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Source: Educational App Store. (2017, July 17). 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Math! https://www.educationalappstore.com/blog/10-things-you-didnt-know-about-math/.
Welcome to the Library's Mathematics Subject Guide!
This guide provides an overview of the Library's recommended materials related to mathematics, including databases, books, journals, reference materials and other resources, print or digital, that are accessible through different websites and platforms.
Mathematics is the primary language spoken in science, logic, computer, architecture, agriculture, economics, astronomy, electronics, statistics, physics, navigation, and more. No single science or a branch of knowledge can exist without mathematics. This guide provides an overview of The Library's recommended databases, books, journals, reference and other resources, printed and electronic, that are accessible through the Library and other free online sources on topics related to mathematics.
The print mathematics collection is organized in alignment with Class QA of the Library of Congress Classification. It includes the following subclasses:
QA1-43 - General
QA47-59 - Tables
QA71-90 - Instruments and machines
QA101-(145) - Elementary Mathematics, Arithmetic
QA150-272.5 - Algebra
QA273-280 - Probabilities, Mathematical Statistics
QA299.6-433 - Analysis
QA440-699 - Geometry, Trigonometry, Topology
QA801-939 - Analytic Mechanics
The print mathematics collection is located in Tier 1 of the Library. It spreads from shelf 1.1.21A to shelf 1.4.8A (see map below).
Here are some useful quick links that you may want to visit while using this guide.