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Divisor Drips and Waves By Jeffrey Ventrella
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A pattern-finding journey through a shimmering universe of large composite numbers, this book starts with a simple graph of divisors and expands it into a vast visual sea of interlocking patterns.... More > Why do mathematicians keep asking if there is any meaning to the sequence of prime numbers? Just think of the primes as the negative spaces behind overlapping composite patterns. The chaotic sequence of primes that pass through the Sieve of Eratosthenes is far less interesting than the Sieve itself! Did you know that the numbers in the range of nine quintillion have a hidden pattern (nested parabolas, reflection rays, swirling proto-galaxies)? These images could not have been seen before the computer allowed us to peer into the dense fabric of numbers. This book will inspire math educators, visual thinkers, and pattern lovers.< Less
Divisor Drips and Square Root Waves By Jeffrey Ventrella
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A pattern-finding journey through a shimmering universe of large composite numbers, this book starts with a simple graph of divisors and expands it into a vast visual sea of interlocking patterns.... More > Why do mathematicians keep asking if there is any meaning to the sequence of prime numbers? Just think of the primes as the negative spaces behind overlapping composite patterns. The chaotic sequence of primes that pass through the Sieve of Eratosthenes is far less interesting than the Sieve itself! Did you know that the numbers in the range of nine quintillion have a hidden pattern (nested parabolas, reflection rays, swirling proto-galaxies)? These images could not have been seen before the computer allowed us to peer into the dense fabric of numbers. This book will inspire math educators, visual thinkers, and pattern lovers.< Less
Divisor Drips and Square Root Waves By Jeffrey Ventrella
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A pattern-finding journey through a shimmering universe of large composite numbers, this book starts with a simple graph of divisors and expands it into a vast visual sea of interlocking patterns.... More > Why do mathematicians keep asking if there is any meaning to the sequence of prime numbers? Just think of the primes as the negative spaces behind overlapping composite patterns. The chaotic sequence of primes that pass through the Sieve of Eratosthenes is far less interesting than the Sieve itself! Did you know that the numbers in the range of nine quintillion have a hidden pattern (nested parabolas, reflection rays, swirling proto-galaxies)? These images could not have been seen before the computer allowed us to peer into the dense fabric of numbers. This book will inspire math educators, visual thinkers, and pattern lovers.< Less
Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division By Rafael Baltazar
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The purpose of this drill book is to give students some basic foundations by which they can succeed. For more than a century successful educators (parents, teachers, etc.) have used drills to... More > successfully teach millions of children. Children require repetition of hundreds of similar problems to retain a new concept. They need to know how to solve each of the different problems to be ready for high school and beyond. Students that are lacking or have fallen behind can use these drills to narrow their academic gap. Students learn more when they can check their progress or set goals to better their previous score and time. They enjoy having the answer to each problem and not just author selected choices.< Less
24's Rhyming Prime Time By Darcy Ward
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This just for fun poem tells a little story of the number, 24. It is a great way to help kids understand math terms such as composite number, prime number, whole number, divisor, multiple, proper... More > factor, exponent, and many moor.< Less
Introduction to Prime Numbers for Children By Ryan Shuell
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A prime number (or a prime) is a natural number greater than 1 that has no positive divisors other than 1 and itself. A natural number greater than 1 that is not a prime number is called a composite... More > number. For example, 5 is prime because 1 and 5 are its only positive integer factors, whereas 6 is composite because it has the divisors 2 and 3 in addition to 1 and 6.< Less
Once upon on Algorith By Comer Nicols
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a procedure for solving a mathematical problem (as of finding the greatest common divisor) in a finite number of steps that frequently involves repetition of an operation; broadly : a step-by-step... More > procedure for solving a problem or accomplishing some end especially by a computer< Less
Numbers for Wittgenstein By Jason Earls
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Chapters: Preface, Wittgenstein's Iteration Problem, Ten 10s Not Yet Found in Pi or Other Constants, On the Divisors of the Number 1 + 10^40 + 100^40, My Struggle With Mathematical Philosophy,... More > Various Results with the Partition Function, Computations on Numbers of the Form e^Pi*sqrt(n), Aliquot Chain Computations, Two Excerpts from "Cocoon of Terror", On Nontrivial Palindromic Divisors of “Pi”, Meditation and Visualizing Proth's Theorem, Fifteen Easy Ways to Boost Your Intelligence, Excerpt from the Novel "Red Zen", Computations and Remarks on a Pascal-Like Function, Letter to Ludwig, About the Author.< Less
Dean's Elementary Arithmetic By Billy Mitchell
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Dean's Elementary Arithmetic, Memorized Multiplication Tables Replaced Elementary arithmetic is the most basic kind of mathematics. Elementary arithmetic involves the operations of: A. Addition,... More > Addends or Terms = Sum or Summation B. Subtraction, Minuend Minus Subtrahend = Difference C. Multiplication, Multiplicand Times Multiplier = Product D. Division, Dividend Divided By Divisor = Quotient Need To Know 1. Be able to add all combinations of numbers 1, 2, 3, 4 and 1, 2, 4, 8. 2. Find the sum of a number doubled. 3. Be able to add and subtract.< Less
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