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Change and Motion: Calculus Made Clear

Change and Motion Cover In this course, the concepts and insights at the heart of calculus take center stage. The central ideas are absolutely meaningful and understandable to all intelligent people—regardless of the level or age of their previous mathematical experience. Historical events and everyday action form the foundation for this excursion through calculus.

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Meaning from Data: Statistics Made Clear

Meaning from Data Cover Meaning from Data: Statistics Made Clear is your introduction to a vitally important subject in today's data-driven society. In 24 half-hour lectures, you will explore the principles and methods that underlie the study of statistics.


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What are the Chances? Probability Made Clear

What are the Chances Cover What Are the Chances? Probability Made Clear helps you understand the random factors that lurk behind almost everything—from the chance combinations of genes that produced you to the high odds that the waiting time at a bus stop will be longer than the average time between buses if they operate on a random schedule.

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The Joy of Thinking: The Beauty and Power of Classical Mathematical Ideas

The Joy of Thinking
Cover The Joy of Thinking is a course about fun, aesthetics, and mystery—about great mathematical ideas that arise from puzzles, observations of everyday life, and habits of curiosity and effective thinking. It is as much about learning to think abstractly as it is about what we traditionally think of as mathematics.

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Mathematics from the Visual World

Mathematics from the Visual World takes Plato's dictum to heart and introduces you to the terms, concepts, and astonishing power of geometry. In 24 richly illustrated lectures, you learn that geometry is everywhere. It is the key to scientific disciplines from cosmology to chemistry. It is central to art and architecture. It provides deep insights into algebra, calculus, and other mathematical fields. And it is stunning to contemplate in its beauty.is a course about fun, aesthetics, and mystery—about great mathematical ideas that arise from puzzles, observations of everyday life, and habits of curiosity and effective thinking. It is as much about learning to think abstractly as it is about what we traditionally think of as mathematics.

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Department of Mathematics
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Austin, TX 78712-0257

Phone: (512) 471-5156
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Office: RLM 11.122