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Maths on the Back of an Envelope: Clever Ways to (Roughly) Calculate Anything How Many Cats Are There In The World What S The Chance Of Winning The Lottery Twice And Just How Long Does It Take To Count To A Million Learn How To Tackle Tricky Maths Problems With Nothing But The Back Of An Envelope, A Pencil And Some Good Old Fashioned Brain Power Join Rob Eastaway As He Takes An Entertaining Look At How To Figure Without A Calculator Packed With Amusing Anecdotes, Quizzes, And Handy Calculation Tips For Every Situation, Maths On The Back Of An Envelope Is An Invaluable Introduction To The Art Of Estimation And A Welcome Reminder That Sometimes Our Own Brain Is The Best Tool We Have To Deal With Numbers PLEASE NOTE When You Purchase This Title, The Accompanying Reference Material Will Be Available In Your Library Section Along With The Audio On Our Desktop Site


About the Author: Rob Eastaway

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5 thoughts on “Maths on the Back of an Envelope: Clever Ways to (Roughly) Calculate Anything

  1. says:

    I have started using the material here to pose problems for my students in class and also as part of a weekly puzzle challenge There have been some really good debates about these, with even normally disengaged students joining in.


  2. says:

    I ve just started a maths course and this book has given me ideas for at least getting a ball park figure before submitting my answersRecommended.


  3. says:

    I love mathematics This engaging book is one of many of its kind It is very useful in everyday life, for educational establishments and parties The author reminds us of something very important, namely that we should be wary of numbers that are in fact at best guessestmates These


  4. says:

    Author Rob Eastaway puts in writing many of the things that irk me hazardous space about 20 to 40 metres absurdly converted to the nearest inch as 65 ft 7 inches to 131 ft 2 inches for example Eastwood did explain some concepts that I just hadn t thought of It should be required reading fo


  5. says:

    Nice recreational maths book for light reading and interesting problems.


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