Real World Maths Orange Level: Solve a Crime
Part of the Real World Maths Series
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Real World Maths Orange Level: Solve a Crime byArranged in colour-coded levels, this high-interest range will appeal to children of varying ages and abilities. The exciting titles use the maths skills learnt in the classroom in real-life puzzle-solving scenarios, helping readers to develop an appreciation of the wider relevance of mathematics. In Solve a Crime, readers can use data to solve puzzles that map the crime scene, compare the statistics of suspects with eyewitness statements, decode a secret message and much more.
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TickTock Books an imprint of Octopus Publishing Group
9th January 2012
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