## Math books

 https://notendur.hi.is/hei2/teaching/Polya_HowToSolveIt.pdf How to Solve It (1945) is a small volume by mathematician George Pólya describing methods of problem solving. How to Solve It suggests the following steps when solving a mathematical problem: First, you have to understand the problem. After understanding, then make a plan. Carry out the plan. Look back on your work. How could it be better? If this technique fails, Pólya advises: “If you can’t solve a problem, then there is an easier problem you can solve: find it.” Or: “If you cannot solve the proposed problem, try to solve first some related problem. Could you imagine a more accessible related problem?” http://www.hexagon.edu.vn Problem-Solving Methods in Combinatorics – An Approach to Olympiad Problems, Pablo Soberón https://makedonka.files.wordpress.com/2009/09/risto-malceski-predavanja-po-vektorska-i-linearna-algebra1.pdf Vector and Linear Algebra by Professor Risto Malcevski, Skopje, 2007 Content: Determinants of the second and third row, vector algebra, analytical geometry in space, linear algebra. https://www.lap-publishing.com/catalog/details/store/fr/book/978-3-659-79405-6/introduction-of-discrete-and-continuous-random-variable?search=introduction%20of%20discrete%20and%20continuous%20random%20variable Introduction of discrete and continuous random variable – Zoran Trifunov, Elena Karamazova, Tatjana Atanasova-Pachemska. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing (2015-11-03) Content: Introduction and solved examples with visualization of discrete and continuous random variables. http://eprints.ugd.edu.mk/8738/1/Matematika%20ucebnik-e%20repozitorium.pdf Mathematics – Tatjana A. Pacemska, Limonka Lazarova. This is a textbook with included examples, for the students in higher classes of secondary school. The content are topics from calculus. http://www.zanichelli.it/home/ Zanichelli is an Italian publishing house that publishes textbooks for schools. It has also a site rich of online resources , especially for high school: exercises, classes, interactive tests, problems and realities. http://www.lorenzopantieri.net/Matematica.html Here we find the math ebooks that a teacher has written for classes of a high school. Problem Solving Strategies by Arthur Engel The book “Problem Solving Strategies” by Arthur Engel, editors SPRINGER, was written as an aid for the preparation of the German teams that were to participate in the IMO competition. With this goal in view, it is a demanding book but clearly it is still very useful for developing problem solving skills. As it is specified in the preface to the book it aims at any individual that is interested in solving tough and interesting problems based on school mathematics. The book presents various strategies and for each of them it starts with typical examples illustrating the main ideas involved. Then it goes on to present many problems and explain their solutions. It can be used in a regular mathematics class at the upper secondary cycle of a school as a supplement to the work related to the ordinary syllabus for purposes of enriching the learning process and for identifying the value of doing mathematics. The book obviously concentrates on tough approaches and examples thus making it difficult for the average teacher and student This book is a challenge for anyone that wants to enrich his/ hers mathematical skills and particularly the problem skills. It is a source for those interested in participating in mathematics competitions. http://www.hms.gr/competitions/home?q=node/614 It contains various notes on special topics of mathematics suitable for mathematical competitions. Problems in elementary mathematics for home study, by N. ANTONOV, M. VYGODSKY, V. NIKITIN, A> SANKIN. Translated from the Russian by Leonid Levant. MIR PUBLISHERS, MOSCOW 1974 Problems in elementary Mathematics  by V. LIDSKY, L. OVSYANNIKOV, A. TULAIKOV, M. SHABUNIN. Translated from the Russian by V. VOLOSOV, MIR PUBLISHERS, MOSCOW 1973 Heron, J. ( 1999 ) The complete facilitator’s handbook.London:Kogan Page. Tough, A. (1979 ) The adult’s  learning  project’s. Toronto: Ontario Institute  for students in Education. JohanesLehman ( 1980 ) Kurzweil durchMathe. Leipzig :Urania – Verlag. Сергеева Т. Ф., Пронина Н. А.,Сечкарева Е. В. (2011 ) Система работiъ с одареннiъми детъми: теория и практика