From Zero to Infinity: What Makes Numbers Interesting

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“The” Mathematical Assoc. of America, 1992 - Mathematics - 186 pages
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Discusses the unique characteristics of the first ten numbers, as well as Euler's number and aleph zero

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Review: From Zero to Infinity: What Makes Numbers Interesting

User Review  - Darren Kirby - Goodreads

Interesting book. Fascinating at times even. Not heavy on math, easy even for non-math nerds to understand. Read full review

Review: From Zero to Infinity: What Makes Numbers Interesting

User Review  - Sean Maguire - Goodreads

Even better than Hodges' 'From One to Nine'. First published in 1955, and updated to keep track of developments in math in the intervening 50 years, Reid does a masterful job of journeying through the ... Read full review

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