This manual is written to accompany Mathematical Interest Theory by Leslie Jane Federer Vaaler and James W. Daniel. . It includes detailed solutions to the odd-numbered problems. There are solutions to 239 problems, and sometimes more than one way to reach the answer is presented . In keeping with the presentation of the text, calculator discussion for the Texas Instruments BAII Plus or BAII Plus Professional calculators is typeset in a different font from the rest of the text.(1+0*-. 1. j aquot;HI/ The identity stated in this problem generalizes Equation (3.2.18), and we gave two different proofs of that equation on page 120. Once again, it is possible to give a second proof based on thinking about two different ways youanbsp;...
|Title||:||Student Solutions Manual for Mathematical Interest Theory|
|Author||:||Leslie Jane Federer Vaaler|
|Publisher||:||MAA - 2008-10|