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Maths in Bite-sized Chunks

Extent: 192pages

Size: 198x129mm

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Price: £9.99

ISBN: 9781782438465

Categories: Maths & English

About the Book

Let the real world show you how maths works.

Maths is often cited as the ‘most difficult’ or ‘complex’ subject to study, many people admitting to a wariness that was probably ingrained into them in their schooldays. In Maths in Bite-sized Chunks, Chris Waring proves that it’s easy to break the subject down into accessible, understandable information, much of which, in fact, we use in one way or another every day of our lives.

Each chapter takes readers through the theory, demonstrating how to master it with worked-through problems and examples from the real world. Topics that once seemed impenetrable suddenly become relatable and easier to unpick. So whether it’s algebra or statistics that once had you flummoxed, get ready for a new way of being mathematically minded.

Publication Date: 05/04/2018

Price: £5.99

ISBN: 9781782438489

Categories: Maths & English

About the Book

Let the real world show you how maths works.

Maths is often cited as the ‘most difficult’ or ‘complex’ subject to study, many people admitting to a wariness that was probably ingrained into them in their schooldays. In Maths in Bite-sized Chunks, Chris Waring proves that it’s easy to break the subject down into accessible, understandable information, much of which, in fact, we use in one way or another every day of our lives.

Each chapter takes readers through the theory, demonstrating how to master it with worked-through problems and examples from the real world. Topics that once seemed impenetrable suddenly become relatable and easier to unpick. So whether it’s algebra or statistics that once had you flummoxed, get ready for a new way of being mathematically minded.

About the Author

Chris Waring was born in London. After a degree in Mechanical Engineering at Imperial College London and a short yet disastrous career as a headhunter, he became a maths teacher. Since then he has taught small children and Oxbridge candidates and everybody in between. He has written I Used to Know That: Maths (2010) and From 0 to Infinity in 26 Centuries (2012) for Michael O'Mara Books. He lives in York.