| P. Corsini, Violeta Leoreanu - Computers - 2003 - 322 pages
This book presents some of the numerous applications of hyperstructures, especially those that were found and studied in the last fifteen years. There are applications to the ... | |
| David Berlinski - Mathematics - 2011 - 224 pages
In Infinite Ascent, David Berlinski, the acclaimed author of The Advent of the Algorithm, A Tour of the Calculus, and Newton’s Gift, tells the story of mathematics, bringing to ... | |
| Benjamin Wardhaugh - Mathematics - 2010 - 136 pages
Writings by early mathematicians feature language and notations that are quite different from what we're familiar with today. Sourcebooks on the history of mathematics provide ... | |
| Derrick Niederman - Mathematics - 2009 - 304 pages
A compulsively readable look at the secret language of numbers- their role in nature, movies, science, and everything in between. What do Fight Club, wallpaper patterns, George ... | |
| K. C. Cole - Mathematics - 1998 - 224 pages
From the acclaimed Los Angeles Times science writer, a wise, witty, and elegant study of how math provides practical solutions to everyday problems. Are the secrets of the ... | |
| G. Arnell Williams - Education - 2013 - 260 pages
We hear all the time how American children are falling behind their global peers in various basic subjects, but particularly in math. Is it our fear of math that constrains us ... | |
| John Allen Paulos - Mathematics - 2013 - 304 pages
From the author of the national bestseller Innumeracy, a delightful exploration and explanation of mathematical concepts from algebra to zero in easily accessible alphabetical ... | |
| Alfred S. Posamentier, Ingmar Lehmann - Mathematics - 2013 - 296 pages
Two veteran math educators demonstrate how some "magnificent mistakes" had profound consequences for our understanding of mathematics' key concepts. In the nineteenth century ... | |
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