Forms part of the Macmillan Secondary Mathematics course which has been written to correspond to the National Criteria for GCSE Mathematics examinations, and to the Mathematics National Curriculum assessment and testing framework.
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Grade 5-10-- An excellent book in every way. The mathematical principles are enrichment-level concepts, clearly explained with text and illustration. Adler introduces ancient number theory principles and formulas on the most modern of inventions, the home computer; students will move ahead quickly with his carefully laid computer programming foundation. The illustrations are crucial to the concise text, with flow charts, tables, checker arrangements, and geometric figures. It's a simple book, and that's its beauty. Younger children will enjoy the large format, and those who have access to computers will find their knowledge of them extended with instruction in a little Basic programming while conveying fascinating number facts. Books like this nurture children, and it should be considered in spite of its limited appeal. --Kathleen Riley, Hilltop Elementary School, Beachwood, OH
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