| A. K. Dewdney - Mathematics - 1993 - 182 pages
Dewdney shows how advertisers, politicians, stock brokers, and others twist numbers and percentages around in order to make the numbers show what they want in order to fool an ... | |
| Jerry P. King - Mathematics - 2009 - 394 pages
Many of us trained mainly in the humanities and liberal arts may respect mathematics as an essential scientific discipline, but have done very little mathematics and often feel ... | |
| John Allen Paulos - Mathematics - 2009 - 176 pages
Argues that there is no logical reason to believe in God, refuting twelve arguments commonly proposed to prove the existence of God, while offering commentary on such topics as ... | |
| Clint Brookhart - Reference - 1999 - 160 pages
Provides a collection of math puzzles and mind benders with instructions for solving them | |
| Stephen Hawking - Mathematics - 2007 - 1358 pages
Looks at landmark mathematical discoveries over the past 2,500 years by such mathematicians as Euclid, Isaac Newton, Pierre Simon de Laplace, Georg Cantor, Alan Turing, and ... | |
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