Realm of numbers

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Houghton Mifflin, 1959 - Mathematics - 200 pages
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Explanations of mathematical techniques and principles are combined with the history of mathematics. Includes simple arithmetic, square root, logarithms, and even imaginary numbers.

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REALM OF NUMBERS

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Once more Isaac Asimov takes the venom out of abstract study, presenting the theory of numbers on which mathematics are based in a lucid and entertaining manner. Numbers, their meaning and evolution ... Read full review

Contents

Digits and Digits
1
Nothing and Less than Nothing
18
ByPassing Addition
35
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