Math Concepts Everyone Should Know (And Can Learn)




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ISBN-10 / ISBN-13B01EYW816O / 978B01EYW8166
AuthorMetin Bektas
Binding TypeKindle Edition
Number Of Pages107
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Has anyone ever told you that math can be incredibly exciting? If not, let me be the first to do so and back that up with a book that shall convince you. To start reading, you don't need to have any prior knowledge as any topic will be explained gently and using plenty of examples. You will learn how to count combinations, compute probabilities, measure power, solve geometric problems and evaluate surveys. On top of that, we will also have a look at the fascinating secrets that the concept of infinity holds. Sounds good? I told you math is exciting ... but please, don't take my word for it, see for yourself.

From the author of the "Great Formulas Explained" series, the "Math Shorts" series, "The Book of Forces" and many other mathematics and popular science books. Get to know mathematics from a new perspective!
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