Nebraska Authors

Mervin Laverne Keedy

Born 1920-08-02 Bushnell, NE

Author Of

  • Nonfiction

Keywords

Mathematics; Physics

Education

B.S., 1946, University of Chicago
M.A., 1949, University of Nebraska
Ph.D. 1957

Occupation

Professor
Junior High School Director of Math and Physics

Places Worked

University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Peru State College
North Dakota State University
University of Maryland
Purdue University
Baltimore County (MD) Public Schools
U.S. Army Air Forces

Associations

American Mathematical Society
Mathematical Association of America
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

Bibliography

Laboratory Physics. 1953.
Elementary Logic for Secondary Schools. 1962.
Contemporary Second Year Algebra. 1963.
A Modern Introduction to Basic Mathematics. 1963.
Exploring Modern Mathematics. 1963.
Number Systems: A Modern Introduction. 1965.
Geometry: A Modern Introduction. 1965.
Contemporary Algebra and Trigonometry. 1966.
Exploring Elementary Algebra. 1967.
Exploring Geometry. 1967.
Relations Functions and Graphs. 1967.
Trigonometry: A Programmed Text. 1969.
Trigonometry: A Programmed Text. 1969.
Arithmetic, a Modern Approach. 1975.
Intermediate Algebra, a Modern Approach. 1975
Algebra and Trigonometry: A Functions Approach. 1978.
Fundamental Algebra and Trigonometry. 1981.

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