This LibGuide will assist students in various mathematics courses, including the senior research capstone (MATH 1951 and MATH 1952).

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**PittCat** is the main searching tool for all of the materials owned by the University Library System (ULS), including articles, books, ebooks, journal articles, ejournals, audio and video, digital images, government documents, microfilm and movies.

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These are just a few examples of mathematics-related books in Pitt's collection.

- Loving and Hating Mathematics by Reuben Hersh; Vera John-SteinerLoving and Hating Mathematics is about the hidden human, emotional, and social forces that shape mathematics and affect the experiences of students and mathematicians.
- The Mathematics of Various Entertaining Subjects by Jennifer Beineke (Editor); Jason Rosenhouse (Editor); Raymond Smullyan (Foreword by)The history of mathematics is filled with major breakthroughs resulting from solutions to recreational problems. This book presents fascinating problems and solutions in recreational mathematics.
- College Mathematics Through Baseball by Fred WorthTopics covered include logical fallacies, unit conversions, statistics, probability, finance, geometry, modeling and voting theory.
- Mathematical Writing by Franco VivaldiThis book teaches the art of writing mathematics, an essential -and difficult- skill for any mathematics student. Mathematical Writing will be of interest to all mathematics students who want to raise the quality of their coursework, reports, exams, and dissertations.

- Hidden Figures by Margot Lee ShetterlyThe phenomenal true story of the black female mathematicians at NASA whose calculations helped fuel some of America's greatest achievements in space.
- Albert Einstein by Albrecht Folsing; Ewald Osers (Translator)Albrecht Folsing, relying on previously unknown sources and letters, brings Einstein's "genius" into focus. He attempts to reconstruct Einstein's thought in the context of the state of research at the turn of the century.
- Rise of the Rocket Girls by Nathalia HoltIn the 1940s and 50s, when the newly minted Jet Propulsion Laboratory needed quick-thinking mathematicians to calculate velocities and plot trajectories, they didn't turn to male graduates. Rather, they recruited an elite group of young women who, with only pencil, paper, and mathematical prowess, transformed rocket design, helped bring about the first American satellites, and made the exploration of the solar system possible.
- God Created the Integers by Stephen Hawking (Editor)Bestselling author and physicist Stephen Hawking explores the "masterpieces" of mathematics, 25 landmarks spanning 2,500 years and representing the work of 15 mathematicians.
- Julia by Constance ReidJulia is the story of Julia Bowman Robinson, the gifted and highly original mathematician who during her lifetime was recognized in ways that no other woman mathematician had ever been recognized.

- Elementary linear algebra by Anton, HowardThe 10th edition is available at the Greensburg Campus Library.
- Practical applied mathematics by Howison, SamUse Get It to order this book from the Engineering Library.

You can request material through PittCat using Get It, even for material that we do not own. You must be signed in, then click on the item you need to see the full menu of options available.

Use 'Request' to receive print materials from a Pitt library or ULS - Thomas Blvd.

To make a request:

- Sign into your account in PittCat
- Find the item you want and click on the title
- Look for the Get It, Request options for the title.
- Follow the on-screen options to request your item
- You will be notified via your Pitt email address when the item is available

Additional questions? Please contact us so we can work with you to try and get the material you need.

You can request material through PittCat using Get It, even for material that we do not own. You must be signed in, then click on the item you need to see the full menu of options available.

Use 'Request' to receive a scanned book chapter or an article from print material.

To make a request:

- Sign into your account in PittCat
- Find the item you want and click on the title
- Look for the Get It, Request options for the title.
- Follow the on-screen options to request your item
- You will be notified via your Pitt email address when the item is available

Additional questions? Please contact us so we can work with you to try and get the material you need.

If you identify an item in PittCat that is not available through our collections, or if PittCat indicates that we have access to an item in error, you can request it through our Interlibrary Loan (ILL) service.

ILL services are available to Pitt students, staff and faculty with a valid Pitt ID and Pitt computing account

• Articles can be downloadable from your list of requests

• Loan periods and renewals vary depending on the lending institution

• A one-time user registration is required before making an ILL request. You will not need to re-enter personal information every time you make a request

Additional Questions? Please contact us so we can work with you to try and get the material you need.

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