St. Louis, Missouri May 21, 2023 (Issuewire.com) - The Book, "Math is Not Magic: Solve Your Math Word Problems," provides a fresh and practical approach to math learning. Many students find math word problems to be a daunting and challenging subject that can negatively impact their confidence. Fortunately, a new book, "Math is Not Magic: Solve Your Math Word Problems," written by acclaimed author and mathematician Jerry Knoelke, offers a new and practical approach to help readers overcome their fear of math and develop essential problem-solving skills.
The book is a comprehensive guide that breaks down the complex concept of solving mathematical word problems into easy-to-understand language with a conversational and engaging writing style. From basic arithmetic and algebra to more advanced calculus and probability theory, "Math is Not Magic" covers a wide range of word problems that readers can explore at their own pace.
The book is not just a textbook but also a practical tool that provides readers with real-world examples and one consistent routine to tackle math word problems with confidence. It is filled with practical tips, step-by-step instructions, and engaging exercises that reinforce the concepts learned.
"Math is Not Magic" is an excellent resource for students struggling with solving math word problems, adults looking to refresh their math skills, or anyone interested in learning about the beauty and power of mathematics. Mathematics is not just about numbers, it is about learning to think logically.
The book is available in both paperback and Kindle editions, making it easily accessible to readers worldwide. To purchase "Math is Not Magic: Solve Your Math Word Problems," visit Amazon at Math Is Not Magic: Solve Your Math Word Problems: Knoelke, Jerry: 9781641331333: Amazon.com: Books. For more information about the book and its author, please visit Math is Not Magic.
Kindle: 2.99 $
Paperback: 7.99 $
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