The Complete How to Figure It: Using Math in Everyday Life

The Complete How to Figure It Using Math in Everyday Life Budgeting and personal finance planning for retirement buying a house estimating travel and leisure expenses estimating costs of home repair modern life presents us with an array of calculations w

  • Title: The Complete How to Figure It: Using Math in Everyday Life
  • Author: Darrell Huff Carolyn R. Kinsey
  • ISBN: 9780393319248
  • Page: 304
  • Format: Paperback
  • Budgeting and personal finance, planning for retirement, buying a house, estimating travel and leisure expenses, estimating costs of home repair modern life presents us with an array of calculations we need to make but may not know how Now, with his trademark wry humor and simple language, Darrell Huff explains how to figure the likely outcome of different investments Budgeting and personal finance, planning for retirement, buying a house, estimating travel and leisure expenses, estimating costs of home repair modern life presents us with an array of calculations we need to make but may not know how Now, with his trademark wry humor and simple language, Darrell Huff explains how to figure the likely outcome of different investments how much home insurance is enough whether it makes sense to buy or lease a new car the most efficient way to save for future needs, from vacations to college tuition air conditioning and heating requirements for a new house how many rolls of wallpaper you will need for a particular room and much Here are tips for getting the most out of a modest pocket calculator or home computer to make tedious calcuations easy, a handy chapter on Math in a Hurry, and even tips on improving your chances in tennis, horse racing, and blackjack.

    One thought on “The Complete How to Figure It: Using Math in Everyday Life”

    1. this book tells mathematically-challenged folks like myself how to figure out problems that come up in everyday life. it is useful. i learned from it, and it now sits on my shelf awaiting a crisis of the math flavor.

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