Science4U: Practical Math for Practical Science

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Helpful for college, high school, and homeschooled students, this book is for those who struggle with math in science. Scientific notation, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and vector concepts are addressed as used in the sciences, with examples and exercises. Readers will gain proficiency with using math as the language of science.

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About Richard Ignace

Born in Fort Wayne, IN, I have been married since 1988. My wife and I have six wonderful children. We have lived in Indiana (of course), Wisconsin, Scotland, and Iowa, and we currently reside in Tennessee.

I am a professor of astrophysics, teaching students and doing research. Stars have been the main focus of my studies, but I am interested in most areas of astrophysics, including microlensing and exoplanets.

Thank you for checking out my book!


Review by: William Jones on May 29, 2012 :
Childish,poorly written with no real attention to mathmatics. Don't waste your money on something you perhaps already know. Would make a mildly decent motivational read for grade school students otherwise stay with your textbook.
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
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