Math Games for Middle School: Challenges and Skill-Builders for Students at Every LevelPaperback
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- Publisher: Chicago Review Press
- Format: Paperback | 184 pages
- Dimensions: 180mm x 254mm x 13mm | 340g
- Publication date: 1 July 1998
- Publication City/Country: Chicago
- ISBN 10: 1556522886
- ISBN 13: 9781556522888
- Illustrations note: Ill.
- Sales rank: 767,648
From addition and subtraction to plane and space geometry, simultaneous linear equations, and probability, this book explains middle school math with problems that kids want to solve: "Seventy-five employees of a company buy a lotto ticket together and win $22.5 million. How much does each employee get?" Intriguing facts about the history of math show what a human creation it is, and human errors are revealed through explorations of both Maya and Hindu concepts of zero as well as Mr. William Shanks' 1858 attempt at hand-calculating pi.
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Mario Salvadori, author of Why Buildings Stand Up and many other books, was an internationally known architect, mathematician, and teacher whose career spanned more than 60 years. A long-time resident of New York City, Dr. Salvadori died in June, 1997. Joseph P. Wright, a professor of applied mathematics at Columbia University, New York, lives in Westfield, New Jersey.
"Outstanding resource invites youngsters to sharpen their math skills and learn new ways to solve a variety of math problems." --Children's Literature