The "Oxford Mathematics Study Dictionary" explains all the terminology students will meet up to GCSE and Standard Grade, with definitions given in complete sentences that are easy to read and understand. It remains the only dictionary to define related terms on the same page so that students can explore words in their mathematical context. Its key points include: contains an alphabetical Wordfinder of over 1000 words and phrases, directing the student to double-page spreads on particular themes; includes facts and formulae, along with coverage of historical and cultural aspects of mathematics; quick and easy to use; accessible to a broad range of abilities; and encourages students to read around the subject.
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`This is the best attempt I have ever seen to make a dictionary of mathematics interesting!'
Mathematics in Schools
`The book is clear and easy to read, with good diagrams and an easy-on-the-eye two-colour typeface which should appeal to pupils and other readers alike.'
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