| Gilles Godefroy - Mathematics - 2004 - 194 pages
Numbers are fascinating. The fascination begins in childhood, when we first learn to count. It continues as we learn arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and so on. Eventually, we ... | |
| Morris Kline - Mathematics - 1982 - 366 pages
Refuting the accepted belief that mathematics is exact and infallible, the author examines the development of conflicting concepts of mathematics and their implications for the ... | |
| William Dunham - Biography & Autobiography - 1990 - 300 pages
Surveys the most enduring ideas in mathematics, looks at how difficult theorems are solved, and offers brief profiles of famous mathematicians | |
| Hardy Grant, Israel Kleiner - Mathematics - 2016 - 109 pages
This book explores some of the major turning points in the history of mathematics, ranging from ancient Greece to the present, demonstrating the drama that has often been a ... | |
| William L. Hosch - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2010 - 286 pages
Offers an overview of the development of numbers, their expression in mathematics and measurement, and profiles of the visionaries who saw order amidst the numbers. | |
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