As the name suggests, Make Mathematics Your Best Friend deals with around 140 questions which every student must know to understand the basic fundamentals and upgrade his mathematical skills. Topics include numerical operations, measurements and geometry, patterns and functions, probability and statistics, sets, inequalities,fundamentals of algebra, decimals, common fractions, motions, direct and inverse proportions, averages,divisi-bility, rational and radical expressions, degrees and radians, trigonometry, complex numbers,quadratic equations, transformations, circle rules and many more. The questions have been taken from different branches of mathematics with the aim of reducing the phobia and making it an entertaining and interesting subject.
This book is an attempt to make clear the basic fundamental concepts which you always wanted to know. It has been designed for students in the age group of 10-18 years who are inquisitive by nature and want to understand and master the basic reasoning of every why and how in mathematics. The beauty of this book is that its simple and logical explanations can be understood even by a layman.
Rajesh Kumar Thakur, a postgraduate in three diverse subjects Maths, Operation Research and Education, is a mathematics teacher, engaged in freelance writing for science magazines since 2003. Hundreds’ of his mathematical articles and essays have been published in different magazines and newspapers all over India. He has so far written 24 books on mathematics. Associated with well-known mathematical societies and clubs, the charm of numbers fascinates him so much that he is now actively working with different schools to make Vedic Mathematics popular among young kids by organising free seminars. So far more than 180 such Seminars have been conducted by him. The All India Ramanujan Mathematics Club has honoured him as National Best Teacher Award. He has also received the certificate of appreciation in 5th IYMC 2012. He has delivered many mathematical talks on All India Radio.email : firstname.lastname@example.org