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How the Brain Learns Mathematics (2nd ed)

How the Brain Learns Maths 2 ed

In this recently published second edition, new brain-friendly practical strategies are included in a unique four-step teaching model, making this a most useful addition to your professional library.

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Perspective in the age of digital photography

Perspective in the age of digital photography
Richard Phillips

When you take a photograph, you flatten the world. This remarkable process is called perspective. In a clear, non-technical way, an introduction to perspective is provided through looking at photographs, most of them in full colour. It covers practical issues such as what happens when photographs are joined together, and why photographs still look realistic when viewed obliquely. This is a book for anyone interested in perception, photography or geometry. 

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ISBN-13: 978-0-9546562-6-3
Year Levels: 8 - 12
Publisher: Badsey Publications
Page Count: 64
Cover type: Soft cover
Publication date: 2012
Product number: PHI119
Keywords: Geometry, General interest

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