A Puzzle a Day A Collection of Mathematical Problems for Every Day of the School Year by Vivien Lucas
  

Synopsis

A Puzzle a Day A Collection of Mathematical Problems for Every Day of the School Year by Vivien Lucas

Although primarily written for pupils in secondary schools, these puzzles do not require a high level of syllabus knowledge, making them accessible to a wide range of ages and abilities. There are 180 puzzles, offering two similar ones on each of a wide variety of topics. They can be used as a daily displayed competition for pupils to enter and a winner can be picked from the day s entries. It helps to increase interest, to reinforce mathematical vocabulary and of course the puzzles are fun to do! Complete with answers.

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Format

Paperback
95 pages

Author

Vivien Lucas
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Publisher

Tarquin Publications

Publication date

4th March 2002

ISBN

9781899618521


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