Number: The Language of Science; a Critical Survey Written for the Cultured Non-mathematician

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Macmillan Company., 1933 - Arithmetic - 262 pages
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User Review  - Steve Gathje - Goodreads

Who could have thought a history of numbers could be so interesting. Okay, I could have thought that. And it was very interesting! Read full review

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User Review  - Greg Talbot - Goodreads

It's a lot to ask of a book to give a portrayal of what it means to be human.Near impossible to find so much reflected humanity in a book on mathematical principles. Tobias Dantzig gives us an elegant ... Read full review

Contents

The Empty Column
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This Flow1ng World
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Vln The Act of Becom1ng
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