Art Of Problem Solving Book
The algebra one might be harder to get to grips with without buying the beginner one or whatever it's called as the intermediate one leaps in quite quickly.These two books might also be worth a shout, the first being essential for practice questions with solutions provided: The Mathematical Olympiad Handbook: An Introduction to Problem Solving based on the First 32 British Mathematical Olympiads 1965-1996 A Primer for Mathematics Competitions I own two with their answer booklets.I have heard of the Art of Problem Solving series of books ( ~London Gamer I own two with their answer booklets.
type=Yearbook), which has received many positive reviews. However, reading through the UKMT-published book Plane Euclidean Geometry, I found that my GCSE maths is not sufficient to understand it.
The four "Introduction" books all start simply and build the difficulty with great explanations in a way that you can teach yourself from the book.
The two Intermediate books continue the Introduction books focusing of much more challenging topics.
Hey guys, I am a GCSE student who is preparing for the British Mathematical Olympiad later this year, and would like to do well, so I have started reading some UKMT-published books.
However, reading through the UKMT-published book Plane Euclidean Geometry, I found that my GCSE maths is not sufficient to understand it.