⦁ This book is a distillation and summary of The Book Of Phi, volume 1 published in 2002.
⦁ Its basic premise is to view Mathematics as Pictures or Power Art, that is recognized as Feminine, Right Brain Mathematics. Its like the reader is putting on X-Ray goggles to see Numbers as Shapes: the Universal Language of Pattern Recognition.
⦁ Jain explores the Fibonacci Sequence and magically transforms it into exquisite Art.
⦁ Great for teenage students wanting to further their love of Numbers and great for adults who are willing to learn again.
⦁ Jain believes that if most students who struggled with mathematics were to simply have studied these mathematical patterns, and not learnt their algebra and trigonometry as required, would have seen life through another lens and developed a deeper appreciation for the Beauty of Mathematics.