|Brand Name||Steven J. Alexander (Author)|
|Item Weight||1.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||12 x 0.2 x 12 inches|
|Sheet Size||12 inch x 12 inch|
|Manufacturer Part Number||2015.1|
A Year of Mathematics 2015 Calendar
|Price:||$5.95 & FREE Shipping on orders over $25. Details|
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- 12 x 12 inch 28 page wall calendar
- Monthly essays on pure mathematics at the high school level
- Civic and religious holidays, mathematicians' birthdays and their achievements, and other days of note are highlighted and described
- Number facts from -3 to 365 highlighted, identifying prime numbers, factorials, triangular numbers, squares, cubes, etc.
- There is space in each day to write appointments and reminders in pen or pencil
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Brand new for 2015: the first "A Year of Mathematics" wall calendar. JANUARY: Prime, Deficient, Perfect, Abundant, and Amicable numbers. Mersenne primes. Why September is named after the number seven. FEBRUARY: What we can say about integers that we cannot say about rational numbers, the Waring problem, the war on Groundhog Day. MARCH: Irrational numbers (algebraic and transcendental) and the history of Daylight Savings Time. APRIL: To Infinity and Beyond. When Worlds Collide: Earth Day = Administrative Professionals’ Day. MAY: You’re not just imagining things about the square root of -1; arithmetic gets complex. JUNE: Pascal’s Triangle, combinatorics, and figurative numbers. JULY: Polar and non-orthogonal coordinates AUGUST: Bizarro binary a.k.a. base -2. SEPTEMBER: Tricks with 9. OCTOBER: We rarely know the particular day “that thing” was discovered in mathematics. Except October 16. NOVEMBER: Averages that are anything but average. DECEMBER: This calendar marks birthdays of famous mathematicians. What are the odds two share a day? Learn about numbers and number systems, planes and parallel lines, twelve ways to say "2015," and wish "Happy Birthday" to 46 great mathematicians.
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Large spacial areas on days/dates to write in,,, and input events, write equations et...
Paper calendar is printed on is a strong, yet thin and shiny surface.
Paper material is difficult to write upon using traditional pens and #2 pencils.
Solution; Use a variety of colored fine tip colored or other markers to inscribe on this statistical
Note: after using this You will never forget square roots of numbers...
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