Mathematics for the Million

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Norton, 1951 - Civilization - 697 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

The World Encompassed
348
The Algebra of the Chessboard
575
Statistics
609
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