Train Your Brain: A Year's Worth of Puzzles

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CRC Press, Apr 22, 2011 - Mathematics - 253 pages
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Many people start the day with physical exercise but few seem to be so concerned with exercising the most human of organs-the brain. This book provides you with entertaining and challenging mental exercises for every week of the year. Whether you are a high school student eager to sharpen your brain, or someone older who would like to retain your mental agility, you will find your brain getting sharper and more agile as you solve the puzzles in this book. Read a few puzzles every week, think about them, solve them, and you will see the results. And on the way to a sharper mind, you will enjoy every step.

 

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George Grätzer is a distinguished professor in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Manitoba. He has published over 200 research publications and 25 books, including General Lattice Theory and Math into LaTex. He is a member of the Canadian Academy of Sciences and an external member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

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