A light hearted look at how calculus is relevant to society in a variety of contexts, the Calculus diaries is not intended to be a calculus text book. So do not expect lots of equations and solutions to your maths coursework! Rather the purpose is to introduce readers unfamiliar with calculus, encourage those who may have avoided it , and reassure people studying calculus of it's utility and wide scope. I feel this is achieved in an entertaining manner throughout, through the use of plenty of anecdotes and history of science facts.]]>

A light hearted look at how calculus is relevant to society in a variety of contexts, the Calculus diaries is not intended to be a calculus text book. So do not expect lots of equations and solutions to your maths coursework! Rather the purpose is to introduce readers unfamiliar with calculus, encourage those who may have avoided it , and reassure people studying calculus of it's utility and wide scope. I feel this is achieved in an entertaining manner throughout, through the use of plenty of anecdotes and history of science facts.]]>

This book appealed to me as I teach foundation-higher education maths, and run CPD courses for teachers. -So I was intrigued by its aim to “provide a rich portrait…of these emergent strategies in the professional development of mathematics teachers...and bridge the gap between theory and practice.' However I must stress that the volume should prove insightful to anyone with interests in mathematics or/and learning. Some of the more technical matters, particularly those regarding policy may feel somewhat obtuse to the casual reader. Though this is inevitable in discussions of education policies within one region or country, let alone globally. The editors have done well to cover such a breadth of scope, yet with enough detail to explain the various contexts of each nation covered, all concisely enough to be contained in one book.]]>

This book appealed to me as I teach foundation-higher education maths, and run CPD courses for teachers. -So I was intrigued by its aim to “provide a rich portrait…of these emergent strategies in the professional development of mathematics teachers...and bridge the gap between theory and practice.' However I must stress that the volume should prove insightful to anyone with interests in mathematics or/and learning. Some of the more technical matters, particularly those regarding policy may feel somewhat obtuse to the casual reader. Though this is inevitable in discussions of education policies within one region or country, let alone globally. The editors have done well to cover such a breadth of scope, yet with enough detail to explain the various contexts of each nation covered, all concisely enough to be contained in one book.]]>

The definitive guide to calendars Reingold and Dershowitz present a comprehensive review of calendars, and it is suitable for all people having an appreciation for mathematics or/and history. ]]>

The definitive guide to calendars Reingold and Dershowitz present a comprehensive review of calendars, and it is suitable for all people having an appreciation for mathematics or/and history. ]]>

Following on from his popular book ‘Quantum Finance’ of 2004, Professor Belal E Baaquie presents, -His intriguing thesis that the economic crisis of 2008 has shown that the capital markets need new theoretical and mathematical concepts to describe and price financial instruments. Professor Baaquie uses ‘quantum’ as a metaphor to imply the use of the mathematical and theoretical concepts underpinning quantum mechanics and quantum field theory, to analyse and studying finance, clarifying that there is no Planck's constant in quantum finance. The book does not seek to re-work financial principles themselves, rather to use theoretical physics methods to address finance, with a particularly focus on debt markets, that is, interests rates, and coupon bonds.]]>

Following on from his popular book ‘Quantum Finance’ of 2004, Professor Belal E Baaquie presents, -His intriguing thesis that the economic crisis of 2008 has shown that the capital markets need new theoretical and mathematical concepts to describe and price financial instruments. Professor Baaquie uses ‘quantum’ as a metaphor to imply the use of the mathematical and theoretical concepts underpinning quantum mechanics and quantum field theory, to analyse and studying finance, clarifying that there is no Planck's constant in quantum finance. The book does not seek to re-work financial principles themselves, rather to use theoretical physics methods to address finance, with a particularly focus on debt markets, that is, interests rates, and coupon bonds.]]>

Robin ravi gajria ima mathematics today review 6 regression modelling with acturial and financial applications]]>

Robin ravi gajria ima mathematics today review 6 regression modelling with acturial and financial applications]]>

Robin ravi gajria ima mathematics today review 5 mathematics and music]]>

Robin ravi gajria ima mathematics today review 5 mathematics and music]]>

My seventh review on the structure of complex networks]]>

My seventh review on the structure of complex networks]]>

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