7 edition of Mathematics for the curious found in the catalog.
|Statement||Peter M. Higgins.|
|LC Classifications||QA93 .H47 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||224 p. :|
|Number of Pages||224|
|LC Control Number||97040546|
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Unfortunately they were right: this is a truly terrible book. It should be called "Curious and Interesting MATHEMATICIANS" (not "mathematics") because Mathematics for the curious book is a collection of "interesting" quotes from and anecdotes about mathematicians themselves, with very little actual maths.
Unfortunately, although I do enjoy anecdotes and quotes, the book is Cited by: 5. Mathematics for the Curious is an accessible introduction to basic mathematics for beginning students and a lively refresher for adults. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.
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This intriguing anthology of /5. May Mathematics for the curious After years of publications on popular science and mathematics, we all know that mathematics can provide answers to questions arising from everyday life. If we want to find out when the two hands of a clock will be in exactly the same position or to calculate the volume of a doughnut, we will certainly need to use some maths.
This first book by Revell is extremely readable as well as light-hearted and funny. Consider this a warning: Little is more embarrassing than laughing aloud whilst reading a maths book in public. Although the subjects covered are often technically very complex, Revell has the skill to get directly to the heart of why the mathematics is so /5.
This truly is a spectacular book. And the best thing of all about it is that you don’t need any background in mathematics, science, or philosophy to understand it, just a curious and open mind.
This book is THE introductory text to the incredible world of ontological mathematics, written by the masters of the subject. Countless math books are published each year, however only a tiny percentage of these titles are destined to become the kind of classics that are loved the world over by students and mathematicians.
Within this page, you’ll find an extensive list of math books that have sincerely earned the reputation that precedes them. For many of the most important branches of. Dover Mathematics Books.
This publisher has an excellent reputation for their wide range of mathematics books. Here are just a few of their most popular titles: Great Problems of Elementary Mathematics. By Heinrich D-Orrie A puzzle book that has lost none of its ingenuity in its translation from French to English.
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FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be : Peter M. Higgins. Curves for the Mathematically Curious is an important book."—Allan McRobie, author of The Seduction of Curves: The Lines of Beauty That Connect Mathematics, Art, and the Nude "With this charming collection of episodes, Havil shows that.
In line with other of publisher Andre Deutsch’s book series, Joel Levy’s ‘Mathematics: A Curious History’ is loaded with pictures and diagrams. These show the earlier ways our ancestors developed their numerical systems to.
Here is an unordered list of online mathematics books, textbooks, monographs, lecture notes, and other mathematics related documents freely available on the web. I tried to select only the works in book formats, "real" books that are mainly in PDF format, so many well-known html-based mathematics web pages and online tutorials are left out.
This book is a collection of 34 curiosities, each a quirky and delightful gem of mathematics and each a shining example of the joy and surprise that mathematics can bring. Intended for the general math enthusiast, each essay begins with an intriguing puzzle, which either springboards into or unravels to become a wondrous piece of thinking.
In this book are twenty more curious puzzles and fantastical mathematical stories from one of the world's most popular and accessible writers on mathematics. This is a strange world of never-ending chess games, empires on the moon, furious fireflies, and, of course, disputes over how best to cut a cake.
Supplemental Mathematics for the Curious These books are written for children with exceptional abilities, especially those who are self-motivated to learn.
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The book's title certainly ups the ante: are the puzzles really "curious and interesting". For the most part, yes they are, and the book's historical arrangement makes them even more so.
Mathematical puzzles have been around almost from the beginning. Electronic book Popular works Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Higgins, Peter M., Mathematics for the curious.
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It is written for anyone who is curious about mathematics and would like a simple and entertaining account of what it can do. Peter Higgins provides clear explanations of the more mysterious features of childhood mathematics as well as novelties and connections to prove that mathematics can be enjoyable and full of surprises.5/5.
34 MATHEMATICS MAGAZINE A Curious Sequence HERB R. BAILEY ROGER G. LAUTZENHEISER Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Terre Haute, IN We call the finite sequence a, a, a,a, curious if a, is the number of i's in the sequence for each i = 0,1,n.
For example, 1,2,1,O is a curious sequence with n = 3. The problem is to find. This is the first book of a multi-volume series exploring joyful mathematics thinking and doing. Written for educators, high-school students and math enthusiasts of all ages and all backgrounds, this text starts at the very beginning of mathematical thinking – counting – and gradually unveils layers of understanding and wondrous delight.
The precocity of the Weil siblings is the stuff of legend. At 9 years old, André was tinkering with doctoral-level math.
By 12, he had taught himself Sanskrit, become a. Your child can get involved in this charming interactive storybook by choosing the items that the curious critter should add to his collection. This game helps kids count based on hearing and reading the words that represent numbers, improving their number sense, a key part of preschool math.
Mathematics B Written in a playful and humorous style, the book offers mathematical entertainment as well as a glimpse of Australian culture for the mathematically curious of all ages.
This collection of engaging stories was extracted from the Maths Masters column that ran from to in Australia's Age newspaper.
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November The curious incident of the dog in the night-time By Mark Haddon Despite what the innumerate masses may wish, our daily lives are inextricably tied up with mathematics. On the most mundane level, we use basic arithmetic to do such things as tell the time, to count our change, to programme the video.
"The Princeton Companion to Mathematics fills a vital need. It is the only book of its kind."—Victor J. Katz, professor emeritus, University of the District of Columbia "I think that this is a wonderful book, completely different from anything that has been written before about mathematics and mathematicians."—Endre Süli, University of Oxford.
Nothing less than a major contribution to the scientific culture of this world." — The New York Times Book Review This major survey of mathematics, featuring the work of 18 outstanding Russian mathematicians and including material on both elementary and advanced levels, encompasses 20 prime subject areas in mathematics in terms of their simple origins and their.
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Everyday low /5(3). “If you have the time, it's a magical way to get kids to see mathematics through a number of different lenses,” he said. Shah created a list of titles that would work well in a math book club, and Bezaire’s curriculum for The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is available on his website.
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Curious George at the Parade: Band Member Shuffle Use this early learning activity for math and music to review terms for instruments. Help Curious George arrange the members of. Ian Stewart's top 10 popular mathematics books The book illuminates such questions as how genes spread through a population and the evolution of cooperation, by finding the best strategies for.
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is a mystery novel by British writer Mark title refers to an observation by the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes in Arthur Conan Doyle's short story "The Adventure of Silver Blaze".Haddon and The Curious Incident won the Whitbread Book Awards for Best Novel and Book of the Year, the Commonwealth Author: Mark Haddon.
The Penguin Dictionary of Curious and Interesting Numbers is a reference book for recreational mathematics and elementary number theory written by David Wells. The first edition was published in paperback by Penguin Books in in the UK, and a revised edition appeared in (ISBN Publisher: Penguin Books.
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