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Thinking In Problems: How Mathematicians Find Creative Solutions

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    Author(s)ROYTVARF
    PublisherSPRINGER
    ISBN9780817684051
    Pages405
    BindingHardbound
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearDecember 2012

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    SPRINGER Thinking In Problems: How Mathematicians Find Creative Solutions by ROYTVARF

    This concise, self-contained textbook gives an in-depth look at problem-solving from a mathematician's point-of-view. Each chapter builds off the previous one, while introducing a variety of methods that could be used when approaching any given problem. Creative thinking is the key to solving mathematical problems, and this book outlines the tools necessary to improve the reader's technique. The text is divided into twelve chapters, each providing corresponding hints, explanations, and finalization of solutions for the problems in the given chapter. For the reader's convenience, each exercise is marked with the required background level. This book implements a variety of strategies that can be used to solve mathematical problems in fields such as analysis, calculus, linear and multilinear algebra and combinatorics. It includes applications to mathematical physics, geometry, and other branches of mathematics. Also provided within the text are real-life problems in engineering and technology.