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Mathematics for the Life Sciences
Erin N. Bodine, Suzanne Lenhart & Louis J. Gross

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Preface [in PDF format] | Chapter 1 [in PDF format] | Table of Contents [PDF only]

ADDITIONAL ENDORSEMENTS:

"This spectacular book develops the reader’s ability to quantitatively analyze problems arising in biology, and illustrates the great utility of mathematical models and computing to provide answers to key questions. The biological examples and student projects are excellent."--Carlos Castillo-Chavez, Arizona State University

"This is a good introductory text for life sciences undergraduates who do not have a strong background in mathematics and need to familiarize themselves with core math concepts and their applications to biology. The problems and examples are well chosen, and the book is written in a style that is clear and makes it easy for students to use on their own."--Joceline Lega, University of Arizona

There are no other books quite like this one on the market. Other texts on the subject do not have nearly the amount of statistics and probability that this one has, nor do they do as much to help build practical MATLAB skills. The abundance of data-driven examples, exercises, and student projects also sets this book apart from its competitors."Trachette L. Jackson, University of Michigan

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