Excellent Resource for Secondary Mathematics studentsMATHEMATICS MADE EASY: MEASUREMENT THEORYMathematics Made Easy: Measurement Theory is a Secondary Mathematics book designed to assist students in both the high school and homeschool environment. This book covers the topics that relate to Measurement Theory Problems. These include:
Since 1973, Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletins have offered practical, hands-on instructions designed to help readers master dozens of country living skills quickly and easily. There are now more than 170 titles in this series, and their remarkable popularity reflects the common desire of country and city dwellers alike to cultivate personal independence in everyday life.
Quick and Easy Healthy Recipes: Paleo, Vegan and Gluten-Free Cooking for a Healthy Lifestyle Healthy eating may not be as simple as opening a packaged food or grabbing a burger, but being tired and gaining weight, is no fun either. This book is designed with the easiest, tastiest and quickest ways to feed your hunger, plus feed your body with missing protein, vitamins and minerals, that you have been losing in settling for processed and fatty foods. You can have it all by learning what needs to be traded, how to prepare, and blending mixtures that deliver texture, taste and fulfillment of an appetite. There are several different ways to look at creating your own personal diet and this book addresses the best of the crop. Paleolithic, Vegan, and Gluten-Free are three of the most efficient and healthy proven diets for losing weight, controlling blood pressure naturally, and finally getting that cholesterol under control.
"So many books have been published on the subject of design and the topic has been attacked from so many different points of view that one wonders sometimes whether the field is not altogether covered. There are so infinite a number of angles from which the subject may be viewed however, that every addition is welcome. As might be guessed from the title "A Text-Book of Design," is intended primarily as a text book and is arranged accordingly. The fact that both authors have been university instructors, one in the University of Illinois and the other at Harvard is a guarantee that the book fills its place in this respect. To our mind the idea of a text-book and a book for general reading is rather incompatible and for that reason we doubt whether it will have as wide an appeal as the authors think in their preface. The excellent selection and use of illustrations by which the principles are developed make it valuable, however, to anyone who wishes to establish in his own mind the standard of pure design."
What do you do when your PC packs up? Is it a hardware or software fault? How do you decide what to do first and how do you go about trying to cure the problem? This book aims to help the reader to logically tackle the problems that might be encountered whilst using a PC.