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The Manual of Mathematical Magic

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The Manual of Mathematical Magic
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Publisher: Queen Mary, University of London
ISBN-13: 9780955117978
Number of pages: 96

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The Manual of Mathematical Magic is packed full of magical miracles to impress and entertain your friends. The secrets behind street magic, close-up and stage tricks are explained clearly with instructions and videos to help you perform them perfectly.

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