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**1001 Math Problems**, 1999. Also available in print, call number QA 43 .A12 1999 and the 3rd Edition, 2009, is also available from LearningExpress Library eBooks (login/registration required).**The A to Z of Mathematics: A Basic Guide**, 2002, by Thomas Sidebotham.

##### History of Mathematics and Mathematicians

**Famous Problems and Their Mathematicians**, 1999, by Art Johnson.**A History of Mathematics: From Mesopotamia to Modernity**, 2005, by Luke Howard Hodgkin.**Women in Mathematics: The Addition of Difference**, 1997, Race, Gender, and Science Series, by Claudia Henrion.

##### Basic Mathematics

**Bob Miller's Basic Math and Prealgebra**, Bob Miller's Clueless Series, 2002, by Robert Miller.**Everyday Math for the Numerically Challenged**, 1998, by Audry Carlan.**Math Word Problems Demystified**, 2005, by Allan G. Bluman.

##### Algebra

**Algebra Demystified**, 2003, by Rhonda Huettenmueller.**Algebra Success in 20 Minutes a Day**, 2000, by Barbara Jund. Also available in print, call number**QA 159 .J85 2000**; 4th Edition is available online from LearningExpress Library e-Books (login and individual account required).**How to Solve Word Problems in Algebra: A Solved Problem Approach**, 2nd Edition, 2000, by Mildred Johnson.

##### Geometry

**Geometry: A Self-teaching Guide**, 2005, by Steve Slavin.**Geometry Demystified**, 2003, by Stan Gibilisco. Also available in print, call number**QA 453 .G43 2003**.**Geometry Success in 20 Minutes a Day**, 1st Edition, 2000, by Debbie Thompson. Also available in print, call number**QA 461 .T46 2000**; 2nd Edition, 2005, also available from LearningExpress Library eBooks (login and individual account required).

##### Trigonometry

**Bob Miller's Calc for the Clueless: Precalc With Trigonometry**, 2nd Edition, 1998, by Robert Miller.**Trigonometry Demystified**, 2003, by Stan Gibilisco; also available in print, call number**QA 531 .G53 2003**.**Trigonometry: With Calculator-based Solutions**, 4th Edition, 2009, by Robert E Moyer. 5th Edition available in print, call number**QA 531 .A97 2013**

##### Finite Mathematics

**Discrete Mathematics Demystified**, 2009, by Steven G. Krantz.**Schaum’s Outline of Theory and Problems of Beginning Finite Mathematics**, 2005, by Seymour Lipschutz.**Topics in Finite and Discrete Mathematics**, 2000, by Sheldon M. Ross.

##### Calculus

**Calculus Demystified**, 2003, by Steven G. Krantz. Also available in print, call number**QA 303.2 .K74 2003****Calculus for the Utterly Confused**, 1999, by Robert M. Oman. 2nd edition, 2007, available in print, call number**QA 303.2 .O43 2007**.**Calculus Know-it-all: Beginner to Advanced, and Everything in Between**, 2009, by Stan Gibilisco.

##### Statistics

**Probability and Statistics: the Science of Uncertainty**, 2004, by John Tabak.**Schaum’s Outline of Theory and Problems of Beginning Statistics**, 1998, by Larry J. Stephens.**Statistics**, 2010, by Sandra K. McCune.

##### Other Topics in Mathematics

- Math Anxiety & General Help
**Arithmetic and Algebra–Again: Leave Math Anxiety behind Forever**, 2nd Edition, 2005, by Brita Immergut.**Maths: A Student’s Survival Guide**, 2nd Edition, 2003, by Jenny Olive.**Mind over Math**, 1979, by Stanley Kogelman. Two copies also available in print, call number**QA 11 .K74 1979**

- Teaching Mathematics
**Mathematics Content for Elementary Teachers**, 2005, by Douglas K. Brumbaugh.**Mathematics for Dyslexics: A Teaching Handbook**, 1998, by Stephen J. Chinn.**Teaching Mathematics: A Handbook for Primary and Secondary School Teachers**, 2006, by Pamela Cowan.

- Math for other Majors/Professions
**Basic Math for Social Scientists: Problems and Solutions**, 1996, by Timothy M. Hagle.**Business Math Demystified**, 2006, by Allan G. Bluman. Also available in print, call number**HF 5691 .B666 2006****Mathematics for Computer Graphics**, 2nd Edition, 2006, by John A. Vince.**Nursing Calculations**, 6th Edition, 2002, by J. D. Gatford.**Schaum’s Outline of Theory and Problems of Basic Mathematics with Applications to Science and Technology**, 1998, by Haym Kruglak.

- Careers in Mathematics
**Careers in Mathematics: Teacher, Statistician, Actuary, Operations Research, Computer Programmer, Systems Analyst**, Rev. Edition, 2005, Chicago Institute for Career Research.**Great Jobs for Math Majors**, 1999, by Stephen Lambert.

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**Khan Academy**, offers interactive exercises, video tutorials, etc.; sign-up required, but it’s FREE!**TheMathPage**, From Lawrence Spector, a Mathematics instructor at the Borough of Manhattan Community College/City University of New York. Offers courses in arithmetic, geometry, algebra, and more.**S.O.S. Mathematics**, Created by 3 mathematics professors, this resource offers tutorials, practice tests, tables and a forum for users to post questions and problems.**TV411: Math**, offers videos, web lessons, and printer-friendly documents.**Virtual Math Lab**, From West Texas A&M University, this resource offers help with beginning, intermediate, and college algebra.**WebMATH**, From Discovery Education, is a math help resource that can help students solve specific problems. It uses fill-in forms to input numbers, then explains the solution.

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