Mathematical Writing

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Cambridge University Press, 1989 - 115 Seiten
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Do you need help getting started as an individual or as a member of a group facing the need to prepare formal documents? This is an all-out attack on the problem of teaching people the art of mathematical writing. Learn how others have made use of student assistants in ways that benefit all parties. Read how feedback from students supplies early warning signals from instructors, as well as helping students clarify their thought processes. This book will give aid and encouragement to those wishing to teach a course in technical writing, or to those who wish to write themselves.
 

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1 Minicourse on technical writing
1
2 An exercise on technical writing
7
3 An answer to the exercise
8
4 Comments on student answers 1
9
5 Comments on student answers 2
12
6 Preparing books for publication 1
14
7 Preparing books for publication 2
15
8 Preparing books for publication 3
18
A Report on Evaluation Efforts and National Impact from 1988 to 1998 Susan L Ganter
56
Resources for Professional DevelopmentAarrevf Delong and Dale Winter
57
Fractals Graphics and Mathematics Education Benoit Mandelbrot and Michael Frame Editors
58
Assets for Undergraduate Mathematics David Carlson Charles R Johnson David C Lay and A Duane Porter Editors
59
Innovations in Teaching Abstract Algebra Allen C Hibbard and Ellen J Maycock Editors
60
Changing Core Mathematics Chris Arney and Donald Small Editors
61
An Urgent Challenge for Higher Educationn Arthur Steen
62
A Sourcebook of Significant WritingsAinam Cooney Editor
63

9 Handy reference books
19
10 Presenting algorithms
20
11 Literate Programming 1
21
12 Literate Programming 2
27
13 User manuals
28
14 Galley proofs
30
15 Refereeing 1
31
16 Refereeing 2
35
17 Hints for Referees
36
18 Illustrations 1
38
Subscripts and superscripts
40
Solutions
43
Innovative Programs Using TechnologyMsan Lenker Editor
47
Writing in the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics John Meier and Thomas Rishel
48
Assessment Practices in Undergraduate Mathematics Bonnie Gold Editor
49
Exploring ODEs with Modern TechnologyMic7iae J Kallaher Editor
50
An International Perspective Victor J Katz Editor
51
Resources for Undergraduate Instructors Thomas L Moore Editor
52
Geometry at Work Papers in Applied Geometry Catherine A Gorini Editor
53
A Guide for New Mathematicians Thomas W Rishel
54
Issues That Matter and Strategies That Work Elizabeth C Rogers Barbara E Reynolds Neil A Davidson and Anthony D Thomas Editors
55
A Resource for Chairs Tina H Straley Marcia P Sward and Jon W Scott Editors
64
Innovations in Teaching Statistics Joan B Garfield Editor
65
Concepts and models for servicelearning in the mathematical sciencesCAarei R Hadlock Editor
66
Innovative Approaches to Undergraduate Mathematics Courses Beyond Calculus Richard J Maher Editor
67
Using the last 200 years of mathematics history in the classroom Amy ShellGellasch and Dick Jardine Editors
68
Rethinking the Courses below CalcuusNancy Baxter Hastings Editor
69
Current Practices in Quantitative Literacy Rick Gillman Editor
70
Undergraduate Consultancy ProjectsRobert Fraga Editor
71
33 Lamports handout on styles of proof
72
34 Nils Nilsson on Art and Writing
73
35 MaryClaire van Leunen on Calisthenics 1
77
36 MaryClaires handout on Composition Exercises
81
37 Comments on student work
89
38 MaryClaire van Leunen on Which vs That
93
39 MaryClaire van Leunen on Calisthenics 2
98
40 Computer aids to writing
100
41 Rosalie Sterner on Copy Editing
102
42 Paul Halmos on Mathematical Writing
106
43 Final truths
112
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