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Let's Make Sense of Mathematics

James J. Asher

It is a myth that subjects as algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and calculus--and foreign languages are "difficult." All of those subjects have a hidden childlike simplicity, which Asher reveals in this book. The perception of difficulty is an illusion created by playing to half the student's brain, usually the wrong half.

Parents who want to help their children be successful

You help your kids by first discovering what you missed in those math courses; then you are prepared to mentor your children of all ages. For easy reading, no chapter is more than five pages.

School administrators

Inspire your hard-working, dedicated teachers by giving this book to them as a career-enhancing gift.

Math instructors

Packed with dozens of original ideas you can put to immediate use. After you preview the first few chapters at no cost, I do not believe you will put the book down. You will be thrilled when your students say, "Wow! I get it! This is really cool!" This exciting book is priced low, to be affordable for every teacher around the world.

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Book Details

  • Publisher: Sky Oaks Productions, Incorporated
  • Publish Date: Jan 2nd, 2020
  • Pages: 96
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 8.50in - 5.50in - 0.20in - 0.27lb
  • EAN: 9781560183501
  • Categories: Teaching - Subjects - MathematicsResearchEssays

Praise for this book

Almost every parent in the country desires for their kid to be at least comfortable with math; to the extent that they believe their kid has potential, almost every parent would want that potential to be fulfilled. For the intimidated student, your book can open up a new understanding, and the comfort and confidence that come with; for the mathematically-comfortable student, your book can open Newtonian horizons and imbue a sense of possibility.

--Victor Quintanar-Zilinskas