The Maths Handbook Everyday Maths Made Simple

by Dr. Richard Elwes

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The Maths Handbook Everyday Maths Made Simple Synopsis

This is the perfect introduction for those who have a lingering fear of maths. If you think that maths is difficult, confusing, dull or just plain scary, then The Maths Handbook is your ideal companion. Covering all the basics including fractions, equations, primes, squares and square roots, geometry and fractals, Dr Richard Elwes will lead you gently towards a greater understanding of this fascinating subject. Even apparently daunting concepts are explained simply, with the assistance of useful diagrams, and with a refreshing lack of jargon. So whether you're an adult or a student, whether you like Sudoku but hate doing sums, or whether you've always been daunted by numbers at work, school or in everyday life, you won't find a better way of overcoming your nervousness about numbers and learning to enjoy making the most of mathematics.

The Maths Handbook Everyday Maths Made Simple Press Reviews

'Elwes takes the key concepts, perfectly illustrates them with practical examples and easy-to-follow explanations, tests us with quizzes, and applies the principles to everyday situations. The effect is strangely liberating, and you might soon find yourself acquiring a love of logarithms and a respect for reflex quadrilaterals'
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ISBN: 9781782069454
Publication date: 05/06/2014
Publisher: Quercus Publishing Plc
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9781782069454
Publication date: 5th June 2014
Author: Dr. Richard Elwes
Publisher: Quercus Publishing Plc
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 304 pages
Genres: eBook Favourites, Popular Science,
Categories: Mathematics,

About Dr. Richard Elwes

Dr Richard Elwes is a writer, teacher and researcher in Mathematics and a Visiting Fellow at the University of Leeds. He contributes to New Scientist and Plus Magazine and publishes research on model theory. He is the author of Mathematics 1001 published by Quercus.

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