The Mathematical Funfair by Brian Bolt


The Mathematical Funfair by Brian Bolt

This book follows the successful Amazing Mathematical Amusement Arcade by the same author. It contains a further 128 puzzles and games designed to challenge people of all ages. The subjects range from matchsticks and coins to chocolate manufacture and expeditions across Dartmoor. The second part of the book contains a commentary giving hints and solutions.

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132 pages
Interest Age: From 7


Brian Bolt
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Publication date

10th August 1989



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