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Busy Ant Maths - Year 1 Activity

Used in conjunction with the Teacher's Guide, Progress Guide and Homework Guide, the Busy Ant Maths Pupil Book 1B is the best way to ensure that pupils achieve all the learning objectives of the new Primary Maths National Curriculum. Collins Busy Ant Maths Activity Book 1B is packed with exciting activities to help build and develop the skills needed to be successful in Maths. Each page features lots of hands-on, highly visual activities with a low level of text to give pupils confidence in learning maths. Activity Book 1B contains: fun activities to consolidate the objectives covered in the daily maths lesson objectives at the top of each page so the child is in control of their own learning space to record answers, providing structure to each exercise simple text. engaging, colourful graphics."

Used in conjunction with the Teacher's Guide, Progress Guide and Homework Guide, the Busy Ant Maths Pupil Book 1B is the best way to ensure that pupils achieve all the learning objectives of the new Primary Maths National Curriculum.

Match and Sort

Help your child to match and sort objects in this fun and educational activity book. With over 100 reward stickers and curriculum-linked activities, it's the perfect way to start learning with your child.

Help your child to match and sort objects in this fun and educational activity book. With over 100 reward stickers and curriculum-linked activities, it's the perfect way to start learning with your child.

Get Ready for Maths

With fun, colourful exercises and over 100 gold stickers to encourage learning, Get Ready for Maths helps to give your child a head start in numeracy skills before starting school.

With fun, colourful exercises and over 100 gold stickers to encourage learning maths.

Basic Math and Pre-algebra

Teaches core mathematical concepts including whole numbers; decimals; fractions; integers and rationals; powers, exponents, and roots; powers of ten and scientific notation; measurements; graphs; and probability and statistics.

Teaches core mathematical concepts including whole numbers; decimals; fractions; integers and rationals; powers, exponents, and roots; powers of ten and scientific notation; measurements; graphs; and probability and statistics.

An Introduction to Functional Analysis

Based on an introductory, graduate-level course given by Swartz at New Mexico State U., this textbook, written for students with a moderate knowledge of point set topology and integration theory, explains the principles and theories of functional analysis and their applications, showing the interpla

These notes evolved from the introductory functional analysis course given at
New Mexico State University. ... of elementary point set topology including
Tychonoff s Theorem and the theory of nets and a background in real analysis
equivalent ...

A Concise Introduction to the Theory of Integration

The choice of topics included in this book, as well as the presentation of those topics, has been guided by the author's experience in teaching this material to classes consisting of advanced graduate students who are not concentrating in mathematics. This book contains an introduction to the modern theory of integration with a strong emphasis on the case of LEBESGUE's measure for (RN and eye toward applications to real analysis and probability theory. Following a brief review of the classical RIEMANN theory in Chapter I, the details of LEBESGUE's construction are given in Chapter II, which also contains a derivation of the transformation properties of LEBESGUE's measure under linear maps. Chapter III is devoted to LEBESGUE's theory of integration of real-valued functions on a general measure space. Besides the basic convergence theorems, this chapter introduces product measures and FUBINI's Theorem. In Chapter IV, various topics having to do with the transformation properties of measures are derived. These include: the representation of general integrals in terms of RIEMANN integrals with respect to the distribution function, polar coordinates, JACOBI's transformation formula and finally the introduction of surface measure followed by a proof of the Divergence Theorem. A few of the basic inequalitites of measure theory are derived in Chapter V. In particular, the inequalities of JENSEN, MINKOWSKI and H™LDER are presented. Finally, Chapter VI starts with the DANIELL integral and its applications to the CARATHODORY Extension and RIESZ Representation Theorems. It closes with VON NEUMANN's derivation of the RADON-NIKODYM Theorem.

The choice of topics included in this book, as well as the presentation of those topics, has been guided by the author's experience in teaching this material to classes consisting of advanced graduate students who are not concentrating in ...

Introduction to Analysis

Introduction to Analysis is an ideal text for a one semester course on analysis. The book covers standard material on the real numbers, sequences, continuity, differentiation, and series, and includes an introduction to proof. The author has endeavored to write this book entirely from the student’s perspective: there is enough rigor to challenge even the best students in the class, but also enough explanation and detail to meet the needs of a struggling student. From the Author to the student: "I vividly recall sitting in an Analysis class and asking myself, ‘What is all of this for?’ or ‘I don’t have any idea what’s going on.’ This book is designed to help the student who finds themselves asking the same sorts of questions, but will also challenge the brightest students."

Introduction to Analysis is an ideal text for a one semester course on analysis. The book covers standard material on the real numbers, sequences, continuity, differentiation, and series, and includes an introduction to proof.

A Logical Introduction to Proof

The book is intended for students who want to learn how to prove theorems and be better prepared for the rigors required in more advance mathematics. One of the key components in this textbook is the development of a methodology to lay bare the structure underpinning the construction of a proof, much as diagramming a sentence lays bare its grammatical structure. Diagramming a proof is a way of presenting the relationships between the various parts of a proof. A proof diagram provides a tool for showing students how to write correct mathematical proofs.

The book is intended for students who want to learn how to prove theorems and be better prepared for the rigors required in more advance mathematics.