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- 101 more amazing brainteasers
- 3, 2, 1, Go! A Transportation Countdown
- A Beautiful Mind
- A Mind For Numbers
- A Passion for Mathematics
- A Return to Parallelism
- Action Math: Games
- Action Math: Shapes
- Addition & Subtraction
- Addition & Subtraction, Grades 1 - 3
- After School Reading Activities, Grade 1
- After School Reading Activities, Grade 2
- After School Reading Activities, Grade 3
- After School Reading Activities, Grade 4
- After School Reading Activities, Grade 5
- Algebra I
- Algebra for the Utterly Confused
- Algebra: A Piece of Cake
- An Introduction to Formal Logic
- An Introduction to Quadratic Polynomials
- An Introduction to the Course
- Angles and Pencil-Turning Mysteries
- Anno's mysterious multiplying jar
- Applied science, Engineering and mathematics
- Arithmetic and algebra-- again
- Banach-Tarski's 1 = 1 + 1
- Barron's painless pre-algebra
- Basic Math & Pre-Algebra For Dummies
- Beginnings?Jargon and Undefined Terms
- Bending Space and Time
- Bending the Axioms?New Geometries
- Big Data
- Big Data, Episode 1, Data Analytics - What's the "Big" Idea?
- Big Data, Episode 10, Political Polls - How Weighted Averaging Wins
- Big Data, Episode 11, When Life Is (Almost) Linear - Regression
- Big Data, Episode 12, Training Computers to Think like Humans
- Big Data, Episode 13, Anomalies and Breaking Trends
- Big Data, Episode 14, Simulation - Beyond Data, Beyond Equations
- Big Data, Episode 15, Overfitting - Too Good to Be Truly Useful
- Big Data, Episode 16, Bracketology - The Math of March Madness
- Big Data, Episode 17, Quantifying Quality on the World Wide Web
- Big Data, Episode 18, Watching Words - Sentiment and Text Analysis
- Big Data, Episode 19, Data Compression and Recommendation Systems
- Big Data, Episode 2, Got Data? What Are You Wondering About?
- Big Data, Episode 20, Decision Trees - Jump-Start an Analysis
- Big Data, Episode 21, Clustering - The Many Ways to Create Groups
- Big Data, Episode 22, Degrees of Separation and Social Networks
- Big Data, Episode 23, Challenges of Privacy and Security
- Big Data, Episode 24, Getting Analytical about the Future
- Big Data, Episode 3, A Mindset for Mastering the Data Deluge
- Big Data, Episode 4, Looking for Patterns - and Causes
- Big Data, Episode 5, Algorithms - Managing Complexity
- Big Data, Episode 6, The Cycle of Data Management
- Big Data, Episode 7, Getting Graphic and Seeing the Data
- Big Data, Episode 8, Preparing Data Is Training for Success
- Big Data, Episode 9, How New Statistics Transform Sports
- Big Dream
- Bob Miller's Basic Math and Pre-Algebra for the Clueless
- Bob Miller's SAT Math for the Clueless
- Bringing Math Home: a Parent's Guide to Elementary School Math
- Bringing Visual Mathematics Together
- Bugs That Make Your Computer Crawl
- Building Thinking Classrooms in Mathematics, Grades K-12
- Business Math For Dummies
- Cantor's Infinity of Infinities
- Circle-ometry?On Circular Motion
- Complex Numbers in Geometry
- Conditional and Indirect Proofs
- Crazy Kinds of Connectedness
- Delightful Decimals and Perfect Percents
- Demonstrating Invalidity
- Dido's Problem
- Distance, Midpoints, and Folding Ties
- El mundo del comercio : Patrones numéricos
- Elementary Math Isn't Elementary
- En la pradera (Over in the Meadow)
- Enigmas of Everyday Objects
- Equal Schmequal
- Equidistance?A Focus on Distance
- Everything in This Lecture Is False
- Explorations with Pi
- Exploring Geometric Constructions
- Exploring Special Quadrilaterals
- Fabulous Fractions
- Factoring Trinomials
- Factoring is Fantastic
- Fallacies of Cause and Effect
- Fallacies of Faulty Authority
- Fallacies of Irrelevance
- Fast Ideas for Busy Teachers: Math, Grade 1
- Fast Ideas for Busy Teachers: Math, Grade 2
- Fast Ideas for Busy Teachers: Math, Grade 3
- Fast Ideas for Busy Teachers: Math, Grade 4
- Fast Ideas for Busy Teachers: Math, Grade 5
- Filling the Gap between Dimensions
- First-Order Predicate Logic
- Folding and Conics
- Fractions and Decimals Made Easy
- Frontiers of Physics
- Fun with Roman numerals
- Games with Strange Loops
- Geometry
- Geometry
- Geometry for Dummies
- Geometry?Ancient Ropes and Modern Phones
- Go Figure!
- Go Figure!
- Graphing Linear Equations, Part 1
- Graphing Linear Equations, Part 2
- Graphing Radical Functions
- Graphing Rational Functions, Part 1
- Graphing Rational Functions, Part 2
- Gödel Proves the Unprovable
- How Do You Measure A Slice of Pizza?
- How Do You Measure a Slice of Pizza?
- How Do You Stop a Moving Train?
- How Not to Be Wrong
- How do they make that? : fractions, decimals, and percents
- How the World Really Works
- How to Bake Pi
- How to bake π : an edible exploration of the mathematics of mathematics
- Humble Pi
- Impossible Sets
- Induction in Polls and Science
- Inductive Reasoning
- Infinity Is Not a Number
- Informal Logic and Fallacies
- Integer Operations into Negative Zone
- Introducing Logical Identity
- Introduction to Formal Logic
- Introduction to Logical Concepts
- Introduction to Scale
- Invented or Discovered?
- Investing
- Knock-Out Blackjack
- Leadership and the New Science, 3rd Edition
- Learning Statistics
- Learning Statistics, Episode 1, How to Summarize Data with Statistics
- Learning Statistics, Episode 10, Interval Estimates and Confidence Intervals
- Learning Statistics, Episode 11, Hypothesis Testing: 1 Sample
- Learning Statistics, Episode 12, Hypothesis Testing: 2 Samples, Paired Test
- Learning Statistics, Episode 13, Linear Regression Models and Assumptions
- Learning Statistics, Episode 14, Regression Predictions, Confidence Intervals
- Learning Statistics, Episode 15, Multiple Linear Regression
- Learning Statistics, Episode 16, Analysis of Variance: Comparing 3 Means
- Learning Statistics, Episode 17, Analysis of Covariance and Multiple ANOVA
- Learning Statistics, Episode 18, Statistical Design of Experiments
- Learning Statistics, Episode 19, Regression Trees and Classification Trees
- Learning Statistics, Episode 2, Exploratory Data Visualization in R
- Learning Statistics, Episode 20, Polynomial and Logistic Regression
- Learning Statistics, Episode 21, Spatial Statistics
- Learning Statistics, Episode 22, Time Series Analysis
- Learning Statistics, Episode 23, Prior Information and Bayesian Inference
- Learning Statistics, Episode 24, Statistics Your Way with Custom Functions
- Learning Statistics, Episode 3, Sampling and Probability
- Learning Statistics, Episode 4, Discrete Distributions
- Learning Statistics, Episode 5, Continuous and Normal Distributions
- Learning Statistics, Episode 6, Covariance and Correlation
- Learning Statistics, Episode 7, Validating Statistical Assumptions
- Learning Statistics, Episode 8, Sample Size and Sampling Distributions
- Learning Statistics, Episode 9, Point Estimates and Standard Error
- Let's estimate : a book about estimating and rounding numbers
- Linear Equations and Their Graphs
- Linear Equations for Real-World Data
- Linear Inequalities
- Logic and Mathematics
- Logical Proofs with Equivalences
- Losing to Win, Strategizing to Survive
- Making Use of Linear Equations
- Math Adventures with Python
- Math Series 1
- Math Series 2
- Math and Magic
- Math and Magic
- Math and Magic, Episode 1, Mathematical Card Tricks
- Math and Magic, Episode 10, Look like a Psychic
- Math and Magic, Episode 11, Geometric and Topological Magic
- Math and Magic, Episode 12, Magic Squares
- Math and Magic, Episode 2, What's Your Deal?
- Math and Magic, Episode 3, Look like a Card Shark
- Math and Magic, Episode 4, The Deck Is Stacked
- Math and Magic, Episode 5, Perfect Shuffles
- Math and Magic, Episode 6, Riffle Shuffles
- Math and Magic, Episode 7, Magic with Numbers
- Math and Magic, Episode 8, Look like a Genius
- Math and Magic, Episode 9, The Magic of Nine
- Math appeal
- Math the easy way
- Math tools in action, Manipulatives
- Mathematics
- Mathematics, the science of patterns : the search for order in life, mind, and the universe
- Measurement Mania
- Mind-Bending Math: Riddles and Paradoxes
- Modal Logic
- More Than One Infinity
- More with Less, Something for Nothing
- Multiplication & Division, Grades 3 - 6
- NOVA - Inside Einstein's Mind
- Natural Deduction
- Numbers Don't Lie
- Operations and Expressions
- Operations and Polynomials
- Order of Operations
- Our Mathematical Universe
- Our Mathematical Universe
- Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
- Path to math
- Percentages: That Make Sense
- Percents, Decimals, and Fractions
- Physics Behind the Scenes
- Playing with Geometric Probability
- Polynomials of Higher Degree
- Practical Applications of Similarity
- Pre-Algebra Essentials For Dummies
- Pre-Algebra Essentials For Dummies
- Pre-Calculus
- Principles of Graphing in 2 Dimensions
- Probability
- Probability Paradoxes
- Problem Solving
- Proof and Paradox
- Proofs and Proof Writing
- Proving the Value of Soft Skills
- Pushing Long Division to Infinity
- Pushing Long Division to New Heights
- Pushing the Picture of Fractions
- Quadratic Equations - Completing the Square
- Quadratic Equations - Factoring
- Quadratic Equations - The Quadratic Formula
- Quadratic Equations in the Real World
- Quadrivium
- Radical Expressions
- Rational Expressions, Part 1
- Rational Expressions, Part 2
- Relational Logic
- Representations of Quadratic Functions
- Review of Elementary Mathematics
- SAT/ACT Preparation - Part 2
- Sequences and Pattern Recognition, Part 1
- Sequences and Pattern Recognition, Part 2
- Shape
- Shape
- Similarity and Congruence
- Slope of a Line
- Slopes: That's a Little bit Steep
- Snowball in a Blizzard
- Solving Linear Equations, Part 1
- Solving Linear Equations, Part 2
- Solving Radical Equations
- Solving Word Problems with Linear Equations
- Spectrum Math, Grade 1
- Spectrum Math, Grade 3
- Spectrum Math, Grade 4
- Spectrum Math, Grade 5
- Spectrum Math, Grade 6
- Spectrum Math, Grade 7
- Spectrum Math, Grade 8
- Strangeness in Statistics
- Surprise! The Fractions Take Up No Space
- Surprises of the Small and Speedy
- Symmetry: Revitalizing Quadratics Algebra
- Symmetry: Revitalizing Quadratics Graphing
- Systems of Linear Equations, Part 1
- Systems of Linear Equations, Part 2
- Teaching Physics and Mathematics
- The 1st-7th grade math tutor : 7 hour video course!, Season 1
- The Action of Subtraction
- The Art of More
- The Art of Statistics
- The Boy Who Dreamed of Infinity
- The Classification of Triangles
- The Drunkard's Walk
- The End of Average
- The Equation of a Circle
- The Gale encyclopedia of science
- The Geometry of Braids?Curious Applications
- The Geometry of Figurate Numbers
- The Geometry of a Circle
- The Great Unknown
- The Great Unknown
- The Joy of 9
- The Joy of Algebra
- The Joy of Algebra Made Visual
- The Joy of Approximating with Calculus
- The Joy of Counting
- The Joy of Differential Calculus
- The Joy of Fibonacci Numbers
- The Joy of Geometry
- The Joy of Higher Algebra
- The Joy of Infinite Series
- The Joy of Infinity
- The Joy of Integral Calculus
- The Joy of Math
- The Joy of Mathematical Games
- The Joy of Mathematical Magic
- The Joy of Mathematics
- The Joy of Mathematics
- The Joy of Numbers
- The Joy of Pascal's Triangle
- The Joy of Pi
- The Joy of Primes
- The Joy of Probability
- The Joy of Proofs
- The Joy of Trigonometry
- The Joy of the Imaginary Numberi
- The Joy of the Numbere
- The Mathematical Journey of a Lifetime
- The Mathematics of Fractals
- The Mathematics of Symmetry
- The Nature of Parallelism
- The New York Times book of mathematics : more than 100 years of writing by the numbers
- The Paradox of Paradoxes
- The Power of Mathematical Visualization
- The Power of Place Value
- The Power of a Mathematical Picture
- The Prime Number Conspiracy
- The Pythagorean Theorem
- The Pythagorean Theorem
- The Reflection Principle
- The Times Machine!
- The Upside of Irrationality
- The Visuals of Graphs
- The best writing on mathematics, 2015
- The magic of math : solving for x and figuring out why
- Three-Dimensional Geometry?Solids
- Three-Valued and Fuzzy Logic
- Tilings, Platonic Solids, and Theorems
- Traveling on a Train : 2-D Shapes
- Trigonometry
- Trigonometry Smarts!
- Trigonometry through Right Triangles
- Truth Tables
- Truth Tables and Validity
- Truth-Functional Logic
- Twisted Topological Universes
- Understanding Area
- Understanding Polygons
- Using the Standards - Algebra, Grade 1
- Using the Standards - Measurement, Grade 1
- Using the Standards - Measurement, Grade K
- Validity in First-Order Predicate Logic
- Variables and Algebraic Expressions
- Visions of infinity : the great mathematical problems
- Visualizing Area Formulas
- Visualizing Balance Points in Statistics
- Visualizing Combinatorics: Art of Counting
- Visualizing Decimals
- Visualizing Extraordinary Ways to Multiply
- Visualizing Fixed Points
- Visualizing Mathematical Infinities
- Visualizing Negative Numbers
- Visualizing Orderly Movement, Random Effect
- Visualizing Pascal's Triangle
- Visualizing Probability
- Visualizing Random Movement, Orderly Effect
- Visualizing Ratio Word Problems
- Visualizing the Fibonacci Numbers
- Voting Paradoxes
- Wacky Word Problems
- Weird Math
- What Is the Sine of 1°?
- What did I eat? : fractions, decimals, and percents
- What if? : serious scientific answers to absurd hypothetical questions
- When Einstein Walked with G?del
- When Einstein Walked with G?del
- When Einstein walked with Gödel : excursions to the edge of thought
- When Measurement Is Impossible
- Why No Distribution Is Fully Fair
- Why Study Logic?
- You Can't Dance to These Rhythms
- Zeno's Paradoxes of Motion

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