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Just some days ago, Folorunso David of about 18 years shared photos of the book he wrote during the lockdown, the teenager who said he is studying Civil Engineering in Yaba College of Technology, is yet to publish the book of which photos he shared on the internet. He told news men via media about how he started his achievements and what the content of his book entails
"I am Folorunso Ayodamola David, studying Civil Engineering in Yaba College of Technology, Yaba, Lagos. Mathematics has always been a part of me since birth, i feel that everything done in life is with the aid of mathematics, be it; Business, Fashion, Education, to even sleep we had to calculate the number of hours the human system should rest. But the fear of mathematics is making things quite hard to people. So i sat down during this pandemic period to see how i can help people overcome the fear of mathematics, then i started writing the book and simplified everything, so everyone can understand the steps, beginners or people who have been afraid of writing a mathematics examination won't have to be afraid anymore. I named the book SMATHEMATICS which means Simplifed Mathematics, I'm sure you would love to get one."- He said
He stated that the book will be available for everyone soon after it has gone through all necessities.
You can catch more update on the book series through his Instagram page handle: @Officialdavidsmart
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