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 Farlow, Stanley J., 1937 author.
 Hoboken, NJ, USA : Wiley, 2020.
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 Preface vii Possible Beneficial Audiences ix Wow Factors of the Book x Chapter by Chapter (the nittygritty) xi Note to the Reader xiii About the Companion Website xiv
 Chapter 1 Logic and Proofs 1 1.1 Sentential Logic 3 1.2 Conditional and Biconditional Connectives 24 1.3 Predicate Logic 38 1.4 Mathematical Proofs 51 1.5 Proofs in Predicate Logic 71 1.6 Proof by Mathematical Induction 83
 Chapter 2 Sets and Counting 95 2.1 Basic Operations of Sets 97 2.2 Families of Sets 115 2.3 Counting: The Art of Enumeration 125 2.4 Cardinality of Sets 143 2.5 Uncountable Sets 156 2.6 Larger Infinities and the ZFC Axioms 167
 Chapter 3 Relations 179 3.1 Relations 181 3.2 Order Relations 195 3.3 Equivalence Relations 212 3.4 The Function Relation 224 3.5 Image of a Set 242
 Chapter 4 The Real and Complex Number Systems 255 4.1 Construction of the Real Numbers 257 4.2 The Complete Ordered Field: The Real Numbers 269 4.3 Complex Numbers 281
 Chapter 5 Topology 299 5.1 Introduction to Graph Theory 301 5.2 Directed Graphs 321 5.3 Geometric Topology 334 5.4 PointSet Topology on the Real Line 349
 Chapter 6 Algebra 367 6.1 Symmetries and Algebraic Systems 369 6.2 Introduction to the Algebraic Group 385 6.3 Permutation Groups 403 6.4 Subgroups: Groups Inside a Group 419 6.5 Rings and Fields 433 Index 443.
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 Andreescu, Titu, 1956 author.
 First edition.  Hoboken, NJ : JosseyBass, a Wiley Brand [2020]
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 Book — xix, 267 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
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"Awesome Math builds on the popular growth mindset by focusing on teambased problem solving. Applying a problemsolving approach to the education process develops the skills necessary to think critically, creatively, and collaboratively. This book will help teachers and educators form lifelong communities for their students that will expose them to the collaborators they can network with in the future. Students need to move beyond the calculus trap and study the areas of mathematics most of them will need in the modern world and problem solving is an efficient vehicle to get them where they need to go. The book will cover: curiosity; critical thinking, and creativity; getting into the mathemize mindset; coaching mathletes and thinkers; math as a team sport; developing a community through problem solving; creating lesson plans; identifying and developing resources" Provided by publisher.
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 Singapore ; Hackensack, NJ : World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd., [2020]
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The two volumes of Engaging Young Students in Mathematics through Competitions present a wide scope of aspects relating to mathematics competitions and their meaning in the world of mathematical research, teaching and entertainment.Volume I contains a wide variety of fascinating mathematical problems of the type often presented at mathematics competitions as well as papers by an international group of authors involved in problem development, in which we can get a sense of how such problems are created in various specialized areas of competition mathematics as well as recreational mathematics.It will be of special interest to anyone interested in solving original mathematics problems themselves for enjoyment to improve their skills. It will also be of special interest to anyone involved in the area of problem development for competitions, or just for recreational purposes.The various chapters were written by the participants of the 8th Congress of the World Federation of National Mathematics Competitions in Austria in 2018.
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 Smith, Margaret Schwan, author.
 Thousand Oaks, California : Corwin, a SAGE company ; [Reston, VA] : NCTM/National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, [2020]
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 Book — xxx, 205 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 26 cm
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 List of Video Clips Foreword by Dan Meyer Preface
 Chapter 1: Introduction The Five Practices in Practice: An Overview Purpose and Content Classroom Video Context Meet the Teachers Using This Book Norms for Video Viewing Getting Started!
 Chapter 2: Setting Goals and Selecting Tasks Part One: Unpacking the Practice: Setting Goals and Selecting Tasks Specifying the Learning Goal Identifying a HighLevel Task That Aligns With the Goal Tara Tyus' Attention to Key Questions: Setting Goals and Selecting Tasks Part Two: Challenges Teachers Face: Setting Goals and Selecting Tasks Identifying Learning Goals Identifying a DoingMathematics Task Adapting an Existing Task Finding a Task in Another Resource Creating a Task Ensuring Alignment Between Task and Goals Launching a Task to Ensure Student Access Launching a TaskAnalysis Conclusion
 Chapter 3: Anticipating Student Responses Part One: Unpacking the Practice: Anticipating Student Responses Getting Inside the Problem Getting Inside a ProblemAnalysis Planning to Respond to Student Thinking Planning to Notice Student Thinking Tara Tyus' Attention to Key Questions: Anticipating Part Two: Challenges Teachers Face: Anticipating Student Responses Moving Beyond the Way YOU Solved the Problem Being Prepared to Help Students Who Cannot Get Started Creating Questions That Move Students Toward the Mathematical Goal Conclusion
 Chapter 4: Monitoring Student Work Part One: Unpacking the Practice: Monitoring Student Work Tracking Student Thinking Assessing Student Thinking Exploring Student ProblemSolving ApproachesAnalysis Assessing Student ThinkingAnalysis Advancing Student Thinking Advancing Student Thinking, Part OneAnalysis Advancing Student Thinking, Part TwoAnalysis Tara Tyus' Attention to Key Questions: Monitoring Part Two: Challenges Teachers Face: Monitoring Student Work Trying to Understand What Students Are Thinking Determining What Students Are Thinking, Part OneAnalysis Determining What Students Are Thinking, Part TwoAnalysis Keeping Track of Group Progress Following Up With StudentsAnalysis Involving All Members of a Group Holding All Students AccountableAnalysis Conclusion
 Chapter 5: Selecting and Sequencing Student Solutions Part One: Unpacking the Practice: Selecting and Sequencing Student Solutions Identifying Student Work to Highlight Selecting Student SolutionsAnalysis Purposefully Selecting Individual Presenters Establishing a Coherent Storyline Ms. Tyus' Attention to Key Questions: Selecting and Sequencing Part Two: Challenges Teacher Face: Selecting and Sequencing Student Solutions Selecting Only Solutions Relevant to Learning Goals Selecting Solutions That Highlight Key IdeasAnalysis Expanding Beyond the Usual Presenters Deciding What Work to Share When the Majority of Students Were Not Able to Solve the Task and Your Initial Goal No Longer Seems Obtainable Moving Forward When a Key Strategy Is Not Produced by Students Determining How to Sequence Errors, Misconceptions, and/or Incomplete Solutions Conclusion
 Chapter 6: Connecting Student Solutions Part One: Unpacking the Practice: Connecting Student Solutions Connecting Student Work to the Goals of the Lesson Connecting Student Work to the Goals of Lesson Part OneAnalysis Connecting Student Work to the Goals of Lesson Part TwoAnalysis Connecting Student Work to the Goals of Lesson Part ThreeAnalysis Connecting Different Solutions to Each Other Connecting Different Solutions to Each OtherAnalysis Ms. Tyus' Attention to Key Questions: Connecting Part Two: Challenges Teachers Face: Connecting Student Responses Keeping the Entire Class Engaged and Accountable During Individual Presentations Holding Students AccountableAnalysis Ensuring That Key Mathematical Ideas are Made Public and Remain the Focus Making Key Ideas PublicAnalysis Making Sure That You Do Not Take Over the Discussion and Do The Explaining Running Out of Time Running Out of TimeAnalysis Conclusion
 Chapter 7: Looking Back and Looking Ahead Why Use the Five Practices Model Getting Started with the Five Practices Plan Lessons Collaboratively Observe and Debrief Lessons Reflect on Your Lesson Video Clubs Organize a Book Study Explore Additional Resources Frequency and Timing of Use of the Five Practices Model Conclusion Resources Appendix AWebbased Resources for Tasks and Lesson Plans Appendix BMonitoring Chart Appendix CMs. Tyus' Monitoring Chart Appendix DResources for Holding Students Accountable Appendix ELessonPlanning Template.
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QA135.6 .S56513 2020  Unknown 
 New Jersey : World Scientific, [2020]
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This groundbreaking anthology is a collection of accounts from leaders in mathematical outreach initiatives. The experiences range from prison education programs to alternative urban and Indian reservation classrooms across the United States, traversing the planet from the Americas to Africa, Asia, and the Indian subcontinent. Their common theme is the need to share meaningful and beautiful mathematics with disenfranchised communities across the globe.Through these stories, the authors share their educational philosophy, personal experiences, and student outcomes. They incorporate anecdotal vignettes since research articles in mathematics education often exclude them. The inclusion of these stories is an element that adds immeasurable value to the larger narratives they tell.
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 Danesi, Marcel, 1946 author.
 First edition  Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2020
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 1: The Pythagorean Theorem: The Birth of Mathematics
 2: Prime Numbers: The DNA of Mathematics
 3: Zero: PlaceHolder and Peculiar Number
 4: Pi: A Ubiquitous and Strange Number
 5: Exponents: Notation and Discovery
 6: e: A Very Special Number
 7: i: Imaginary Numbers
 8: Infinity: A Counterintuitive and Paradoxical Idea
 9: Decidability: The Foundations of Mathematics
 10: The Algorithm: Mathematics and Computers.
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 Blackburn, Barbara R., 1961 author.
 New York, NY : Routledge, 2020.
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 Book — xv, 178 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm
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"Learn how to incorporate rigorous activities in your math or science classroom and help students reach higher levels of learning. Expert educators and consultants Barbara R. Blackburn and Abbigail Armstrong offer a practical framework for understanding rigor and provide specialized examples for elementary math and science teachers. Topics covered include: Creating a rigorous environment, High expectations , Support and scaffolding, Demonstration of learning, Assessing student progress, Collaborating with colleagues The book comes with classroomready tools, offered in the book and as free eResources on our website at www.routledge.com/9780367343194" Provided by publisher.
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QA135.5 .B537 2020  Unavailable On order Request 
 New York : Routledge, 2020.
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 Book — xxi, 222 pages ; 23 cm
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 Section I: STEM in Early Childhood Environments
 1. Science in Early Learning Environments
 Karen Worth
 2. Technology and Young Children: Processes, Context, Research, and Practice
 Lynn C. Hartle
 3. Engineering in Early Learning Environments
 Demetra Evangelou & Aikaterini Bagiati
 4. Mathematics in Early Learning Environments
 Douglas H. Clements and Julie Sarama
 Section II: STEM and Higher Order Thinking Skills
 5. Designing an Assessment of Computational Thinking Abilities for Young Children
 Emily Relkin & Marina Umaschi Bers
 6. Engaging Young Children in Engineering Design: Encouraging them to Think, Create, Try and Try Again
 Pamela S. LotteroPerdue
 7. Tinkering/Making: Playful Roots of Interest in STEM
 Olga S. Jarrett & Aliya Jafre
 Section III: STEM Beyond the Classroom
 8. Early STEM Experiences in Museums
 Gina Navoa Svarovsky
 9. Blockspot (R): A Supportive STEM Learning Community
 Janet Emmons & Lynn E. Cohen
 10. STEM in Outdoor Learning: Rooted in Nature
 Monica WiedelLubinski.
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 Garcia, Stephan Ramon, author.
 Providence, Rhode Island : American Mathematical Society, [2019]
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 Book — xiii, 581 pages ; 26 cm
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 1913. Paul Erdos
 1914. Martin Gardner
 1915. General relativity and the absolute differential calculus
 1916. Ostrowski's theorem
 1917. Morse theory, but really Cantor
 1918. Georg Cantor
 1919. Brun's theorem
 1920. Waring's problem
 1921. Mordell's theorem
 1922. Lindeberg condition
 1923. The circle method
 1924. The BanachTarski paradox
 1925. The Schrodinger equation
 1926. Ackermann's function
 1927. William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition
 1928. Random matrix theory
 1929. Godel's incompleteness theorems
 1930. Ramsey theory
 1931. The ergodic theorem
 1932. The $3x+1$ problem
 1933. Skewes's number
 1934. Khinchin's constant
 1935. Hilbert's seventh problem
 1936. Alan Turing
 1937. Vinogradov's theorem
 1938. Benford's law
 1939. The power of positive thinking
 1940. A mathematician's apology
 1941. The Foundation triology
 1942. Zeros of $\zeta(s)$
 1943. Breaking Enigma
 1944. Theory of games and economic behavior
 1945. The Riemann hypothesis in function fields
 1946. Monte Carlo method
 1947. The simplex method
 1948. Elementary proof of the prime number theorem
 1949. Beurling's theorem
 1950. Arrow's impossibility theorem
 1951. Tennenbaum's proof of the irrationality of $\sqrt{2}$
 1952. NSA founded
 1953. The Metropolis algorithm
 1954. KolmogorovArnoldMoser theorem
 1955. Roth's theorem
 1956. The GAGA principle
 1957. The Ross program
 1958. Smale's paradox
 1959. $QR$ decomposition
 1960. The unreasonable effectiveness of mathematics
 1961. Lorenz's nonperiodic flow
 1962. The GaleShapely algorithm and the stable marriage problem
 1963. Continuum hypothesis
 1964. Principles of mathematical analayis
 1965. Fast Fourier transform
 1966. Class number one problem
 1967. The Langlands program
 1968. AtiyahSinger index theorem
 1969. Erdos numbers
 1970. Hilbert's tenth problem
 1971. Society for American Baseball Research
 1972. Zaremba's conjecture
 1973. Transcendence of $e$ centennial
 1974. Rubik's Cube
 1975. Szemeredi's theorem
 1976. Four color theorem
 1977. RSA encryption
 1978. Mandlebrot set
 1979. TeX
 1980. Hilbert's third problem
 1981. The MasonStothers theorem
 1982. Two envelopes problem
 1983. Julia Robinson
 1984. 1984
 1985. The Jones polynomial
 1986. Sudokus and Look and Say
 1987. Primes, the zeta function, randomness, and physics
 1988. Mathematica
 1989. PROMYS
 1990. The Monty Hall problem
 1991. arXiv
 1992. Monstrous moonshine
 1993. The 15theorem
 1994. AIM
 1995. Fermat's last theorem
 1996. Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search (GIMPS)
 1997. The Nobel Prize of Merton and Scholes
 1998. The Kepler conjecture
 1999. Baire category theorem
 2000. R
 2001. Colin Hughes founds Project Euler
 2002. PRIMES in P
 2003. Poincare conjecture
 2004. Primes in arithmetic progression
 2005. William Stein developed Sage
 2006. The strong perfect graph theorem
 2007. Flatland
 2008. 100th anniversary of the $t$test
 2009. 100th anniversary of Brouwer's fixedpoint theorem
 2010. Carmichael numbers
 2011. 100th anniversary of Egorov's theorem
 2012. National Museum of Mathematics Index of people Index.
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QA27 .U5 G37 2019  Available 
 National Conference on Mathematical Techniques and Applications (11th : 2019 : Chennai, India)
 [Melville, New York] : AIP Publishing, 2019.
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 Book — 1 online resource : illustrations (some color). Digital: text file.
11. 2017 MATRIX Annals [2019]
 Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2019]
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 Book — 1 online resource Digital: text file; PDF.
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 Intro; Preface; Hypergeometric Motives and CalabiYau Differential Equations; Computational Inverse Problems; Integrability in LowDimensional Quantum Systems; Elliptic Partial Differential Equations of Second Order: Celebrating 40 Years of Gilbarg and Trudinger's Book; Combinatorics, Statistical Mechanics, and Conformal Field Theory; Mathematics of Risk; Tutte Centenary Retreat; Geometric RMatrices: From Geometry to Probability; Contents; Part I Refereed Articles; A MetropolisHastingsWithinGibbs Sampler for Nonlinear HierarchicalBayesian Inverse Problems; 1 Introduction
 2 The RandomizeThenOptimize Proposal Density3 RTOMetropolisHastings and Its Embedding Within Hiererichical Gibbs; 3.1 RTOMHWithinHierarchical Gibbs; 4 Numerical Experiment; 5 Conclusions; References; Sequential Bayesian Inference for Dynamical Systems Using the Finite Volume Method; 1 Introduction; 1.1 A Stylized Problem; 2 Sequential Bayesian Inference for Dynamical Systems; 2.1 The FrobeniusPerron Operator is a PDE; 3 Finite Volume Solver; 4 ContinuousTime FrobeniusPerron Operator and Convergence of the FVM Approximation; 5 Computed Examples
 5.1 FVF Tracking of a Pendulum from Measured Force6 Conclusions; References; Correlation Integral Likelihood for Stochastic Differential Equations; 1 Introduction; 2 Background; 2.1 Likelihood via Filtering; 2.2 Correlation Integral Likelihood; 3 Numerical Experiments; 3.1 OrnsteinUhlenbeck with Modification for Dynamics; 3.2 Stochastic Chaos; 4 Conclusions; References; A Set Optimization Technique for Domain Reconstruction from SingleMeasurement Electrical Impedance Tomography Data; 1 Introduction; 2 The Convex Source Support in Electrical Impedance Tomography
 3 An Optimization Problem in Kc(Rd)4 Galerkin Approximations to Kc(R2); 5 Gradients of Functions on GA; 6 A First Numerical Simulation; References; Local Volatility Calibration by Optimal Transport; 1 Introduction; 2 Optimal Transport; 3 Formulation; 3.1 The Martingale Problem; 3.2 Augmented Lagrangian Approach; 4 Numerical Method; 5 Numerical Results; 6 Summary; References; Likelihood Informed Dimension Reduction for Remote Sensing of Atmospheric Constituent Profiles; 1 Introduction; 2 Methodology; 2.1 Bayesian Formulation of the Inverse Problem; 2.2 Prior Reduction
 2.3 LikelihoodInformed Subspace3 Results; 4 Conclusions; References; Wider Contours and Adaptive Contours; 1 Introduction; 2 Three Fundamental Models; 2.1 Monomolecular, Bimolecular and Trimolecular Models; 3 Pseudospectra Are Important for Stochastic Processes; 4 A MittagLeffler Stochastic Simulation Algorithm; 5 Computing a MittagLeffler Matrix Function; 5.1 Computing Contour Integrals; 5.2 Estimating the Field of Values; 6 Conclusion; References; Bayesian Point Set Registration; 1 Introduction; 2 Problem Statement and Statistical Model; 2.1 Bayesian Formulation
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 International Conference on Computing, Mathematics and Engineering Technologies (2nd : 2019 : Sukkur, Pakistan)
 [Piscataway, New Jersey] : [IEEE], [2019?]
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 Book — 1 online resource (various pagings) : illustrations (some color) Digital: text file.
 Innovation and Analytics Conference and Exhibition (4th : 2019 : Kedah, Malaysia)
 [Melville, New York] : AIP Publishing, 2019.
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 Book — 1 online resource : illustrations (some color). Digital: text file.
 Smith, Margaret Schwan, author.
 Thousand Oaks, California : Corwin : National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, [2019]
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 Book — xxix, 194 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm
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 Setting goals and selecting tasks
 Anticipating student responses
 Monitoring student work
 Selecting and sequencing student solutions
 Connecting student solutions
 Looking back and looking ahead.
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15. The Abel Prize 20132017 [2019]
 Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2019.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xi, 774 pages) : illustrations (some color)
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 Intro; Preface; Contents; Part I 2013 Pierre Deligne; Mathematical Autobiography; Definition of Mixed Hodge Structures; Definition of Shimura Varieties; Morphisms Between Motives; Conjectures on Critical Zeta Values; Relations Between Multizeta Values; Pierre Deligne: A Poet of Arithmetic Geometry; 1 Foundational Work: Topology, Homological Algebra, Étale Cohomology; 1.1 General Topology; 1.2 Spectral Sequences; Degeneration and Decomposition in the Derived Category; Décalage of Filtrations; 1.3 Cohomological Descent; 1.4 Duality and Finiteness Theorems in Étale Cohomology; Global Duality
 Derived FunctorsDiagram Compatibilities; The Functors Rf! and Rf!; Picard Stacks and Geometric Class Field Theory; Symmetric Künneth Formula; Finiteness; 2 Algebraic Stacks; 2.1 DeligneMumford Stacks; 2.2 Moduli of Curves of Genus ≥2; 2.3 Moduli of Elliptic Curves; Generalized Elliptic Curves and Compactifications; Reduction mod p; 3 Differential Equations, de Rham Cohomology; 3.1 The Canonical Extension and Hilbert's 21st Problem; The Curve Case; Higher Dimension: The RiemannHilbert Correspondence; 3.2 Bettide Rham Comparison Theorems; 3.3 Crystalline Cohomology; Discontinuous Crystals
 Liftings of K3 Surfaces, Canonical CoordinatesThe de RhamWitt Complex; 3.4 Irregular Connections; 3.5 Monodromy of the Hypergeometric Equation, Lattices; 4 Hodge Theory; 4.1 Hodge I; 4.2 Hodge II and Hodge III; Homological Algebra Infrastructure; Mixed Hodge Theory; The Fixed Part and Semisimplicity Theorems; 1Motives; The du Bois Complex; Hodge Theory and Rational Homotopy; 4.3 Shimura Varieties; Axiomatization of Shimura Varieties; Canonical Models; 4.4 Absolute Hodge Cycles; 4.5 Deligne Cohomology; Link with the Hodge Conjecture and Intermediate Jacobians; Link with the Tame Symbol
 Link with Mixed Hodge Structures and Regulators4.6 Liftings mod p2 and Hodge Degeneration; 4.7 The Hodge Locus; 5 The Weil Conjectures; 5.1 The Zeta Function of a Variety Over a Finite Field; Basic Definitions; Statement of the Weil Conjectures; Grothendieck's Trace Formula; 5.2 A False Good Plan: Grothendieck's Standard Conjectures; 5.3 Partial Results Using Hodge Theory; K3 Surfaces; Complete Intersections of Hodge Level ≤1; 5.4 Integrality and Independence of; Integrality; Independence of l; 5.5 Weil I; 5.6 Weil II; Mixed Sheaves, Statement of the Main Theorem; Ingredients of the Proof
 First ApplicationsExponential Sums; 5.7 The Adic Fourier Transform; Definition and First Properties; Laumon's Contribution and Applications; 5.8 Perverse Sheaves; tStructures; Perverse Sheaves in the Étale Setting; The Purity and Decomposition Theorems; Consequences Over C; 5.9 Recent Results; A Finiteness Theorem; Counting Lisse Adic Sheaves; 6 Modular and Automorphic Forms; 6.1 Construction of Adic Representations; 6.2 The WeilDeligne Group; 6.3 Local Constants of LFunctions; Construction of Local Constants; The Case of Function Fields; Additional Results
 United States. Congress. House. Committee on Science, Space, and Technology (2011), author.
 Washington : U.S. Government Publishing Office, 2019.
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 Book — 1 online resource (iv, 183 pages) : illustrations
 United States. Congress. House. Committee on Science, Space, and Technology (2011), author.
 Washington : U.S. Government Publishing Office, 2019.
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 Book — iv, 183 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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 Kreisberg, Hilary, 1988 author.
 Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield, [2019]
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 Book — xii, 197 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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 Acknowledgments Introduction
 Chapter 1: Why is Math Taught Differently than When I Learned it?
 Chapter 2: Mindset
 Chapter 3: Early Numeracy
 Chapter 4: Tell me in Layman's Terms: Speaking the Educational Jargon
 Chapter 5: Understanding Whole Number Addition & Subtraction
 Chapter 6: Understanding Whole Number Multiplication & Division
 Chapter 7: Fractions
 Chapter 8: Preparing Students for the Future: Beyond Elementary Mathematics
 Chapter 9: What You Can Do at Home Conclusion Glossary About the Authors.
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QA135.6 .K74 2019  Unknown 
 New York, NY : Springer, [2019]
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 Introduction. Ethics and the Continuum Hypothesis (J.R. Brown). How to Generate All Possible Rational WilfZeilberger Pairs (S. Chen). Backward Error Analysis for Perturbation Methods (R.M. Corless, N. Fillion). Proof Verification Technology and Elementary Physics (E. Davis). An Applied/Computational Mathematician's View of Uncertainty Quantification for Complex Systems (M. Gunzburger). Dynamical Symmetries and Model Validation (B.C. Jantzen). Modeling the Biases in Last Digit Distributions of Consecutive Primes (D. Lichtblau). Computational Aspects of Hamburger's Theorem (Y. Matiyasevich). Effective Validity: A Generalized Logic for Stable Approximate Inference (R.H.C. Moir). Counterfactuals in the Real World (J. Woodward, M. Wilson).
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 AMiTaNS (Conference) (11th : 2019 : Albena, Bulgaria)
 [Melville, New York] : AIP Publishing LLC, 2019.
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 Book — 1 online resource : illustrations (some color). Digital: text file.