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Have you ever wanted to be a puzzle pro or logical luminary? Well, look no further! The perfect way to liven up your day, The Ultimate Mathematical Challenge has over 365 puzzles to test your wits and excite your mind. From starter puzzles to perplexing Olympiad problems designed to stretch even the strongest mathematicians, this book is the ideal forum to get your brain into gear and feed it with the challenges it craves. Specially curated from the UK Mathematics Trust's catalogue of puzzles, most of these problems can be tackled using no more than a little numerical knowledge, logical thinking and native wit. Including interludes of crossnumber conundrums and shuttle challenges, space for your working out and a handy glossary for those obscure mathematical terms, this book has everything you need to solve captivating problems all year round. Do you have what it takes to conquer The Ultimate Mathematical Challenge?
|Publication date:||1st November 2018|
|Author:||The UK Mathematics Trust|
|Publisher:||HarperCollins Publishers Ltd an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers|
|Primary Genre||Gift books|
Closing date: 04/07/2021
In this book you can immerse yourself in the joys of [...] the amazing buzz you get when you've struggled to crack a challenging puzzle and then suddenly you see a clever way to unlock the enigma.
- Marcus du Sautoy
The UK Mathematics Trust is well-known for its challenging and entertaining Maths problems circulated throughout numerous schools and colleges in the country. They are a registered charity responsible for the organisation and running of a wide range of mathematical competitions, including both individual and team challenges, the British Mathematical Olympiad, as well as UKMT Summer Schools and Mathematical Circles. Their puzzles and solutions are written by over 400 volunteers across the UK.More About The UK Mathematics Trust