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Book details
  • Genre:MATHEMATICS
  • SubGenre:Counting & Numeration
  • Language:English
  • Pages:204
  • eBook ISBN:9781617927256

Funforms

A New Way To Learn Math!

by Joel S Steinberg

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Overview
The author a psychiatrist with an interest in the symbols used in thinking. Along with a colleague, he have invented a new math notational system. It is ultimately simple, easily learned and iconic. It is a binary, tally-mark, geometrically progressive place order system. By learning Funforms, the nature of transactions/operations become apparent and the learner has a vantage point to review information about the decimal system. The decimal system is learned primarily on a how-to-do basis. Funforms gives you the opportunity to learn a system when you already have your own thinking powers. You learn why and what is happening. The continuity between fractions and whole numbers is immediately and intuitively understood. I am proud of what you will learn if you are willing to spend a few hours learning this system.
Description
The author a psychiatrist with an interest in the symbols used in thinking. Along with a colleague, he have invented a new math notational system. It is ultimately simple, easily learned and iconic. It is a binary, tally-mark, geometrically progressive place order system. By learning Funforms, the nature of transactions/operations become apparent and the learner has a vantage point to review information about the decimal system. The decimal system is learned primarily on a how-to-do basis. Funforms gives you the opportunity to learn a system when you already have your own thinking powers. You learn why and what is happening. The continuity between fractions and whole numbers is immediately and intuitively understood. I am proud of what you will learn if you are willing to spend a few hours learning this system.
About the author
I am a psychiatrist with an interest in the symbols used in thinking. Along with a colleague, we have invented a new math notational system. It is ultimately simple, easily learned and iconic. It is a binary, tally-mark, geometrically progressive place order system. By learning it, the nature of transactions/operations become apparent and the learner has a vantage point to review information about the decimal system. The decimal system is learned primarily on a how-to-do basis. Funforms gives you the opportunity to learn a system when you already have your own thinking powers. You learn why and what is happening. The continuity between fractions and whole numbers is immediately and intuitively understood. I am proud of what you will learn if you are willing to spend a few hours learning this system.
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