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I was delighted at the answer of why increasing the perimeter doesn't necessarily increase the area, and at the visual proof of the area formula for a trapezoid. (I always enjoy learning new proofs.) Also explained are some confusing points, such as the difference between length times width and base times height, or "meters squared" versus "square meters." The third.

I want to emphasize that the examples here aren't just the proofs themselves but include the thought processes of how a math doctor finds the arguments that make up the proof, and how it is later written down into the rigid two-column format. The terms become so much easier when you know where they come from. For example, "isosceles" comes from "iso-" and "skelos" and means same-legged. Dr. Math also presents mnemonic tricks to remember supplemental/complementary angles, or the and triangles. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. Enjoyable reading. Excellent down-to-earth explanations. Right price. I don't know how else to put this book in words. Just like the algebra books, Dr. Math's geometry books are very easy reading, with light tone, clear layout, and humorous cartoons by Jessica Wolk-Stanley.

Kindle versions available. Review by Maria Miller. Apple, android, windows Phone, android by, ray C. Jurgensen (Author Richard G. Brown (Author John W. Jurgensen (Author)