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Kalicharan’s “DigitalMath” introduces clever way to do arithmetic with your hands

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SENIOR Lecturer in Computing and Information Technology at The University of the West Indies (UWI) St. Augustine, Dr. Noel Kalicharan unveiled his most recent book, “DigitalMath” on Monday.

Pro Vice Chancellor and Campus Principal, Professor Clement Sankat described the book as “a publication that truly promises to add value and cause a fundamental change in everyone who uses it, from children to adults.”

DigitalMath makes arithmetic calculations easy, fun and exciting as it empowers children and adults to perform these calculations with amazing speed, even faster than someone with a calculator.

According to Dr Kalicharan, “numbers play a big part in our everyday lives and those who are ‘good with numbers’ are normally regarded as ‘more intelligent’ than those who aren’t. This becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy.   DigitalMath gives you a unique opportunity to become good with numbers. With it, you can have the world in your hands.”

Kalicharan believes that DigitalMath, his first book on mathematics, will be one of his most important publications and have the most far-reaching consequences than any of the others. He hopes that the book will cause a fundamental change in the way that everyone, from children to adults, does arithmetic.

Dr. Noel Kalicharan has been teaching at The UWI since 1976 and published 15 other books in Computer Science, teaching computer programming and problem solving from the beginner to expert level.

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