# SOCR Books

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+ | ===[http://books.google.com/books?id=IY9ZvDVxpeoC Playful Math]=== | ||

+ | * Author: '''Arturas Medonis''' | ||

+ | * Summary: ''Playful Math'' is intended as a series of notebook type publications gradually introducing basic math concepts in a playful environment. Examples, grid space for self-discoveries, hands-on activity templates will provide you opportunity to drill the same technique with different numbers. Random numbers here are brought exactly for this specific purpose. On the way, your inner prodigy will be nurtured. 1+3+5=3*3: those numbers are not ordinary numbers. 5-year-old prodigy child discovered them. He had fun with numbers all his life and later was called Mozart of mathematics. You definitely want to follow the discovery. | ||

+ | * Published by Lulu.com, 2006 | ||

+ | * ISBN 1847283675, 9781847283672, 116 pages | ||

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## Revision as of 19:49, 19 August 2008

## Contents |

## SOCR Educational Materials - SOCR Books

## Electronic SOCR Books

## Books Referencing SOCR Resources

### Food Security, Poverty and Nutrition Analysis: Statistical Methods and Policy Application

The International Food Policy Research Institute, a publicly funded, not-for-profit international research institution, whose main audience is located in developing countries, used the SOCR T-distribution table in a recently published book.

- Authors: IFPRI researchers,
**Suresh Babu**and**Prabuddha Sanyal**. - Book Title:
*Food Security, Poverty and Nutrition Analysis: Statistical Methods and Policy Application*. - Publisher: Elsevier.
- Publication date: December 2008.

### Playful Math

- Author:
**Arturas Medonis** - Summary:
*Playful Math*is intended as a series of notebook type publications gradually introducing basic math concepts in a playful environment. Examples, grid space for self-discoveries, hands-on activity templates will provide you opportunity to drill the same technique with different numbers. Random numbers here are brought exactly for this specific purpose. On the way, your inner prodigy will be nurtured. 1+3+5=3*3: those numbers are not ordinary numbers. 5-year-old prodigy child discovered them. He had fun with numbers all his life and later was called Mozart of mathematics. You definitely want to follow the discovery. - Published by Lulu.com, 2006
- ISBN 1847283675, 9781847283672, 116 pages

- SOCR Home page: http://www.socr.ucla.edu

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