Number: The Language of Science : A Critical Survey Written for the Cultured Non-Mathematician

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Doubleday, 1954 - Number concept - 345 pages
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User Review  - Chris Cousins - Goodreads

Starts off simply with a history of the development of numbers. Gets very involved in high-end maths as you go on. Read full review

Review: Number: The Language of Science

User Review  - Binit - Goodreads

This is a rather old book (originally published in 1930's) and so the language is slightly dated and some of the concepts are explained rather confusingly. But it does give a great explanation of some ... Read full review

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