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About this book

What's maths all about?
What's maths all about?

  • A fascinating book about maths and its role in our lives.
  • Discover what numbers are, how they help describe the world around us, and find out how brilliant mathematicians have changed the world.
  • With humorous illustrations help to bring to life the history of mathematics and famous mathematicians.
  • Covers a wide range of maths topics, including algebra, geometry, charts and statistics.
“An excellent resource to help parents help children with tricky maths topics.”
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The book is packed with information which helps understanding of all aspects of maths, with plenty of tips to help with questions. The explanations are clear and understandable and the book is presented in such a way that it makes a very interesting read. The humorous illustrations and speech bubbles enliven the book and go to show that maths is not boring.
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Colourful drawings bring the numbers to life so that even simultaneous equations start to make sense.
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