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Math Refresher for Adults: The Perfect Solution (Mastering Essential Math Skills)

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Other books in the series include: 'Black Holes and Uncle Albert' and 'Uncle Albert and the Quantum Quest'. How to Think Like a Mathematician is a great book that will set you on the right path toward, yes, thinking like a Mathematician. A Mathematicians Apology was written by the one of the century's finest mathematical thinkers who dedicated his time to pure mathematics and all its problems and theories.

The books twelve chapters are filled with absorbing puzzles, simple algebra and Bulgarian Solitaire, along with simple uncomplicated topics to tease our mathematical minds. Number and form are the essence of our world: from the patterns of the stars to the pulses of the market, from the beats of our hearts to catching a ball or tying our shoelaces. With chapters largely independent of one another and sections that lead upward from basic to more advanced discussions, readers can easily pick and choose areas of particular interest without impairing their understanding of subsequent parts. Highly challenging but also equally rewarding, it is wide-ranging and flexible, giving scope to students to determine their own workload and pattern.

Rather, it is designed to be read before arriving at university and/or before starting an Analysis course, or as a companion text once a course is begun.

Many do not consider mathematics as a recreational subject but Martin Gardiner has transformed what was once considered a serious subject into one that we mere mortals can understand.

The Ancient Egyptians used cryptography on a grand scale and no doubt would have been fascinated with today's Hi tech computer encryptions. This is the reason that this classic book is as readable today as it was when it was written decades ago. Chaos is not a text book therefore is not a study book but rather an interesting walk through the history and times of the Chaos theory. It is easy to see that Littlewood lived for his subject and enjoyed every minute of it, while his concise plain way of speaking relays the principles of maths in a readable way that is enjoyable even for the most basic of maths students. This collection by best-selling author David Wells, a Cambridge math scholar and teacher, includes more than 560 puzzles, from the "mind sharpeners" of a medieval monk to the eitheenth-century Ladies' Diary, the Hindu Bhakshali manuscript, and riddles and popular rhymes.

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