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Welcome to your Mathematics for Science reading list. Here you will find resources selected by your course team to support you throughout this module.
Foundation Maths by By providing a clear and non-intimidating foundation in mathematics, this text sets out to develop engineering students' ability to handle basic mathematics with confidence. For use either as a self-teaching text or to accompany a lecture course, this book encourages mathematical understanding and develops manipulative skills through many worked examples, self-tests questions and exercises. This second edition includes many small improvements throughout the text and a new chapter on sets and probability providing the background to a course on statistics.
Call Number: STSK 510 BOO
Publication Date: 1993-10-01
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Maths from Scratch for Biologists by Numerical ability is an essential skill for everyone studying the biological sciences but many students are frightened by the 'perceived' difficulty of mathematics, and are nervous about applying mathematical skills in their chosen field of study. Having taught introductory maths and statistics for many years, Alan Cann understands these challenges and just how invaluable an accessible, confidence building textbook could be to the fearful student. Unable to find a book pitched at the right level, that concentrated on why numerical skills are useful to biologists, he wrote his own. The result is Maths from Scratch for Biologists , a highly instructive, informal text that explains step by step how and why you need to tackle maths within the biological sciences. Features: * An accessible, jargon-busting approach to help readers master basic mathematical, statistical and data handling techniques in biology * Numerous end of chapter problems to reinforce key concepts and encourage students to test their newly acquired skills through practise * A handy, time-saving glossary * A supplementary website with numerous problems and self-test exercises
Call Number: 570.151 CAN + eBook
Publication Date: 2002-12-30
How to Improve Your Maths Skills by This easy-to-use guide identifies and addresses the areas where most students need help with basic mathematical problems that occur in everyday life and studies and provides straightforward, practical tips, exercises and solutions that will enable you to assess and then improve your performance.
Call Number: 510 LAK
Publication Date: 2011