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"It's a race against time to solve the clues and save the Golden Hoard. If you fail, the treasure will be lost forever! Make your way through this thrilling adventure, using your maths skills to decide how the plot unfolds. Complete your mission and become a maths whizz at the same time!"--Back cover. The problems in this quest will be solved by spotting number patterns, learning about factors and primes, understanding place value and recognising different number properties. Suggested level: primary.
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A traumatic day in the orphanage in London throws two 17 year old boys into a quest for the unknown and a fight for survival. While being chased by dangerous people, they travel to India, and then to Japan and to the lap of the origin of civilization in Europe, discovering age old mysteries like the secret of the Yeti of the Himalayas and the secret of the Daruma Dolls in Japan. They encounter teleporters operated by humans from a parallel earth whose human citizens declare themselves to be ancient Norse Gods, and are caught up in a web of four millennia of hidden history which could destroy Earth as we know it. Will they be able to make their way to the other dimension? Will they find their fathers and in the process discover the all-consuming secret of the Father of the Gods which is an integral part of every myth and culture across the world? THE DIMENSIONS BOOK ONE STARTS AN ADVENTURE WHICH THREATENS TO UNRAVEL THE ORIGIN OF HUMANS ITSELF.
In 1900 a group of sponge divers blown off course in the Mediterranean discovered an Ancient Greek shipwreck dating from around 70 BC. Lying unnoticed for months amongst their hard-won haul was what appeared to be a formless lump of corroded rock, which turned out to be the most stunning scientific artefact we have from antiquity. For more than a century this 'Antikythera mechanism' puzzled academics, but now, more than 2000 years after the device was lost at sea, scientists have pieced together its intricate workings. In Decoding the Heavens, Jo Marchant tells for the first time the story of the 100-year quest to understand this ancient computer. Along the way she unearths a diverse cast of remarkable characters - ranging from Archimedes to Jacques Cousteau - and explores the deep roots of modern technology not only in Ancient Greece, the Islamic world and medieval Europe.

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