The following texts served as authorities whenever I wanted
to confirm formulas, definitions, or theorems:
Coxeter, H.M. and Greitzer, S. L. Geometry
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Gradshteyn, I.S. and Ryzhik, I.M. Table
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Gullberg, Jan. Mathematics:
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Standard Mathematical Tables,
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Stewart, James. Calculus:
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Moore, David S. and McCabe, George P. Introduction
to the Practice of Statistics. W.H. Freeman, 1993.
To supplement my personal understanding of math terminology in common
usage, I scoured the glossaries and/or indices of the following sources:
Brown, Advanced Mathematics: Precalculus with Discrete Mathematics,
Teacher's Edition. McDougal Littell, 1997.
Brown, Dolciani, et al. Algebra and Trigonometry: Structure and
Method, Book 2. Houghton Mifflin, 1990.
Foerster, Paul A. Algebra I, Teacher's Edition. Addison-Wesley,
Foerster, Paul A. Algebra and Trigonometry, Teacher's Edition. Addison-Wesley,
Hollowell, Schultz, Ellis, Engelbrecht, Hatfield, Litwiller, and
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Hornsby, E. John and Lial, Margaret L. A Graphical Approach to Precalculus.
Harper Collins, 1996.
O’Nan, Michael. Linear Algebra, 2nd edition. Harcourt Brace
Larson, Roland E. and Hostetler, Robert P. Precalculus. Houghton
Rossman, Allan J. and von Oehsen, J. Barr. Workshop Statistics.
Great Source Education Group. Math on Call: A Mathematics Handbook.
Houghton Mifflin, 1997.