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- DescriptionThere's doubt about it. The sudoku craze is an out-and-out phemen, spreading faster than you can count to nine. Puzzle books are starting to dominate the bookshelves, but this book is different. It's the very first comprehensive techniques book on the market. In How to solve sudoku , I give a step-by-step guide to cracking these sometimes infuriating puzzles. So if you are feeling a little grid-locked, here are 52 brilliant tactics to help you get to grips with solving sudoku puzzles. Remember, arithmetical skills are needed. It is entirely a test of logic (but most of all patience!). Professor Robin Wilson. What it's about? Professor Robin Wilson reveals 52 tactics for getting to grips with what is currently the fastest growing phemen sweeping the world. If you haven't heard about it yet - you will! Sudoku is a number puzzle for all generations, but math phobics should fear t. Each grid can be solved using logic alone. The puzzles vary from straightforward to fist-slamming-on-desk hard. How to solve sudoku is unlike any book currently on the market. First of all it's t a puzzle book (although you will find plenty of sample and practice grids). This is the first guide to give substantial advice on strategies and techniques for solving puzzles of all varying degrees of difficulty. In this book readers discover: a brief history of sudoku; fundamental termilogy and some basic theory; how to get started (scan your rows and fill your gaps!); The vital techniques required to solve every kind of puzzle, from the easy to the diabolical; loads of examples of puzzles worked out with step-by-step instructions, alongside sample and practice grids for interactive learning; and Sudoku worksheets. With the 52 Brilliant Ideas series readers can enhance their existing skills with negligible investment of time or money and will substantially improve their performance over the course of a year. Each of the 52 chapters tackles a single aspect of the subject in an entertaining and lively way. At the end of each chapter is a how did it go? feature which allows readers to reflect on the lesson in a classical experiential learning pattern. The tone of each book is personal and informal; readers will feel as thought they are having a one-to-one with their favourite coach.
- Author BiographyRobin Wilson is Gresham Professor of Geometry in London (England's oldest Chair of Mathematics) University and a Fellow of Keble College, Oxford. He is currently Head of the Pure Mathematics Department at the Open University and is a well-known populariser of mathematics as well as the author of Four Colours Suffice, the bestselling account of the famous and controversial four-colour mathematical problem. He is the author and editor of 30 books ranging from history to mathematics.
- Author(s)Robin J. Wilson
- PublisherInfinite Ideas Limited
- Date of Publication27/06/2005
- Place of PublicationDurrington
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- ImprintInfinite Ideas Limited
- Out-of-print date18/07/2007
- Content Noteillustrations
- Weight127 g
- Width111 mm
- Height168 mm
- Spine9 mm
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