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Mathematical Association of America
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- A fresh start for collegiate mathematics : rethinking the courses below calculus
- A guide to elementary number theory
- An episodic history of mathematics : mathematical culture through problem solving
- Applications of mathematics in economics
- Beyond the quadratic formula
- Calculus deconstructed : a second course in first-year calculus
- Charming proofs : a journey into elegant mathematics
- Combined membership list of the American Mathematical Society and the Mathematical Association of America
- Counterexamples in calculus
- Elementary cryptanalysis : a mathematical approach
- Excursions in classical analysis : pathways to advanced problem solving and undergraduate research
- Fourier series and orthogonal polynomials
- Functions, data and models : an applied approach to college algebra
- Geometric transformations, IV, Circular transformations
- Graph theory : a problem oriented approach
- Harmonic analysis
- International mathematical olympiads 1959-1977
- Library recommendations for undergraduate mathematics
- Lie groups : a problem-oriented introduction via matrix groups
- Martin Gardner in the twenty-first century
- Mathematical gems III
- Mathematical miniatures
- Mathematical reviews
- Mathematical time capsules : historical modules for the mathematics classroom
- Vectors and matrices
- Writing projects for mathematics courses : crushed clowns, cars, and coffee to go
- Topics in applied mathematics
- U.S.A. mathematical olympiads, 1972-1986
- U.S.A. mathematical olympiads, 1972-1986
- Writing mathematics well : a manual for authors
- Mathematics and sports
- Mathematics galore! : the first five years of the St. Mark's Institute of Mathematics
- Mathematics magazine
- NBS-NIA, the Institute for Numerical Analysis, UCLA 1947-1954
- Professional opportunities in the mathematical sciences
- Rediscovering mathematics : you do the math
- Resources for preparing middle school mathematics teachers
- Resources for teaching discrete mathematics : classroom projects, history modules, and articles
- Selected papers on calculus
- She does math! : real-life problems from women on the job
- Social choice and the mathematics of manipulation
- The American mathematical monthly : the official journal of the Mathematical Association of America
- The MAA problem book II : annual high school contests of the Mathematical Association of America, 1961-1965
- The beauty of fractals : six different views
- The contest problem book : problems from the annual high school contests of the Mathematical Association of America
- The contest problem book I : annual high school mathematics examinations, 1950-1960
- The contest problem book II : annual high school contests, 1961-1965
- The contest problem book III : annual high school contests 1966-1972
- The contest problem book IV : annual high school examinations, 1973-1982
- The contest problem book IX : American Mathematics Competitions (AMC 12) 2001-2007
- The contest problem book VII : American Mathematics Competitions 1995-2000 contests
- The contest problem book VIII : American Mathematics Competitions (AMC 10), 2000-2007
- The place of mathematics in secondary education : the final report of the Joint Commission of the Mathematical Association of America and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

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