1 edition of long piece of string. found in the catalog.
long piece of string.
|LC Classifications||PZ7.W842 Lo|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||44|
|LC Control Number||63010790|
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So the tone is very light, and although it would be suitable for a curious 12 year old, it should also be enjoyed by people of any age. The chapter that gives the book its title is about fractals - a fractal piece of string would be infinitely long, because it would be wiggly at every scale. It is not that it cannot be measured. It is that a piece of string can be arbitrarily long. Technically, I suppose if it were short enough we might call it lint, and there is probably an upper bound on how long a piece of string could be in practice, but linguistically it is an unanswerable question in the abstract.. The reason it's used in this context is that a particular piece of string can.
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Look. A long piece of string. Let's follow it. Stunning in both its boldness and simplicity, this rediscovered classic by distinguished graphic designer William Wondriska, originally published inleads readers on a clever journey of discovery and delight.
Subject: String -- Juvenile fiction/5. A Long Piece of String: Wondriska, William: : Books. 12 used & new from $/5(9). "How Long Is A Piece Of String?" is a book about the mathematics that underlies everyday life. Written by the authors of "Why Do Buses Come In Threes?", it's a quick, interesting read.
In chapter 12 - "Is It A Fake. Number tests that can detect the fraudsters" - the authors provide this nugget of information/5(22). How long is a piece of string. is the follow up to Why do buses come in threes?, which I also read recently and enjoyed.
This book like the first one was really interesting, dealing with more subjects I'd never really given a thought. It presents maths in a (most of the time) easy and understandable way, without patronizing/5.
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Long piece of string. book Long is a Piece of String. by Rod Eastaway and Jeremy Wyndham has a more informative subtitle: 'More Hidden Mathematics of Everyday Life'. This is very much a maths book for the 'average' person, but even those who have mathematical backgrounds can learn about how maths can be used in non-abstract, very concrete ways.
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The men walked slowly, throwing the whole body forward at every step of their long, crooked legs. "The Piece of String" is a short story by Guy de Maupassant, in which Maitre Hauchecorne is falsely accused of theft.
He explains that he merely bent down to pick up a piece of string, but no one. Day four of The Great Holiday Give leads us to a stunner of a reprint by Chronicle Books, long known for its awesome packaging and design sense. A nearly wordless visual journey by graphic design darling William Wondricka, A Long Piece of String takes us on a ride with a.
Buy How Long Is a Piece of String. by Rob Eastaway, Jeremy Wyndham from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ String along through this whimsical children's book as it winds through A-to-Z with a magical piece of string.
The bold yet simple illustrations lead children on a delightful journey of discovery with each turn of the page. A modern-day take on the classic children's tale, reinterpreted by award-winning Italian designer William Wondriska. Look. A long piece of string. Let's follow it.
Stunning in both its boldness and simplicity, this rediscovered classic by distinguished graphic designer William Wondriska, originally published inleads readers on a clever journey of discovery and delight. A Long Piece of String was originally published in It is a wordless book which on the surface looks quite simplistic, however, it has a thought-provoking element.
The pages are uncluttered, making the bold illustrations the focus. All but one page includes a red image tangled by a. Early in his career, he wrote and illustrated eleven well-received children's books: The Sound of Things, a Book to See, Puff, Which Way to the Zoo?, A Long Piece of String, All By Myself, The Tomato Patch, John John Terwillinger, Mr.
Brown and Mr. Gray, All the Animals Were Angry, The s: 9. Abstract: Reissued edition of a book originally published in (with a newly designed jacket), in which a long piece of string connects a series of animals and objects-- alphabetically.
Or one fifty. “That”, I tell them in my most sincere and trustworthy voice, “is exactly how long the book was designed to take!” Job done. The answer I always want to give, though, is the honest one, which is “How long is a piece of string?” Obviously, a piece of string can be as long.
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