Books can be useful for finding topic overviews and learning fundamental principles. Here are some in the collection:
You can find books, journals, conference proceedings and other materials on mathematics, on the Library shelves, under the following call numbers:
Subject heading | Call number |
Mathematics | 510 |
General principles | 511 |
Mathematical logic | 511.3 |
Algebra and number theory | 512 |
Topology | 514 |
Analysis | 515 |
Geometry | 516 |
Trigonometry | 516.2 |
Probability and applied mathematics | 519 |
Remember the Library has a growing collection of ebooks you can access through the Library catalogue.
Use the Library catalogue find books, journals and videos in the collection.
Look for the clues:
Clue 1: Specialised publisher in the field: For example, a university press.
Clue 2: Reputable author/creator: Look for the authors' qualifications.
Clue 3: Includes cited references and a bibliography.
For more help watch the short Library video: Scholarly sources explained (2 mins 45 secs).
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