By Martin Erickson

ISBN-10: 0883858290

ISBN-13: 9780883858295

Every mathematician (beginner, novice, alike) thrills to discover basic, dependent options to probably tough difficulties. Such chuffed resolutions are known as ``aha! solutions,'' a word popularized by way of arithmetic and technology author Martin Gardner. Aha! recommendations are mind-blowing, lovely, and scintillating: they exhibit the wonderful thing about mathematics.

This ebook is a set of issues of aha! strategies. the issues are on the point of the varsity arithmetic scholar, yet there may be whatever of curiosity for the highschool scholar, the trainer of arithmetic, the ``math fan,'' and someone else who loves mathematical challenges.

This assortment comprises 100 difficulties within the parts of mathematics, geometry, algebra, calculus, chance, quantity conception, and combinatorics. the issues start effortless and usually get more challenging as you move throughout the publication. a number of strategies require using a working laptop or computer. a massive function of the ebook is the bonus dialogue of comparable arithmetic that follows the answer of every challenge. This fabric is there to entertain and let you know or aspect you to new questions. should you do not take into account a mathematical definition or thought, there's a Toolkit at the back of the publication that might help.

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