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When was the webcam invented and why? Do imaginary numbers exist? What is fuzzy logic? Find the answers these questions about the amazing world of numbers, computers and coding, along with loads of other curious, amazing and mind-boggling facts, in this eye-catching book that is absolutely bursting with information. Covers a wide range of topics from Ancient counting syste When was the webcam invented and why? Do imaginary numbers exist? What is fuzzy logic? Find the answers these questions about the amazing world of numbers, computers and coding, along with loads of other curious, amazing and mind-boggling facts, in this eye-catching book that is absolutely bursting with information. Covers a wide range of topics from Ancient counting systems to unsolved mathematical mysteries and the latest in wearable computer technology, including all kinds of things you won’t find in an ordinary text book. With bold illustrations, picture maps and infographics, and clear, comprehensible text, children can pore over the information that they’ll delight in sharing with family and friends. Also includes links to specially selected websites with further information, games and video clips. Part of the popular '100 Things to Know' series, ideal gifts for fact-hungry children.


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When was the webcam invented and why? Do imaginary numbers exist? What is fuzzy logic? Find the answers these questions about the amazing world of numbers, computers and coding, along with loads of other curious, amazing and mind-boggling facts, in this eye-catching book that is absolutely bursting with information. Covers a wide range of topics from Ancient counting syste When was the webcam invented and why? Do imaginary numbers exist? What is fuzzy logic? Find the answers these questions about the amazing world of numbers, computers and coding, along with loads of other curious, amazing and mind-boggling facts, in this eye-catching book that is absolutely bursting with information. Covers a wide range of topics from Ancient counting systems to unsolved mathematical mysteries and the latest in wearable computer technology, including all kinds of things you won’t find in an ordinary text book. With bold illustrations, picture maps and infographics, and clear, comprehensible text, children can pore over the information that they’ll delight in sharing with family and friends. Also includes links to specially selected websites with further information, games and video clips. Part of the popular '100 Things to Know' series, ideal gifts for fact-hungry children.

39 review for 100 Things To Know About Computers, And Coding

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ms. B

    For those who like random facts, numbers, computers or coding, this is a fun book to browse.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    Very interesting read. I learned a lot (but I didn't know much to begin with). I'd like to buy this one; history is unlikely to change (in theory, anyway), but it will be interesting to see what happens with some of the speculations. Very interesting read. I learned a lot (but I didn't know much to begin with). I'd like to buy this one; history is unlikely to change (in theory, anyway), but it will be interesting to see what happens with some of the speculations.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Enea Musliu

    This book is more of an encyclopedia. The facts were really interesting, and sometime fun to read!😊

  4. 4 out of 5

    Story_Girl

    A really fun way to learn a little bit about Maths, Numbers, Computers and Coding. Great illustrations, interesting facts and very easy to understand.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Megan

    A favorite of my 9 year old and 12 year old.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Ahmad

    Nice little book for quick read and some interesting facts.

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