MathsOne’s Everyday Math Textbook focuses on activity-oriented experimental learning. The book covers various day-to-day life applications of Math.
Practicing Math associating with the real-world situational examples is the best way to sustain learning interest and improve application skills. This philosophy is best implemented in the Everyday Math.
The Textbook can bring in excellent school-level academic performances since the contents conform to the prescribed NCERT syllabus for classes 6 to 10.
MathsOne’s Olympiad Champion's Guide comes with 500+ descriptive solved questions, encompassing every topic of the prescribed syllabus.
The contents are carefully sorted and presented in an interesting and most creative way which enhances the knowledge level exceeding expectations.
The Guide is so designed with easy-to-understand illustrations to arouse self-learning ability and improve logical thinking.
Puzzles play an important role in keeping a learning brain excited and in continuous neural development. They impart children the feel of casual learning, the confidence to take up or try new challenges.
Puzzles are thus triggers of smart thinking mechanism in young minds.
MathsOne’s Puzzle Book features an exciting collection of above 300 puzzles of varied genres, such as crosswords, word-search, number formations, logical puzzles, etc.
MathsOne’s Workbook contains an array of 200+ chapter-wise problems, conforming to the regular academic syllabus. The Workbook is available for all classes.
The learners will gain an aggregated practice on solving above 3500 problems per year.
All sections are segregated and organized to impart a systematic way of learning. The idea is gain maximum exposure and confidence in a wide range of problems, in order to get equipped for highest level of competence.
Get your intelligence level sharpened and Math skills strengthened with MathsOne’s Olympiad Question Bank. Specially designed and developed for the craving minds, the Question Bank covers more than 1000 questions with solutions.
A rare collection of solved previous year questions of National/International Olympiads have been incorporated to gain an exceptional exposure.
A sound emphasis has been laid out to enhance analytical and logical thinking. Quick answering methods adopted in the book will give additional mileage over Math challenges.
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