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Easy as Pi: Maths Made Simple

Liz Strachan

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Prose: non-fiction, Popular mathematics, Humour

For anyone who's ever been scared of maths, or worried they were a number numpty!

If you're brilliant at everything else, but lack confidence when it comes to maths, join Liz Strachan, a maths teacher with many, many years of experience, on this magical tour through the seeming mysteries of numbers, algebra and geometry.

In the same inimitable, entertaining way she did in her previous bestselling books, A Slice of Pi and Numbers Are Forever, Liz will take readers from number-phobics to mathematical know-it-alls in no time at all.

Peppered with absolutely terrible maths jokes and quirkily illustrated by Steven Appleby, this light-hearted but informative book will appeal to anyone with an enquiring mind.

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Praise for Easy as Pi: Maths Made Simple

  • her insightful but entertaining guide to maths is perfect. - The National

  • magical tour through the seeming mysteries of numbers ... - Parent Talk

  • A helpful little book ... full of cunning tricks and shortcuts. - Daily Record

  • ... this handy tome will be an invaluable reference. - Teach Early Years

  • I found Easy as Pi: Maths Made Simple an enjoyable and informative read. -

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Liz Strachan

Liz Strachan taught mathematics for 36 years in her home town of Montrose, Scotland. She has had over a hundred articles and short stories published and won a scholarship from the Scottish Association of Writers in 2008.

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