Mathematical Ideas | 12th Edition
AUTHOR: Miller, Charles and Heeren, Vern
PUBLISHER: Addison Wesley
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Mathematical Ideas captures the interest of non-majors who take the Liberal Arts Math course by showing how mathematics plays an important role in scenes from popular movies and television. By incorporating John Hornsby's "Math Goes to Hollywood" approach into chapter openers, margin notes, examples, exercises, and resources, this text makes it easy to weave this engaging theme into your course.
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PUBLICATION DATE: 3/1/2011