The mathematical universe: an alphabetical journey through the great proofs, problems, and personalities
"Dunham writes for nonspecialists, and they will enjoy his piquant anecdotes and amusing asides -- Booklist
"Artfully, Dunham conducts a tour of the mathematical universe. . . he believes these ideas to be accessible to the audience he wants to reach, and he writes so that they are." -- Nature
"If you want to encourage anyone's interest in math, get them The Mathematical Universe."
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Review: The Mathematical Universe: An Alphabetical Journey Through the Great Proofs, Problems, and PersonalitiesUser Review - David Ellis - Goodreads
A solid, clear overview of mathematics, both simple and advanced. For anyone who wants a grounding in general math topics, this seems just about perfect. For someone who wants a more organized system ... Read full review
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