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“The Mathematics Book will be launched in the UK in April 2018 by Haese Mathematics.”

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The Mathematics Book

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We have created The Mathematics Book for grown-ups… especially ones who do not like mathematics! It is for parents, grandparents, teachers and any adult who does not know much mathematics, but would like to know more about this amazing subject. And it is also suitable for teenagers and even primary school students. This beautiful and stylish book will teach you the basics of middle high school mathematics, so that you no longer need to be frightened of fractions, anxious over algebra, or troubled by trigonometry! There are many colourful photographs and diagrams, lots of humour, and amusing poetry. And there is also fabulous music album, More Than Numbers, with a song for each chapter. Together, they will take you on a pleasure-filled journey to a higher level of mathematical understanding.

Smart, stylish, sexy, how-to-do-it book, with clever insights into the ideas, people, romance and history of all things maths.

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'Journey Through Genius' by William Dunham is an expository book about some of the great theorems and proofs from the history of mathematics. 'God Created The Integers' is a compendium (edited by Stephen Hawking, no less) of great scholarly work in mathematics and includes papers in their original form. Principles of Mathematics Book 1 goes beyond adding a Bible verse or story to math instruction, it actively teaches and describes how the consistencies and creativity we see in mathematical concepts proclaim the faithful consistency of God Himself and points students towards understanding math through a Biblical worldview.