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About the author


Ben Weng has been a college math educator for over two decades. He taught at Winona State University, Ramapo College of NJ and Metropolitan State University in Saint Paul MN, before becoming the STEM dean at the Minneapolis College. Ben is enthusiastic about sharing his passion for math with his students. He believes anyone can learn math and appreciate its beauty.
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Math Excursions for Liberal Arts
by Ben Weng

Overview


This is a college textbook for general education in mathematics.
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Description


You don't have to be an athlete to enjoy an exciting ballgame, or a musician to enjoy a good song, or an artist to enjoy a beautiful painting. You also don't need to be a mathematician to enjoy mathematics. This book is an exploration into interesting topics and intriguing discussions of mathematics. You won't find algebra drills in it, but an abundant supply of mathematical ideas, thought-provoking conversations, and examples and applications of math meaningful for the modern world.
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Overview


This is a college textbook for general education in mathematics.

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Description


You don't have to be an athlete to enjoy an exciting ballgame, or a musician to enjoy a good song, or an artist to enjoy a beautiful painting. You also don't need to be a mathematician to enjoy mathematics. This book is an exploration into interesting topics and intriguing discussions of mathematics. You won't find algebra drills in it, but an abundant supply of mathematical ideas, thought-provoking conversations, and examples and applications of math meaningful for the modern world.

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Book details

Genre:MATHEMATICS

Subgenre:General

Language:English

Pages:108

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9781667819006


Overview


This is a college textbook for general education in mathematics.

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Description


You don't have to be an athlete to enjoy an exciting ballgame, or a musician to enjoy a good song, or an artist to enjoy a beautiful painting. You also don't need to be a mathematician to enjoy mathematics. This book is an exploration into interesting topics and intriguing discussions of mathematics. You won't find algebra drills in it, but an abundant supply of mathematical ideas, thought-provoking conversations, and examples and applications of math meaningful for the modern world.

Read more

About the author


Ben Weng has been a college math educator for over two decades. He taught at Winona State University, Ramapo College of NJ and Metropolitan State University in Saint Paul MN, before becoming the STEM dean at the Minneapolis College. Ben is enthusiastic about sharing his passion for math with his students. He believes anyone can learn math and appreciate its beauty.

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