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Geometry - tutorial and practice problems Geometry  - tutorial and practice problems

Covering everything a student would encounter in a high school or college course, Idiot's Guides: Geometry explains concepts in the easiest possible manner. Content includes everything from the basics of geometry; reasoning and proof; triangles; quadrilaterals; area and volume; similarity, perpendicular and parallel lines; and much more. This all-new book integrates a practice problems section to reinforce lessons. In addition, a glossary of geometry terms, postulates, and theorems provides a qu

Jul 4, 2014
Rocks and minerals of the United States - quick guide Rocks and minerals of the United States - quick guide

Jul 10, 2014
Science mysteries explained Science mysteries explained

"Why do stars twinkle? Why are the eyes of hurricanes so calm? Why do some chemicals explode when combined and others don't? Why do magnets attract or repel each other? These are just a few of the compelling mysteries of science explored in this fun and fascinating guide."--back cover.

Jul 10, 2014
Starlight detectives - how astronomers, inventors, and eccentrics discovered the modern universe Starlight detectives - how astronomers, inventors, and eccentrics discovered the modern universe

Jul 9, 2014
The American Heritage student science dictionary. The American Heritage student science dictionary.

Entries with definitions of basic scientific terms are accompanied by illustrations, "Did You Know" sidebars, and explanatory notes.

Jul 7, 2014
The chemistry of alchemy - from dragon's blood to donkey dung, how chemistry was forged The chemistry of alchemy - from dragon's blood to donkey dung, how chemistry was forged

Jul 7, 2014
The double helix structure of DNA - James Watson, Francis Crick, Maurice Wilkins, and Rosalind Franklin The double helix structure of DNA - James Watson, Francis Crick, Maurice Wilkins, and Rosalind Franklin

Discusses the work of four scientists whose discoveries led to an understanding of DNA's structure and the way it functions.

Jul 10, 2014