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|Publication Year:||2015||Title:||Methods of Solving Nonstandard Problems|
|ISBN:||9783319198866||Author:||Ellina Grigorieva (author)|
|This book, written by an accomplished female mathematician, is the second to explore nstandard mathematical problems - those that are t directly solved by standard mathematical methods but instead rely on insight and the synthesis of a variety of mathematical ideas. It promotes mental activity as well as greater mathematical skills, and is an ideal resource for successful preparation for the mathematics Olympiad. Numerous strategies and techniques are presented that can be used to solve intriguing and challenging problems of the type often found in competitions. The author uses a friendly, n-intimidating approach to emphasize connections between different fields of mathematics and often proposes several different ways to attack the same problem. Topics covered include functions and their properties, polymials, trigometric and transcendental equations and inequalities, optimization, differential equations, nlinear systems, and word problems. Over 360 problems are included with hints, answers, and detailed solutions. Methods of Solving Nonstandard Problems will interest high school and college students, whether they are preparing for a math competition or looking to improve their mathematical skills, as well as anyone who enjoys an intellectual challenge and has a special love for mathematics. Teachers and college professors will be able to use it as an extra resource in the classroom to augment a conventional course of instruction in order to stimulate abstract thinking and inspire original thought.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||216941828|
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|Place of Publication||Basel|
|Content Note||9 Black & White Illustrations, 2 Colour Illustrations, 5 Black & White Tables, Biography|
|Author Biography||Ellina Grigorieva, Phd, Is Professor of Mathematics AT Texas Women's University, Denton, Tx, USA|
|Country of Publication||Switzerland|
|Subject||Education & Teaching|
|Date of Publication||17/09/2015|
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