem solving and ideas. This book has 110 graph paper pages. The squares are 1/2 inch in size. Size of this book is extra large (8. 5 inches x 11 inches) and has a high quality soft cover.
Perfect for Kids, Teens and Adults.
4. Interview Math: Over 60 Problems and Solutions for Quant Case Interview Questions
Author: by Lewis C. Lin
Published at: Impact Interview (January 12, 2019)
“A gripping guide to the modern taming of the infinite.” New York TimesPart history, part philosophy, part love letter to the study of mathematics, Everything and More is an illuminating tour of infinity. With his infectious curiosity and trademark verbal pyrotechnics, David Foster Wallace takes us from Aristotle to Newton, Leibniz, Karl Weierstrass, and finally Georg Cantor and his set theory.
Through it all, Wallace proves to be an ideal guidefunny, wry, and unfailingly enthusiastic. Featuring an introduction by Neal Stephenson, this edition is a perfect introduction to the beauty of mathematics and the undeniable strangeness of the infinite.
6. Paradoxes: Guiding Forces in Mathematical Exploration
Author: by Hamza E. Alsamraee
Curious Math Publications (September 11, 2020)
A Riveting Account of Paradoxes and their Impact on Mathematics Does .999…=1? Can a sphere be reassembled into two identically sized spheres? Is the consistency of mathematical systems unprovable? Surprisingly, the answer to all of these questions is yes! And at the heart of each question, there lies paradox.
For millennia, paradoxes have shaped mathematics and guided mathematical progress. From the ancient paradoxes of Zeno to the modern paradoxes of Russell, paradoxes remind us of the constant need to revamp our mathematical understanding. It is for this reason that paradoxes are so important.
Paradoxes: Guiding Forces in Mathematical Exploration provides a survey of mathematical paradoxes spanning a wide variety of topics; delving into each paradox mathematically, philosophically, and historically. Readers will gain a full picture of how paradoxes have contributed to and guided the progress of mathematics in many ways.
Paradoxes also provides the reader with a robust argument for the inclusion of paradoxes in education. This is all presented in a way that is accessible to anyone with a high school background in mathematics! Entertaining and educational, this book will appeal to any reader looking for a mathematical and philosophical challenge.
7. Category Theory for the Sciences (The MIT Press)
Author: by David I. Spivak
Published at: The MIT Press; 1st edition (October 10, 2014)
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9. Advanced Engineering Mathematics
Author: by Dennis G. Zill
Published at: Jones & Bartlett Learning; 6th edition (September 14, 2016)
Modern and comprehensive, the new sixth edition of award-winning author, Dennis G. Zill’s Advanced Engineering Mathematics is a compendium of topics that are most often covered in courses in engineering mathematics, and is extremely flexible to meet the unique needs of courses ranging from ordinary differential equations, to vector calculus, to partial differential equations.
A key strength of this best-selling text is the author’s emphasis on differential equations as mathematical models, discussing the constructs and pitfalls of each. An accessible writing style and robust pedagogical aids guide students through difficult concepts with thoughtful explanations, clear examples, interesting applications, and contributed project problems.
New and Key Features: Enhanced – Available with WebAssign Online Homework and Grading System, which includes thousands of new problems for this edition NEW Chapters on differential equations include many new applications and problems NEW -Incorporates a new emphasis on integral-defined solutions of differential equations Updated – An updated design with new art and photos throughout the text provides an enhanced look and feel NEW Additional Remarks throughout the text provide added clarity to concepts presented in the chapter Student Favorite – Includes eight contributed applied project problems spread throughout the text, including an in-depth discussion of the mathematics and history of the Paris Guns of World War I Every new print copy includes access to the Navigate Student Companion Website where students will find a wealth of learning and study tools to help them succeed in their course, including: Projects and Applications contributed by experts in the field Two additional chapters on Probability and Statistics
10. Naive Set Theory (Dover Books on Mathematics)
Author: by Paul R. Halmos
Published at: Dover Publications; Reprint edition (April 19, 2017)
This classic by one of the twentieth century’s most prominent mathematicians offers a concise introduction to set theory. Suitable for advanced undergraduates and graduate students in mathematics, it employs the language and notation of informal mathematics. There are very few displayed theorems; most of the facts are stated in simple terms, followed by a sketch of the proof.
Only a few exercises are designated as such since the book itself is an ongoing series of exercises with hints. The treatment covers the basic concepts of set theory, cardinal numbers, transfinite methods, and a good deal more in 25 brief chapters.
“This book is a very specialized but broadly useful introduction to set theory. It is aimed at ‘the beginning student of advanced mathematics’ who wants to understand the set-theoretic underpinnings of the mathematics he already knows or will learn soon.
It is also useful to the professional mathematician who knew these underpinnings at one time but has now forgotten exactly how they go. A good reference for how set theory is used in other parts of mathematics.” Allen Stenger, The Mathematical Association of America, September 2011.
11. Set Theory And Its Philosophy: A Critical Introduction
Author: by Michael Potter
Published at: Oxford University Press, U.S.A.; 1st edition (April 13, 2006)
Michael Potter presents a comprehensive new philosophical introduction to set theory. Anyone wishing to work on the logical foundations of mathematics must understand set theory, which lies at its heart. What makes the book unique is that it interweaves a careful presentation of the technical material with a penetrating philosophical critique.
Potter does not merely expound the theory dogmatically but at every stage discusses in detail the reasons that can be offered for believing it to be true. Set Theory and its Philosophy is a key text for philosophy, mathematical logic, and computer science.
12. The Foundations of Mathematics
Author: by Ian Stewart
Published at: Oxford University Press; 2nd edition (May 1, 2015)
The transition from school mathematics to university mathematics is seldom straightforward. Students are faced with a disconnect between the algorithmic and informal attitude to mathematics at school, versus a new emphasis on proof, based on logic, and a more abstract development of general concepts, based on set theory.
The authors have many years’ experience of the potential difficulties involved, through teaching first-year undergraduates and researching the ways in which students and mathematicians think. The book explains the motivation behind abstract foundational material based on students’ experiences of school mathematics, and explicitly suggests ways students can make sense of formal ideas.
This second edition takes a significant step forward by not only making the transition from intuitive to formal methods, but also by reversing the process- using structure theorems to prove that formal systems have visual and symbolic interpretations that enhance mathematical thinking.
13. Complex Analysis: A First Course with Applications
Author: by Dennis G. Zill
Published at: Jones & Bartlett Learning; 3rd edition (October 4, 2013)
Complex Analysis: A First Course with Applications is a truly accessible introduction to the fundamental principles and applications of complex analysis. Designed for the undergraduate student with a calculus background but no prior experience with complex analysis, this text discusses the theory of the most relevant mathematical topics in a student-friendly manner.
With a clear and straightforward writing style, concepts are introduced through numerous examples, illustrations, and applications. Each section of the text contains an extensive exercise set containing a range of computational, conceptual, and geometric problems. In the text and exercises, students are guided and supported through numerous proofs providing them with a higher level of mathematical insight and maturity.
Each chapter contains a separate section devoted exclusively to the applications of complex analysis to science and engineering, providing students with the opportunity to develop a practical and clear understanding of complex analysis. New and Key Features: Clarity of exposition supported by numerous examples Extensive exercise sets with a mix of computational and conceptual problems Applications to science and engineering throughout the text New and revised problems and exercise sets throughout Portions of the text and examples have been revised or rewritten to clarify or expand upon the topics at hand The Mathematica syntax from the second edition has been updated to coincide with version 8 of the software.
14. Probability and Measure Theory
Author: by Robert B. Ash
Published at: Academic Press; 2nd edition (December 20, 1999)
Probability and Measure Theory, Second Edition, is a text for a graduate-level course in probability that includes essential background topics in analysis. It provides extensive coverage of conditional probability and expectation, strong laws of large numbers, martingale theory, the central limit theorem, ergodic theory, and Brownian motion.
15. Set Theory and Logic (Dover Books on Mathematics)
Author: by Robert R. Stoll
Published at: Dover Publications; Revised ed. edition (October 1, 1979)
Set Theory and Logic is the result of a course of lectures for advanced undergraduates, developed at Oberlin College for the purpose of introducing students to the conceptual foundations of mathematics. Mathematics, specifically the real number system, is approached as a unity whose operations can be logically ordered through axioms.
One of the most complex and essential of modern mathematical innovations, the theory of sets (crucial to quantum mechanics and other sciences), is introduced in a most careful concept manner, aiming for the maximum in clarity and stimulation for further study in set logic.
Contents include: Sets and Relations Cantor’s concept of a set, etc. Natural Number Sequence Zorn’s Lemma, etc. Extension of Natural Numbers to Real NumbersLogic the Statement and Predicate Calculus, etc. Informal Axiomatic MathematicsBoolean AlgebraInformal Axiomatic Set TheorySeveral Algebraic Theories Rings, Integral Domains, Fields, etc.
First-Order Theories Metamathematics, etc. Symbolic logic does not figure significantly until the final chapter. The main theme of the book is mathematics as a system seen through the elaboration of real numbers; set theory and logic are seen s efficient tools in constructing axioms necessary to the system.
16. Elements of Set Theory
Author: by Herbert B. Enderton
Published at: Academic Press; 1st edition (May 12, 1977)
This is an introductory undergraduate textbook in set theory. In mathematics these days, essentially everything is a set. Some knowledge of set theory is necessary part of the background everyone needs for further study of mathematics. It is also possible to study set theory for its own interest-it is a subject with intruiging results anout simple objects.
This book starts with material that nobody can do without. There is no end to what can be learned of set theory, but here is a beginning.