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The World of Mathematics by Philipp Legner

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The World of Mathematics
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Publisher: Mathigon

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The World of Mathematics showcases how fascinating and beautiful mathematics can be, by explaining some of the most interesting mathematical ideas to children and the general public. Diagrams, videos, slideshows, problems and interactive games let the content come to life and make learning mathematics an entertaining and engaging experience.

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