# Math Problems and Solutions Guide ISBN: 978-0-9657300-1-8 $24.95

*Understanding Mathematics: From Counting to Calculus *can be used by nearly anyone since it covers all math topics from 1 st grade through college. It can be used as a supplement to another math program or as a refresher course for parents, and it can be used by itself as a math course if you add in the companion book, *Math Problems and Solutions Guide*. This book contains over 10,000 problems and solutions.

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David is a senior member of the technical staff at Jet Propulsion Laboratory and has been working at JPL on computer vision and robotics for 15 years. He did his undergraduate study in Electrical Engineer at Caltech and participated in the Putnam Mathematical Competitions, that he started to participate in his high school years. He enjoys working on challenging math problems in his spare time. He writes math problems and solutions and contribute to math magazines.

Parents may notice that student homework looks a little different this year. Rather than a long list of homework math problems that are all fundamentally the same, parents may see math homework that contains fewer problems and different kinds of problems that are more in-depth. Students may be asked to write about their math problems and solutions. In English language arts, students should be reading both informational text as well as literary texts. At the high school level, the course titles in mathematics may be different, but the same college-preparatory math will be covered. There are 24 chapters in

*Understanding Mathematics: From Counting to Calculus*. Some of the chapter titles are "Addition and Subtraction," "Fractions," and "Negative Numbers" (in the Elementary Mathematics section), "Functions," "Geometry," and "Trigonometry" (in the Intermediate Mathematics section), and "Logarithms," "The Derivative," and "The Integral" (in the Advanced Mathematics Section). Each of the 24 chapters is further broken down into short sections, and each section includes easy-to-understand explanations of the concept being presented, along with several examples. The examples are taught step by step, so the concepts are covered thoroughly. In

*Math Problems and Solutions Guide*, there are several problems for the student to work, and these problems correspond to the sections in

*Understanding Mathematics: From Counting to Calculus*.