MENSA Brain Busters - Number Crunching Puzzles by Harold Gale, Carolyn Skitt
  

MENSA Brain Busters - Number Crunching Puzzles

Written by Harold Gale, Carolyn Skitt
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MENSA Brain Busters - Number Crunching Puzzles by Harold Gale, Carolyn Skitt

Are you a Super Brain, Mega Mind, or Maths Genius? In MENSA Brain Busters - Number Crunching Puzzles you'll find out just how smart you really are. Stun your school friends and amaze your parents with your awesome brainpower as you work your way through these mind-twisting challenges. Packed with tricky maths and number problems these brain-busting puzzles will keep you entertained for hours. This handy, pocket-sized book is divided into three sections according to levels of difficulty - Easy (Super Brain), Medium (Mega Mind) and Hard (Maths Genius). All the puzzles are supplied by the mega-clever boffins at MENSA, so if you can crack all the puzzles, your parents and friends will be impressed that you really are a Maths Genius! When you need to check the answers - or if you are really stumped and the puzzles are giving you a super-brainache - the solutions can be found at the back of the book. Once you've mastered these maths challenges, you may also want to pit your wits against the puzzles in the companion book MENSA Brain Busters - Mind-twisting Puzzles .

About the Author

Carolyn Skitt is a long-standing Mensa member and one of their senior puzzle compilers. She is an experienced author and has produced several books of Mensa puzzles. Harold Gale is a former Executive Director of British Mensa

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
224 pages
Interest Age: 8+ years

Author

Harold Gale, Carolyn Skitt
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Publisher

Carlton Books Ltd

Publication date

4th March 2010

ISBN

9781847324870


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