Benjamin Dickman
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Teaching fractions: the generalization problem
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Perhaps an even deeper problem is that, in school, students will frequently make use of the same identity when $a, b, c, d \in \mathbb{R}$. H.H. Wu discusses this in his Pre-Algebra text (MESE 1, MESE ...

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Simpler explanation for finding the vertex of a parabola
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This response is similar to some of what has already been written, but I thought it might be helpful to connect finding the vertex's $x$-coordinate with figuring out the roots given by the quadratic ...

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Open source lecture notes textbook in "introductory real analysis"
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(Migrated from the comments.) Below are two different textbooks that may fit the bill. First, note that the OP has previously asked a more general question about textbooks here on MSE. That earlier ...

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What are standard (or good) textbooks for undergraduate graph theory?
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The book that I used was Applied Combinatorics by Alan Tucker. There is a preview available for free on google books, link. Here is part of the table of contents: [FWIW: I mentioned this same book ...

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Recommendations for free, basic resource on discrete probability for a discrete structures class?
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I recommend examining the site Seeing Theory to see whether it suits your needs. There is a corresponding text draft (link) on which the authors are actively seeking feedback. It is a free, basic ...

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