The Little Book of Mathematical Principles provides simple, clear explanations for over 120 principles, equations, paradoxes, laws, and theorems that form the basis of modern mathematics. Making serious math simple, it explains Fibonacci numbers, Euclid's Elements, and Zeno's paradoxes, as well as other fundamental principles such as chaos theory, game theory, and the game of life. This book simplifies the ancient discipline of mathematics and provides fascinating answers to intriguing questions, such as: What is the greatest pyramid? and Is there a theory for stacking oranges? Written by the author of CCEA GCSE Mathematics Higher 2 and Advanced Level Mathematics: Mechanics, this book is excellent either for dipping into or for reading from cover to cover for a more thorough and engaging understanding of mathematics.