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Structure, Patterns and Logic (Middle School Mathematics Book 5) [Print Replica] Kindle Edition
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Written for every middle school student, teacher and parent, this book on Probability is the second volume in the best selling Middle School Mathematics series. James Tanton, a Princeton mathematician, has unveiled the joys and delights of Counting and Probability with a conversational introduction to key concepts accompanied by a unique collection of problems that set a student on the path of mathematical mastery and clever problem-solving. Based on his work across countries, colleges, and schools for the past two decades, this book is far less about making a student the ultimate problem-solver, but more about engendering an interest in Logic and Patterns. A solutions manual with detailed solutions to every problem is available separately.
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