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Tom Pirnot received his bachelor's degree in music from Wilkes College and his PhD in mathematics from The Pennsylvania State University
Tom Pirnot received his bachelor's degree in music from Wilkes College and his PhD in mathematics from The Pennsylvania State University. He taught both mathematics and computer science at Kutztown University for thirty eight years. He has long been an innovator in liberal arts mathematics, writing his first text Mathematics: Tools and Models with Dalton Hunkins in 1977 which introduced topics such as apportionment, graph theory, and modeling to liberal arts students.
by Tom Pirnot (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0134434681. Why is ISBN important? ISBN. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.
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Tom Pirnot, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania. Instead of simply presenting the students with an equation or method and asking them to repeat the procedure, I explain the thinking behind the subject so they have a better grasp of the material and an easier time with the work.
Author(s): Thomas L. Pirnot. Mathematics All Around (ebook). Published March 2nd 2017 by Pearson. ISBN: 0321567978 (ISBN13: 9780321567970).
Mathematics All Around.
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Pirnot’s Mathematics All Around offers the supportive and patient writing style that students need to overcome that apprehension, developing useful skills through realistic applications that can be seen in the world around them. Relevant and approachable, the author’s tone resembles the support students would receive during an instructor’s office hours.