by

Clive W. Humphris

Book Details

**Format:** EPUB

**Page count:** 497 pages

**File size:** 3.3 MB

**Protection:** DRM free

**Language:** English

Learn BASIC Programming for Mathematics V10 Home Study is a more interesting way to learn maths? Here you can learn Maths through writing simple BASIC Programming code. Based on a series of lecturers given at a Higher Education College where the author was able to generate a lasting understanding and interest in mathematics for adults in particular through teaching not maths, but BASIC language Computer Programming.

Students became hooked and were often found long after the class had ended still working on their assignments and producing work that was far in excess of what was required.

Using a programming style very similar to the BBC Micro computers of many years ago users are able to write simple (or complex) computer programs based on the VbScript language (a cut down version of Visual Basic) but with a user interface resembling BBC BASIC. The software is designed to work with any standard textbook where students can explore a problem and learn by programming it to find the solution usually not requiring much more than one line of code that can be checked against a given answer. Resulting in a far greater understanding than traditional methods of teaching maths.

eBook and educational software package at a tiny fraction of the previously published price.

Table of Contents, (Software 250 interactive topics) Introduction, Number Systems, Number Conversion, Number Types, Compound Measures, Roots, Angles and Parallels, Triangle Ratios, Triangle Angles, Percentages, Ratios, Fractions, Vectors, Geometry, Circle Angles, Area, Surface Area and Symmetry, Volume, Laws, Algebra 0., Algebra 1., Algebra 2., Mathematical Rules, Powers and Indices, Simplifying, Linear Equations, Graphing, Slope and Translation, Curves and Angle Conversion, Personal Finance, Data Analysis, Binary Numbers, Binary Arithmetic, Additional Notes.

Learn BASIC Programming for Mathematics V10 Home Study is a more interesting way to learn maths? Here you can learn Maths through writing simple BASIC Programming code. Based on a series of lecturers given at a Higher Education College where the author was able to generate a lasting understanding and interest in mathematics for adults in particular through teaching not maths, but BASIC language Computer Programming.

Students became hooked and were often found longâ€¦ (more)

Learn BASIC Programming for Mathematics V10 Home Study is a more interesting way to learn maths? Here you can learn Maths through writing simple BASIC Programming code. Based on a series of lecturers given at a Higher Education College where the author was able to generate a lasting understanding and interest in mathematics for adults in particular through teaching not maths, but BASIC language Computer Programming.

Students became hooked and were often found long after the class had ended still working on their assignments and producing work that was far in excess of what was required.

Using a programming style very similar to the BBC Micro computers of many years ago users are able to write simple (or complex) computer programs based on the VbScript language (a cut down version of Visual Basic) but with a user interface resembling BBC BASIC. The software is designed to work with any standard textbook where students can explore a problem and learn by programming it to find the solution usually not requiring much more than one line of code that can be checked against a given answer. Resulting in a far greater understanding than traditional methods of teaching maths.

eBook and educational software package at a tiny fraction of the previously published price.

Table of Contents, (Software 250 interactive topics) Introduction, Number Systems, Number Conversion, Number Types, Compound Measures, Roots, Angles and Parallels, Triangle Ratios, Triangle Angles, Percentages, Ratios, Fractions, Vectors, Geometry, Circle Angles, Area, Surface Area and Symmetry, Volume, Laws, Algebra 0., Algebra 1., Algebra 2., Mathematical Rules, Powers and Indices, Simplifying, Linear Equations, Graphing, Slope and Translation, Curves and Angle Conversion, Personal Finance, Data Analysis, Binary Numbers, Binary Arithmetic, Additional Notes.

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