The first set of two pages (P.14 +P.15) have drawn my attention because of the little “title” added at the beginning of some paragraphs. The title is added on the left or on the right hand side of the text. It appears to me as if it would be a description of the main subject of that paragraph, this way it’s easier to find specific information for the reader. The addition of this little title affects the whole layout of the book, because there must be left some space for it throughout the book even if it doesn’t appear often. In this two pages, there are also some words written in cursive lettering, highlighting this way their importance.
The second set of pages (P.98+ P.99) appear special to me as the title of the new paragraph is written in the middle of the page. We are used to commence a new page when starting a new chapter or at least leave some space in between the last paragraph and the first one, but here all has been compressed into one page.
Interesting about the second page as well is the big footnote explaining one single word. Comparing the quantity written, the footnote is almost as much as the main text, even though by the small lettering, it appears less to the reader.
The last set of pages (P.100 + P.101) have an interesting addition written onto them. While we are used to see the immediate result of a mathematical operation, without the single addition steps in between, in this book, every single member of the addition is explained and portrayed, so that even the reader could add the numbers himself to check the veracity of the result.