A Mathematician Reads the Newspaper

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Baker & Taylor, CATS, Jun 29, 2009 - 212 pages
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Reveals the hidden mathematical angles that can be found in everyday newspaper articles, explaining how to determine the actual probabilities and statistics of everyday occurrences. Reprint.

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Whenever mathematicians or scientists read a newspaper or magazine article, they have a tendency mentally to compose a letter to the editor taking issue with the conclusions or mode of presentation ... Read full review

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