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  - hyacinth - Goodreads

Decent math, dry exposition, intrusive politics. George Orwell quotes Hogben among others in his essay Politics and the English Language as examples of writing "below the average" that exhibit "staleness of imagery" and "lack of precision". Fitting. Read full review

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User Review  - Jim - Goodreads

When I think of this book, I think of my father who died 23 years ago . He had a copy of this book given to him by his father-in-law. This was either to get him through U-Conn Engineering Math after ... Read full review

Contents

The World Encompassed
348
The Algebra of the Chessboard
575
Statistics
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