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Maths in Minutes: 200 Key Concepts Explained In An Instant Both Simple And Accessible, Maths In Minutes Is A Visually Led Introduction To Key Mathematical Ideas Each Concept Is Quick And Easy To Remember, Described By Means Of An Easy To Understand Picture And A Maximum Word Explanation Concepts Span All Of The Key Areas Of Mathematics, Including Fundamentals Of Mathematics, Sets And Numbers, Geometry, Equations, Limits, Functions And Calculus, Vectors And Algebra, Complex Numbers, Combinatorics, Number Theory, Metrics And Measures And Topology Incredibly Quick Clear Artworks And Simple Explanations That Can Be Easily Remembered Based On Scientific Research That The Brain Best Absorbs Information Visually Compact And Portable Format The Ideal, Handy Reference

About the Author: Paul Glendinning

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8 thoughts on “Maths in Minutes: 200 Key Concepts Explained In An Instant

  1. says:

    This is an excellent little book It s one of those gems produced by someone who really understands a field of knowledge and who can choose well how to present its key ideas.I read as a reminder of much maths I had learned at school, but not been able to pursue beyond it Al

  2. says:

    I came across this book by accident when I was looking for novels written by Victoria Glendinning It turns out that the author of this book Prof Paul Glendinning is her son.I ve ony read the first 15% in detail and I have been quite impressed, enough to award it 4 stars When I have

  3. says:

    Like the other Things in Short Times books, Maths in Minutes is a great sum up of major mathematical areas which seem to be the same as the principal areas of maths in education to college level Namely, numbers, sets, sequences, geometry, algebra, calculus, vectors matrices, abstract algebr

  4. says:

    Excellent book summarising maths principles I m an old guy, wishing to refresh my understanding, and it has been ideal for that.

  5. says:

    Definitely worth a read for anyone studying maths or interested in the subject, who is after an easy to follow, swift and cleverly collaborated overview within each major field of mathematics I found this book great due to the simplicity in describing many principles, and made previously studied subjects eas

  6. says:

    Not very good

  7. says:

    This book is just fantastic.I bought the book as a way to explain to my children that there is to maths than just sums algebra and to try to encourage them to study the subject beyond the basics at GCSE I have hardly seen the book since it arrived as my daughter has taken it to school every day and then comes home to expound

  8. says:

    A very interesting source of information which I have been able to use to check back over what I remember and still understand of maths learned at an earlier part of my life and even used some at my work as an Engineer at times..I did not understand all items there are many but will continue to dip into this booklet I am 80 years of a

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