*. . Everyone should read this delightful book' Ian Stewart, author of Do Dice Play God? The only numbers in this book are the page numbers.*

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Language: en

Pages: 224

Pages: 224

'A cheerful, chatty, and charming trip through the world of mathematics and its relation to the world of people - and not a number in sight! Everyone should read this delightful book. Even mathematicians' Ian Stewart, author of Do Dice Play God? The only numbers in this book are the

Language: en

Pages: 208

Pages: 208

An illustrated tour of the structures and patterns we call "math" The only numbers in this book are the page numbers. Math Without Numbers is a vivid, conversational, and wholly original guide to the three main branches of abstract math—topology, analysis, and algebra—which turn out to be surprisingly easy to

Language: en

Pages: 354

Pages: 354

Math Without Numbers - The Mathematics of Ideas. Volume 1 - Foundations. This Volume 1 in the "Math Without Numbers" series explores the nature of Ideas, from both a practical and an abstract mathematical point of view. The book demonstrates that mathematics can explain "how" we think, but cannot tell

Language: en

Pages: 128

Pages: 128

Language: en

Pages: 328

Pages: 328

Ranging from ancient Greek and Roman problems to the most modern applications of special mathematical techniques for amusement, this popular volume contains material to delight both beginners and advanced mathematicians. Its 250 lively puzzles, problems, situations, and demonstrations of recreational mathematics feature full solutions and analyses. Fifty-seven highly unusual historic