8 edition of Mathematical Circus (Spectrum) found in the catalog.
Mathematical Circus (Spectrum)
September 5, 1996
by The Mathematical Association of America
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||296|
Since it began publishing books in , the MAA has been dedicated to quality exposition. Today MAA Press has eight different book series that encompass many areas and levels of collegiate mathematics, including biography, history, recreational mathematics, problems, textbooks, classroom resource materials, advanced monographs, and notes on pedagogy. Mathematical Circus: More Games, Puzzles, Paradoxes, and Other Mathematical Entertainments from Scientific American by Martin Gardner. Random House. Hardcover. GOOD. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text.
In this astounding story, Leap, Lily, Tad and wacky Professor Quigley train numbers to count, add and subtract in a series of amazing circus acts. Numbers and Quidgetsfly from trampolines, trapezes. Peter Spier's Circus! by Peter Spier Wow! This book wins my prize for best circus book. Peter Spier is a fantastic illustrator, and this book is some of his best work. The detailed illustrations in this book give young readers tons to look at and notice. Additionally, the text in the book provides really interesting information.
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Mathematical circus: more games, puzzles, paradoxes, & other mathematical entertainments from Scientific American ; with thoughts from readers, afterthoughts from /5(2). Hands-down, "Circus Math" makes learning math fun for all ages.
Whether you're introducing place value, fractions, multiplication, division, geometry, measurements, etc., this book is for you!. Furthermore, Mr. Starr clearly took into account individual learning styles when he wrote and designed this book.5/5(4).
Mathematical circus: more puzzles, games, paradoxes, and other mathematical entertainments from Scientific American with a preface by Donald Knuth, a postscript from the author, and a new bibliography by Mr.
Gardner: thoughts from readers, and drawings and diagrams. I guess The Night Circus is one of those books that make it especially hard to write a proper review and if Im entirely honest I have to admit that I dont even know where to start.
It was unlike any other book Ive ever read and therefore the usual structure of my reviews just doesnt seem to be appropriate, let alone to fit.4/5(K). Mathematical Circus is one of many recreational mathematics books assembled from the Scientific American columns of Martin Gardner.
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Another lively selection of puzzles and paradoxes, games and entertainments of every kind from Scientific American. Among the pleasures that await the reader are The Ghost Penny, The Floating Hot Dog, Elegant Triangles, The Rotating Round Table, and many many more.
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My library. Math / Logic. Description. Math Circus: Act 1 is an educational game for children that teaches maths. All of the game's activities are based around setting up and managing a circus with twelve puzzles and activities in total.
Each one introduces a new concept based around logic or maths with an adjustable difficulty level. Mathematical circus: more games, puzzles, paradoxes, & other mathematical entertainments from Scientific American ; with thoughts from readers, afterthoughts from the author, and drawings & diagrams by Gardner, Martin, Pages: