Kelvin Smith Library celebrates scholarship at Case Western Reserve University by recognizing faculty authors in the Case School of Engineering, College of Arts and Sciences, and the Weatherhead School of Management who have written or edited books.
Math On File(TM): Algebra is an invaluable resource to supplement classroom instruction in a core area of the mathematics curriculum-algebra. The volume provides approximately 50 engaging problem sets, ranging from simple to challenging, that are appropriate for group work in class or individual out-of-class assignments. Covers a Wide Range of Levels and Topics Designed to support NCTM (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics) standards, this accessible volume emphasizes the systemic development of algebra skills. Opening the volume are a general introduction and an instructions for teachers section. All exercises include an introduction, as well as text and diagrams that fully articulate the ideas, and they span elementary beginning algebra to precalculus topics and modern mathematics. Subjects range from arithmetic series, balancing equations, and developing empirical laws to algebraic inequalities and interval notation, math games with numbers, statistics in practice, and parabolic motion. The exercises are all reproducible and easy to distribute for classroom use. Sections include: Basic Number Manipulations Basic Algebraic Manipulations Functions Graphing Patterns Data.
Math On File[trademark]: Geometry is a classroom resource designed to supplement the study of geometry - a core area of the high school mathematics curriculum. The problem sets cover core, remedial, and enriched material so that all levels of students can find appropriately challenging and rewarding topics to work with as they gain functional, mathematical literacy. In Four Major Sections: Two- and three-dimensional shapes and their properties; Spatial relationships using coordinate geometry and other representations; Transformations and symmetry; Visualization, spatial reasoning, and geometric modeling.
Curriculum-based content for Calculus classrooms Math On File(TM): Calculus is an essential classroom resource designed to supplement the study of calculus a core area of the advanced mathematics curriculum. It provides a sequence of 60 to 70 problem sets, ranging from simple to challenging, covering core, remedial, and enriched material so that all levels of calculus students can find appropriately challenging and rewarding materials to work with as they develop their math skills. Broad coverage and logical organization Presented in a simple and efficient style, Math On File(TM): Calculus organizes the text and illustrations into five sections that correspond to the NCTM (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics) standards, emphasizing the development of strong mathematical skills and understanding. Sections include: Limits of functions Sequences and limits Derivatives of functions Integrals of functions Analysis of mathematical and real-world situations using calculus.