Mathematical Byways: In Ayling, Beeling, and Ceiling by Hugh ApSimon

By Hugh ApSimon

Special and hugely unique, Mathematical Byways is a piece of leisure arithmetic, a set of inventive difficulties, their much more creative ideas, and extensions of the problems--left unsolved here--to additional stretch the brain of the reader. the issues are set in the framework of 3 villages--Ayling, Beeling, and Ceiling--their population, and the relationships (spacial and social) among them. the issues should be solved with little formal mathematical wisdom, even supposing so much require massive suggestion and psychological dexterity, and recommendations are all essentially expounded in non-technical language. Stimulating and weird, this e-book proves what Hugh ApSimon has identified all alongside: arithmetic will be enjoyable!

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