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Secrets of Mental Math: The Mathemagician's Guide to Lightning Calculation and Amazing Math Tricks Paperback – August 8, 2006
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Title: Secrets of Mental Math( The Mathemagician's Guide to Lightning Calculation and Amazing Math Tricks) <>Binding: Paperback <>Author: ArthurBenjamin <>Publisher: ThreeRiversPress(CA)
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This book opened up my mathematical mind so much that it was done wonders for my mind.
Who knows where this can take me?
They definitely don't teach this in the public school system? I wonder why.....it's not hard to figure out that one.
I was almost in tears knowing what my mathematical mind was capable of while reading this book.
You will learn how to add, subtract, divide, multiply and perform square roots with only YOUR MIND.
Great book. If you're interesting in learning how to calculate math inside of your head then this book is definitely for you.
If you are studying college level maths it will certainly help you impress your friends (though it deals with raw calculation rather than complex theories), but that's not really who the book is aimed at. These are skills you can use, and that will help you every time you go shopping for groceries, when you're trying to figure out the interest on your credit card, or trying to figure out a fair tip.
It's not for the lazy reader though, as each of the skills, useful as they are - require some amount of practice. Don't be put off, it is really only a little effort for a huge return, but it certainly isn't passive knowledge.
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