Mathematics for the Million: A Popular Self Educator

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G. Allen & Unwin, 1937 - Civilization - 686 pages
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Review: Mathematics for the Million: How to Master the Magic of Numbers

User Review  - Krollo - Goodreads

Surprisingly good for a lefty discussion of relatively easy maths. The parts where Hogben teaches us about how numbers work are wonderful examples of math instruction; the parts where he waxes lyrical about socialism could well lead to a wonderful example of mass destruction. Read full review

Review: Mathematics for the Million: How to Master the Magic of Numbers

User Review  - SaraJayne - Goodreads

I'm actually reading the second edition, from 1937, the 17th printing (1945). It has 686 pages. Read full review

Contents

MATHEMATICS THE MIRROR OF CIVILIZATION
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n FIRST STEPS IN MEASUREMENT
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in THE GRAMMAR OF SIZE ORDER AND NUMBER
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