An innovative and appealing way for the layperson to develop math skills–while actually enjoying it Most people agree that math is important, but few would say it’s fun. This book will show you that the subject you learned to hate in high school can be as entertaining as a witty remark, as engrossing as the mystery novel you can’t put down in short, fun! As veteran math educators Posamentier and Lehmann demonstrate, when you realize that doing math can be enjoyable, you open a door into a world of unexpected insights while learning an important skill. The authors illustrate the point with many easily understandable examples. One of these is what mathematicians call the “Ruth-Aaron pair” (714 and 715), named after the respective career home runs of Babe Ruth and Hank Aaron.
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