Bridges to infinity: the human side of mathematics

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J.P. Tarcher, 1985 - Mathematics - 204 pages
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Explains important mathematical concepts, such as probability and statistics, set theory, paradoxes, symmetries, dimensions, game theory, randomness, and irrational numbers

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Guillen does a great job in this introduction to mathematics aimed at those who suffer from math-anxiety. Bridges of Infinity brings the wonder and intrigue of the math world into clear focus without ... Read full review

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Guillen does a great job in this introduction to mathematics aimed at those who suffer from math-anxiety. Bridges of Infinity brings the wonder and intrigue of the math world into clear focus without ... Read full review

Contents

BETWEEN CHECKERS AND CHESS
7
A CERTAIN TREASURE
11
IRRATIONAL THINKING
31
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