Sneaky Math: A Graphic Primer with Projects: Ace the Basics of Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Calculus with Everyday Things Sneaky Books

Andrews McMeel Publishing - But in sneaky math, Cy Tymony takes tough and turns it into triumph. Fundamentals of Numbers and Arithmetic 2. Calculus Primer 6. Algebra Primer 3. Trigonometry Primer 5. Geometry Primer 4. Sneaky math challenges, Tricks, and Formulas 7. Cy tymony, brings his unique, author of the best-selling Sneaky Uses series, fun hands-on learning approach to all things math.

Many people fear math and numbers, even Barbie, who famously said "Math class is tough" in her controversial 1992 talking doll version. He shows us how math is all around us through intriguing and easy projects, including 20 pass-along tools to complement math education programs. The book is divided into seven sections: 1.

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Sneaky Science Tricks: Perform Sneaky Mind-Over-Matter, Levitate Your Favorite Photos, Use Water to Detect Your Elevation Sneaky Books

Andrews McMeel Publishing - Author and delightfully mad scientist cy tymony combines the fun of his successful Sneaky Uses series with a host of fascinating science projects, resourceful tricks, and facts in Sneaky Science Tricks, an uniquely entertaining and educational how-to guide for the sly and curious among us. Author and delightfully mad scientist cy tymony combines the fun of his Sneaky Uses series with a host of fascinating science facts and resourceful tricks in Sneaky Science Tricks, a uniquely entertaining and educational how-to guide for the sly and curious among us.

This time, a hand-powered fan, and many, geography, a clever moon direction trick, Tymony has concocted an ingenious bag of tricks that includes a helicopter, many other shrewd navigation tools and tons of sneaky trivia on plants and animals, and physics. Each nifty project in the book comes complete with detailed, easy-to-follow instructions and illustrations that fully demonstrate the step-by-step process, making Sneaky Science Tricks an ideal guidebook for sneaky scientists of all ages.





Sneaky Uses for Everyday Things

Andrews McMeel Publishing - With over 80 solutions and bonus applications at your disposal, you will be ready for almost any situation. Whether you use sneaky uses for everyday things as a practical tool to build useful devices, or as a trivia guide to impress friends and family, a fun little fantasy escape, this book is sure to be a reference favorite for years to come.

You'll be seen as a superhero as you amaze your friends by:* Transforming a simple FM radio into a device that enables you to eavesdrop on tower-to-air conversations. Creating your own personalized electronic greeting cards. Making a compact fire extinguisher from items typically found in a kitchen pantry.

Thwarting intruders with a single rubber band. By using run-of-the-mill household items and the easy-to-follow instructions and diagrams within, you'll be able to complete most projects in just a few minutes. Sneaky uses for everyday Things is a valuable resource for transforming ordinary objects into the extraordinary.

Sneaky Uses for Everyday Things - And now you can learn how to create these things and more than 40 other handy gadgets and gizmos in Sneaky Uses for Everyday Things. Included are survival, self-defense, security, and silly applications that are just plain fun. With over 80 solutions and bonus applications at your disposal, you will be ready for almost any situation.

Do you know how to make something that can tell whether the $20 bill in your wallet is a fake? Or how to generate battery power with simple household items? Or how to create your own home security system? Science-savvy author Cy Tymony does.





Sneakier Uses for Everyday Things Sneaky Books

Andrews McMeel Publishing - The book includes a list of necessary materials, detailed sketches, and step-by-step instructions for each gadget and gizmo. Sneakier uses for everyday Things provides loads of practical ideas, science projects, and captivating solutions for dealing with life's unexpected challenges. How to turn a calculator into a metal detector, make a gas mask with a balloon, and make a james bond spy jacket with everyday thingsdid you know that your standard issue of Sports Illustrated magazine can be turned into over 20 useful gadgets? In author Cy Tymony's Sneakier Uses for Everyday Things, Carry a Survival Kit in a Shoestring, peashooter, Convert a Styrofoam Cup into a Speaker, you'll learn how an average magazine can become many extraordinary gadgets such as a compass, Turn Dishwashng Liquid into a Copy Machine, hearing aid, magnifier, and bottle opener.

Sneakier uses for everyday Things covers 40 educational and unique projects that anybody can successfully complete with simple household items. Among the sneaky schemes are:* creating a electroscope out of a glass jar* turning a drinking cup into a speaker* Using an AM radio as a metal detector* Making a spy gadget jacket with over 20 individual sneaky uses ranging from a siren and whistle to a walkie-talkie and voice recorderThese days, "be prepared" applies to more than just the Boy Scouts.

Sneakier Uses for Everyday Things Sneaky Books - Great fun for the curious, inventive, and creative of all ages.





Sneakiest Uses for Everyday Things: How to Make a Boomerang with a Business Card, Convert a Pencil into a Microphone and more Sneaky Books

Andrews McMeel Publishing - For folks who wonder why they keep tossing odds and ends in that junk drawer in the kitchen, Sneakiest Uses for Everyday Things offers evidence that technology doesn't always have to come from Best Buy, Amazon. Com, or Microsoft. U. S. News and world report * putterers, would-be inventers, and science-fair parents rejoice as Cy Tymony offers fifty new projects to bring out your inner MacGyver.

In the third book in cy tymony's sneaky uses series you will learn how to turn a piece of paper into a Frisbee, a TV tray into a robot, a business card into a boomerang, and more. Beginning with a complete list of materials and continuing through easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions paired with helpful illustrations, most projects will be completed in just minutes using common items found around the house.

Sneakiest Uses for Everyday Things: How to Make a Boomerang with a Business Card, Convert a Pencil into a Microphone and more Sneaky Books - Teachers, like a pencil into a microphone, parents, and enterprising youngsters will use their ingenuity to turn ordinary, Walkman ear buds into an intercom, everyday objects into something extraordinary, scout leaders, or a telephone cord into a motor. The book also includes bonus alternative-energy projects and a foreword by NPR's Science Friday host Ira Flatow.





Super Sneaky Uses for Everyday Things: Power Devices with Your Plants, Modify High-Tech Toys, Turn a Penny into a Battery, and More Sneaky Books

Andrews McMeel Publishing - Perfect for putterers, or just those with inquisitive minds, would-be inventors, safe, Super Sneaky Uses for Everyday Things is packed with high- and low-tech projects that are simple, and quick to assemble. As the eighth book in cy tymony's sneaky uses series Super Sneaky Uses for Everyday Things includes never-before-seen activities, including Sneaky Fashion such as Light-up Nails and Sneaky Belts and Bracelets.

Over 30 new inventions are outlined inside Super Sneaky Uses for Everyday Things, and most projects can be completed in just minutes using common items already found around the house. Andrews McMeel Publishing. Each activity begins with a complete list of materials and continues with easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions paired with helpful illustrations.

Super Sneaky Uses for Everyday Things: Power Devices with Your Plants, Modify High-Tech Toys, Turn a Penny into a Battery, and More Sneaky Books - . Includes never-before-seen projects, with an emphasis on women’s projects, such as Light-up Nails and Sneaky Belts and Bracelets. Fans of all ages will use their ingenuity to turn ordinary, everyday objects into something extraordinary with the help of Super Sneaky Uses for Everyday Things.





Amazing Math Projects: Projects You Can Build Yourself Build It Yourself

Nomad Press - Solve one of the world’s hardest two-piece puzzles. Each activity includes intriguing facts, vocabulary builders, and connections to other topics. Readers will never look at soap bubbles the same way again!Amazing Math Projects You Can Build Yourself includes projects about number patterns, curves, lines, and shapes.

Pass a straight line through a curved slot. From prime numbers to paraboloids, amazing Math Projects You Can Build Yourself introduces readers ages 9 and up to the beauty and wonder of math through hands-on activities. Kids will cut apart shapes to discover area formulas, build beautiful geometric models to explore their properties, and amaze friends with the mysterious Möbius strip.

Amazing Math Projects: Projects You Can Build Yourself Build It Yourself - Learning through examples of how we encounter math in our daily lives, children will marvel at the mathematical patterns in snowflakes and discover the graceful curves in the Golden Gate Bridge. Andrews McMeel Publishing. A companion website, includes video instructions for many projects in the book and provides additional activities.

Make a geodesic dome big enough to sit in.





Mpj's Ultimate Math Lessons

Math Projects Journal - Used book in Good Condition. Mpj's ultimate math lessons is a resource for teachers of algebra, pre-algebra, and geometry in grades 6-12. It contains 80 innovative lessons and 27 thought-provoking articles taken directly from the Math Projects Journal, for more than six years, a periodical that, has helped teachers around the world improve student performance in mathematics.

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Math with Bad Drawings: Illuminating the Ideas That Shape Our Reality

Black Dog & Leventhal - A hilarious reeducation in mathematics-full of joy, jokes, and stick figures-that sheds light on the countless practical and wonderful ways that math structures and shapes our world. With 24 chapters covering topics from the electoral college to human genetics to the reasons not to trust statistics, Math with Bad Drawings is a life-changing book for the math-estranged and math-enamored alike.

Used book in Good Condition. Every discussion in the book is illustrated with Orlin's trademark "bad drawings, " which convey his message and insights with perfect pitch and clarity. Orlin shows us how to think like a mathematician by teaching us a brand-new game of tic-tac-toe, how to understand an economic crises by rolling a pair of dice, and the mathematical headache that ensues when attempting to build a spherical Death Star.

Math with Bad Drawings: Illuminating the Ideas That Shape Our Reality - . Truth and knowledge come in multiple forms: colorful drawings, encouraging jokes, and the stories and insights of an empathetic teacher who believes that math should belong to everyone. Andrews McMeel Publishing. In math with bad drawings, its strange symbols, Ben Orlin reveals to us what math actually is; its myriad uses, and the wild leaps of logic and faith that define the usually impenetrable work of the mathematician.





How Not to Be Wrong: The Power of Mathematical Thinking

Penguin Books - The math we learn in school can seem like a dull set of rules, laid down by the ancients and not to be questioned. Andrews McMeel Publishing. Ellenberg pulls from history as well as from the latest theoretical developments to provide those not trained in math with the knowledge they need. The freakonomics of math—a math-world superstar unveils the hidden beauty and logic of the world and puts its power in our hands The math we learn in school can seem like a dull set of rules, laid down by the ancients and not to be questioned.

Math, is “an atomic-powered prosthesis that you attach to your common sense, as Ellenberg says, vastly multiplying its reach and strength. With the tools of mathematics in hand, you can understand the world in a deeper, more meaningful way. Armed with the tools of mathematics, we can see through to the true meaning of information we take for granted: how early should you get to the airport? What does “public opinion” really represent? Why do tall parents have shorter children? Who really won Florida in 2000? And how likely are you, really, to develop cancer? How Not to Be Wrong presents the surprising revelations behind all of these questions and many more, using the mathematician’s method of analyzing life and exposing the hard-won insights of the academic community to the layman—minus the jargon.

How Not to Be Wrong: The Power of Mathematical Thinking - . In how not to be wrong, jordan ellenberg shows us how terribly limiting this view is: Math isn’t confined to abstract incidents that never occur in real life, but rather touches everything we do—the whole world is shot through with it. How not to be Wrong will show you how. Math allows us to see the hidden structures underneath the messy and chaotic surface of our world.





Everyday Calculus: Discovering the Hidden Math All Around Us

Princeton University Press - The freakonomics of math-a math-world superstar unveils the hidden beauty and logic of the world and puts its power in our hands. In everyday calculus, oscar fernandez shows us how to see the math in our coffee, on the highway, and even in the night sky. Calculus. Fernandez uses our everyday experiences to skillfully reveal the hidden calculus behind a typical day's events.

Used book in Good Condition. The book will convince even die-hard skeptics to view this area of math in a whole new way. The math we learn in school can seem like a dull set of rules, laid down by the ancients and not to be questioned. Fernandez demonstrates that calculus can be used to explore practically any aspect of our lives, including the most effective number of hours to sleep and the fastest route to get to work.

Everyday Calculus: Discovering the Hidden Math All Around Us - In how not to be wrong, jordan ellenberg shows us how terribly limiting this view is: Math isn't confined to abstract incidents that never occur in real life, but rather touches everything we do-the whole world is shot through with it. Princeton University Press. Throughout, fernandez presents straightforward concepts, and no prior mathematical knowledge is required.

He also shows that calculus can be both useful--determining which seat at the theater leads to the best viewing experience, for instance--and fascinating--exploring topics such as time travel and the age of the universe. For advanced math fans, the mathematical derivations are included in the appendixes.

Whether you're new to mathematics or already a curious math enthusiast, Everyday Calculus invites you to spend a day discovering the calculus all around you.