For Making Sense of Mathematics
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.
For Parents who want 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, most chapters are only three pages.
For Math instructors
Packed with dozens of original ideas you can put to immediate use. After you preview the first chapter,
I do not believe you will put the book down. Your students will say, “Wow! I get it! This is really cool!”