Professional baseball players rely on their managers' math skills to win baseball games. A game made of statistics, baseball requires that everyone involved be aware of how math can affect the outcome of the game--from which order players should bat to the chances of winning a game when one is losing. How Baseball Managers Use Math reveals how baseball managers use math to calculate scores and create game strategies. Concepts and skills emphasized include: Number Sense and Operations Problem Solving Estimation Measurement Data Analysis Algebraic Thinking Geometry and Spatial Sense.
John C. Bertoletti is a writer and educator. Rhea A. Stewart , M.A., Specialist in Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education
John C. Bertoletti, Rhea A. Stewart
Chelsea House Publishers
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School Textbooks & Study Guides: Maths, Science & Technical