Mathsemantics: making numbers talk sense
An entertaining, anecdotal elucidation of math shows readers how numbers have inherent semantic content and attempts to cure readers of math blocks acquired in school. 20,000 first printing. $20,000 ad/promo.
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Review: Mathsemantics: Making Numbers Talk SenseUser Review - Goodreads
Most interesting discussion of ways in which our culture fosters a certain incompatibility with number concepts, despite our increasing reliance on numeric information. Really intriguing.
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Written by an "industrial" statistician (running a company analyzing airline passenger traffic), this book analyzes results of job applications targeted to evaluate real life math skills. The results ... Read full review
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