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New Books: Mathematics
  1. Applied Calculus, Enhanced eText
      The 7th edition of Applied Calculus focuses on the "Rule of Four" (viewing problems graphically, numerically, symbolically, and verbally) to promote critical thinking to reveal solutions to mathematical problems. This approach reinforces the conceptual understanding necessary to reduce complicated problems to simple procedures without losing sight of the practical value of mathematics. In this edition, the authors continue their focus on introducing different perspectives for students with updated applications, exercises, and an increased emphasis on active learning. [528 Pages, E-Book]

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  2. Algebra and Applications 2
      This book is part of Algebra and Geometry, a subject within the SCIENCES collection published by ISTE and Wiley, and the second of three volumes specifically focusing on algebra and its applications. Algebra and Applications 2 centers on the increasing role played by combinatorial algebra and Hopf algebras, including an overview of the basic theories on non-associative algebras, operads and (combinatorial) Hopf algebras. The chapters are written by recognized experts in the field, providing insight into new trends, as well as a comprehensive introduction to the theory. The book incorporates self-contained surveys with the main results, applications and perspectives. The chapters in this volume cover a wide variety of algebraic structures and their related topics. Alongside the focal topic of combinatorial algebra and Hopf algebras, non-associative algebraic structures in iterated integrals, chronological calculus, differential equations, numerical methods, control theory, non-commutative symmetric functions, Lie series, descent algebras, Butcher groups, chronological algebras, Magnus expansions and Rota-Baxter algebras are explored. Algebra and Applications 2 is of great interest to graduate students and researchers. Each chapter combines some of the features of both a graduate level textbook and of research level surveys. [336 Pages, Hardcover]

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  3. What Retirees Want
      "Dychtwald and Morison offer a brilliant and convincing perspective: an essential re-think of what 'aging' and 'retirement' mean today and an invitation to help mobilize the best in the tidal wave of Boomer Third Agers." --Daniel Goleman, PhD, Author, Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ Throughout 99 percent of human history, life expectancy at birth was less than 18 years. Few people had a chance to age. Today, thanks to extraordinary medical, demographic, and economic shifts, most of us expect to live long lives. Consequently, the world is witnessing a powerful new version of retirement, driven by the power and needs of the Baby Boomer generation. Consumers over age 50 account for more than half of all spending and control more than 70% of our total net worth - yet are largely ignored by youth-focused marketers. How will work, family, and retirement be transformed to accommodate two billion people over the age of 60 worldwide? In the coming years, we'll see explosive business growth fueled by this unprecedented longevity revolution. What Retirees Want presents the culmination of 30 years of research by world-famous "Age Wave" expert Ken Dychtwald, Ph.D., and author and consultant Robert Morison. It explains how the aging of the Baby Boomers will forever change our lives, businesses, government programs, and the consumer marketplace. This exciting new stage of life, the "Third Age," poses daunting questions: * What will "old" look like in the years ahead? With continued advances in longevity, all of the traditional life-stage markers and boundaries will need to be adjusted. * What new products and services will boom as a result of this coming longevity revolution? * What unconscious ageist marketing practices are hurting people - and business growth? * Will the majority of elder boomers outlive their pensions and retirement savings and how can this financial disaster be prevented? * What incredible new technologies of medicine, life extension, and human enhancement await us in the near future? * What purposeful new roles can we create for elder boomers so that the aging nations of the Americas, Europe, and Asia capitalize on the upsides of aging? * Which pioneering organizations and companies worldwide have created marketing strategies and programs that resonate with the quirky and demanding Boomer generation? In this entertaining, thought-provoking, and wide-ranging book, Dychtwald and Morison explain how individuals, businesses, non-profits, and governments can best prepare for a new era - where the needs and demands of the "Third Age" will set the lifestyle, health, social, marketplace, and political priorities of generations to come. [320 Pages, Softcover]

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  4. The Way of the Wall Street Warrior
      A Wall Street Insider's Guide to getting ahead in any highly competitive industry "Dave learned how to win in investment banking the hard way. Now he is able to share tools that make it easier for budding bankers and other professionals to succeed." --Frank Baxter, Former CEO of Jefferies and U.S. Ambassador to Uruguay "A must-read for anyone starting their career in Corporate America. Dave's book shares witty and valuable insights that would take a lifetime to learn otherwise. I highly recommend that anyone interested in advancing their career read this book." --Harry Nelis, Partner of Accel and former Goldman Sachs banker In The Way of the Wall Street Warrior, 25-year veteran investment banker and finance professional, Dave Liu, delivers a humorous and irreverent insider's guide to thriving on Wall Street or Main Street. Liu offers hilarious and insightful advice on everything from landing an interview to self-promotion to getting paid. In this book, you'll discover: * How to get that job you always wanted * Why career longevity and "success" comes from doing the least amount of work for the most pay * How mastering cognitive biases and understanding human nature can help you win the rat race * How to make people think you're the smartest person in the room without actually being the smartest person in the room * How to make sure you do everything in your power to get paid well (or at least not get screwed too badly) * How to turn any weakness or liability into an asset to further your career [304 Pages, Hardcover]

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  5. Algebra and Trigonometry, 5th Edition Enhanced ePUB
      [1328 Pages, E-Book]

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