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Last Updated: Oct 17, 2016 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates
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Math E-Books

Coming soon! If you know of any textbook e-book links, feel free to share!


Math Books in the Library

Math call number: 500

Try this shelf first for all your math-research needs. Also please note: we do NOT have math textbooks in the library (apologies for the inconvenience, but too many books got lost in previous years and we no longer have enough for library reserves.)

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The Joy of Pi
Call Number: 516.22 BLA
ISBN: 0802775624

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Everything and More: A Compact History of [infinity]
ISBN: 0393003388

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The Golden Ratio: The story of Phi, the world's most astonishimng number
ISBN: 0767908163

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div grad curl and all that: an informal text on vector calculus
ISBN: 0393969975

Try These First

Try these library databases and websites for articles and research.  Library resources may require you to sign in if you are off campus.

  • Science Online  
    It might say "Science" but it also contains plenty of Math resources with good overviews, images, diagrams and more.
  • Ask Dr Math!
    Useful, teacher-approved website that has a good database of searchable math questions that other high school students have asked in the past.
  • National Library of Virtual Manipulatives  
    A library of uniquely interactive, web-based virtual manipulatives.



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Off Campus?

If you are using library databases from off-campus, find the passwords here.

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