Math Refresher for Adults: The Perfect Solution (Mastering Essential Math Skills)

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Math Refresher for Adults: The Perfect Solution (Mastering Essential Math Skills)

Math Refresher for Adults: The Perfect Solution (Mastering Essential Math Skills)

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Gödel, Escher, Bach is a wonderful exploration of fascinating ideas at the heart of cognitive science: meaning, reduction, recursion, and much more. Chaos is not a text book therefore is not a study book but rather an interesting walk through the history and times of the Chaos theory. Lots of the books in this post have been recommended by people who credit them with inspiring them to do maths in later life. Written by Brian Clegg this book explains how infinity turns maths upside down demonstrating how 1 can be the same as 0 turning all we understand about maths on its head. books, as they are referred to by fans of Martin Gardner, contain 144 wonderful puzzles from the reigning king of recreational mathematics.

misconceptions about the nature of mathematics, Professor Ogilvy takes you on a lively tour of the four basic branches of the subject: number theory, algebra, geometry and analysis. How to Think about Abstract Algebra provides an engaging and readable introduction to its subject, which encompasses group theory and ring theory. The theorem states that every map in the world can be coloured with just four colours in a way that means that no two neighbouring countries have the same colours. The Colossal Book of Mathematics is so clever in the way that it brings frivolity and amusement to Maths experts while it also brings information and learning to those studying Maths. highly informative book, which is ideal for anyone wanting to remind themselves - or discover for the first time - that maths is relevant to almost everything we do.This book contains 125 of the world's best brainteasers from the last two millennia, taking us from ancient China to medieval Europe, Victorian England to modern-day Japan, with stories of espionage, mathematical breakthroughs and puzzling rivalries along the way. Julia Collins said she enjoyed Paul Hoffman’s The Man Who Loved Only Numbers, a biography of Paul Erdős, the world’s most prolific mathematician. Many illustrations and examples illuminate classic aspects of the subject as well as recent advances.

illustrates how familiar ideas can be formulated rigorously, provides examples demonstrating a wide range of basic methods of proof, and includes some of the classic proofs.Written by Robert Kanigel the Man Who Knew Infinity goes into great detail regarding Ramaujan's origins in Madras through to the obviously alien setting of Cambridge.

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