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Math Stuff

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Whether it's stuff in your kitchen or garden, stuff that powers your car or your body, stuff that helps you work, communicate or play, or stuff that you've never heard of you can bet that mathematics is there.
MATH STUFF brings it all in the open in the Pappas style.
Not many people think of mathematics as fascinating, exciting and invaluable. Yet Pappas writes about math
ebook, 256 pages
Published September 1st 2002 by Tetra Press (first published January 1st 2002)
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Theoni Pappas is committed to giving mathematics greater exposure and making it more approachable. Pappas encourages mathematics teachers to share and develop new teaching ideas, methods, and approaches. Her gift to the Mathematics Education Trust (MET) helps teachers in grades 9—12 develop mathematics enrichment materials and lessons complementing a teaching unit implemented in the classroom.

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