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Math eBooks Added to the CHS Library Collection!

Unpack the Common Core with the Following Resources:

All of the following ebooks have unlimited access. To check them out, go to the Destiny Library Catalog. You can access them by title for specific books. If you want to see the entire list, type mathematics in the search box and search ebooks.

Mathematics and the laws of nature developing the language of science

Traces the history of mathematics, focusing on the role of so-called pure math in the applied sciences, and includes an index, chronology, glossary, and resources for further study.

Numbers : computers, philosophers, and the search for meaning

by John Tabak


Traces the history of mathematics, focusing on the concept of numbers and their properties and uses; and includes an interview with Dr. Karlis Podneiks in which he discusses the nature of mathematics, research, and how mathematics influences the environment.

Beyond geometry : a new mathematics of space and form

by John Tabak


Describes the rapid advancement of topology from its inception through today, explains numerous subsets of set-theoretic topology, and discusses the contributions and goals of this field of mathematics.

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Discovering Careers Series

Offers students interested in math information on different careers in the field, with an overview of each job's training requirements, responsibilities, salary, and outlook.


Making Connections 50 Math Super Puzzles

50 fun and engaging puzzles designed to help readers make connections between and among different kinds of math skills and types of mathematical reasoning.

Shapes and symmetry : 50 math super puzzles

by Thomas Canavan


50 engaging and fun puzzles designed to help students hone their understanding of symmetry and the mathematical basis of shapes. Content and methods correlate closely with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) standards.

Algebra : sets, symbols, and the language of thought

by John Tabak


Traces the history and development of algebra over the course of four thousand years, from its foundations in Mesopotamia to its twenty-first-century applications in science and society, and includes an index, chronology, glossary, and resources for further study.

Geometry the language of space and form

by John Tabak


Traces the history and development of geometry from its origins in ancient Egypt to its twenty-first-century applications, specifically in computer graphics, and includes an index, chronology, glossary, and resources for further study.



Probability and statistics : the science of uncertainty

by John Tabak


Examines the evolution of probability and statistics and the relevance of these two disciplines to scientists and the general public, looks at numerous applications of probability and statistics, and discusses how the use of probability in risk assessments leads to improved safety and reliability in space exploration.

Alan Turing : computing genius and wartime code breaker

by Harry Henderson


Details the life of Alan Turing, discussing his childhood, education, contributions to mathematics and science, work on cracking the Enigma code, and other related topics.

Computation skills 50 math super puzzles

by Thomas Canavan


Contains fifty math puzzles using logic problems.

From the Publisher: Students will be able to hone their computational skills with this book's easy-to-follow instructions and more than fifty math puzzles.

Mental math 50 math super puzzles

by Thomas Canavan


Contains fifty math puzzles using mental math problems.

From the Publisher: 50 fun and engaging puzzles designed to help young readers hone their mental math problem solving abilities. the content and methods correlate closely with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) standards.

Problem solving 50 math super puzzles

by Thomas Canavan


Contains fifty math puzzles using problem solving skills.

From the Publisher: 50 fun and engaging puzzles will help students to hone their problem solving abilities. the content and methods presented correlate closely with National Councilof Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) standards.

Symbols and algebra 50 math super puzzles

by Thomas Canavan



Contains fifty math puzzles using algebra and symbols.

From the Publisher: 50 fun and engaging puzzles to help students hone their algebra problem solving skills. Content and methods correlate closely with National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) standards.