## Matrix Algebra Exercise Book

**Author(s):** Paul Tsopméné

**Description:**The main goal of this exercise book is to help students learn the material more efficiently and get better results. The book contains problems with very detailed solutions, and it is self-contained, as the summary for every concept is provided.

## Calculus II for Management and Economics Exercise Book

**Author(s):** Paul Tsopméné

**Description:**The main goal of this exercise book is to help students learn the material more efficiently and get better results. The book contains problems with very detailed solutions, and it is self-contained, as the summary for every concept is provided.

## Calculus I for Management and Economics Exercise Book

**Author(s):** Paul Tsopméné

**Description:**The main goal of this exercise book is to help students learn the material more efficiently and get better results. The book contains problems with very detailed solutions, and it is self-contained, as the summary for every concept is provided.

## PLP: An Introduction to Mathematical Proof

**Author(s): **Seçkin Demirbaş, Andrew Rechnitzer

**Description:** An Introduction to Mathematical Proof is a textbook on mathematical thinking, logic and proof-writing that emphasizes not only mathematical correctness, but clarity of exposition and the building of intuition that is so critical to constructing proofs.

## Optimal, Integral, Likely: Optimization, Integral Calculus, and Probability for Students of Commerce and the Social Sciences

**Author(s): **Bruno Belevan, Parham Hamidi, Nisha Malhotra, Elyse Yeager

**Description:** Optimal, Integral, Likely is a free, open-source textbook intended for UBC’s course MATH 105: Integral Calculus with Applications to Commerce and Social Sciences.

## MATH 105 Probability Module

**Author(s): **UBC Department of Mathematics

**Description:** A set of open resources, which focus specifically on probability, for students in MATH 105 at UBC. The content on the MATH 105 Probability Module has been released into the public domain.

## The Infinite Series Module

**Author(s): **UBC Department of Mathematics

**Description:** The Math Exam Resources wiki is a community project started in March 2012 by graduate students at the UBC Math Department and it features hints and worked out solutions to past math exams. The goal of the project is to provide an open and free educational resource to undergraduate students taking math courses, with a strong emphasis for first and second year courses. The provided solutions do not simply provide what the answer is, but instead focus on the processes that it takes to solve the problem.

## CLP-4 Vector Calculus

**Author(s): **Joel Feldman, Andrew Rechnitzer, Elyse Yeager

**Description:** The CLP calculus textbooks and problem books were written for standard university Calculus 1, 2, 3, and 4 courses at the Department of Mathematics, UBC.This textbook covers Vector Calculus. There are chapters on curves, vector fields, surface integrals and integral theorems (such as the divergence theorem). It also includes an additional problem book that contains a curated collection of problems.

## CLP-3 Multivariable Calculus

**Author(s):** Joel Feldman, Andrew Rechnitzer and Elyse Yeager.

**Description:** The CLP calculus textbooks and problem books were written for standard university Calculus 1, 2, 3, and 4 courses at the Department of Mathematics, UBC.This textbook covers multivariable Calculus.

## CLP-2 Integral Calculus

**Author(s):**

Joel Feldman, Andrew Rechnitzer and Elyse Yeager.

**Description:**

The CLP calculus textbooks and problem books were written for standard university Calculus 1, 2, 3, and 4 courses at the Department of Mathematics, UBC. This textbook covers covers single variable Integral Calculus.

## CLP-1 Differential Calculus

**Author(s):** Joel Feldman, Andrew Rechnitzer and Elyse Yeager

**Description:**This textbook covers single variable differential calculus. It also includes an additional problem book that contains a curated collection of problems which are relevant to most Calculus-I courses.