The Lady Tasting Tea
Sep07

The Lady Tasting Tea

The Lady Tasting TeaAn insightful, revealing history of the magical mathematics that transformed our...

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Prime Obsession: Bernhard Riemann and the Greatest Unsolved Problem in Mathematics:
Sep05

Prime Obsession: Bernhard Riemann and the Greatest Unsolved Problem in Mathematics:

Prime Obsession In August 1859 Bernhard Riemann, a little-known 32-year old mathematician, presented a paper to the Berlin Academy titled: On the Number of Prime Numbers Less Than a Given Quantity… List Price:$33.95 Our Price:$32.25 Prime Obsession In 1859, Bernhard Riemann, a little-known 32-year old mathematician, made a hypothesis while presenting a paper to the Berlin Academy titled On the Number of Prime Numbers Less Than a Given … Online Price:$16.80 Our Price:$15.96 Prime Obsession: Bernhard Riemann and the Greatest Unsolved Problem in Mathematics: unsolved number theory problems are a huge fascination for many mathematicians and hobbyists. It’s a fun field full of challenges and discoveries just waiting to spring forth. ‘Prime Obsession’ focuses on the Riemann’s Hypothesis, the most important unsolved problem in Mathematics. A reviewer on Amazon does an excellent job at describing the beauty of this book, quoting him: “Prime Obsession is a delight: a book about a hypothesis on the distribution of prime numbers that reads like a gripping mystery. Most fiction isn’t this vivid, moving, and well written, and this is no fiction. It is history, biography, philosophy, and, yes, mathematics brought to life with wit and wonder. You have to read this extraordinary book. This is the story of the Reimann Hypothesis, the greatest unsolved problem in mathematics today.“. Used and Discount Books: [phpbay]Prime Obsession: Bernhard,...

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To Infinity and Beyond
Sep04

To Infinity and Beyond

To Infinity and Beyond: What’s infinity? What it is its impact on mathematics and what are its cultural implications that it holds? These questions are clearly answered in this book which provides a beautiful exposition that is accessible to anyone. Read this book and chances are you’ll feel a sense of enlightenment as you soak up the words of this amazing writer. I would particularly recommend it as a gift for teenagers in high school, as a way of getting them interested in mathematics. This book will provide them with an essay on the reasons behind the study of Calculus and the practical implications within the areas of Art and Astronomy as well. Used and Discount Books: [phpbay]eli To Infinity and Beyond,...

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Fermats Enigma – Fermat’s Last Theorem
Sep03

Fermats Enigma – Fermat’s Last Theorem

Fermats Enigma The world of mathematics has all but recovered from the quandary that baffled its master mathematicians for over three-and-a-half centuries… Online Price:$16.80 Our Price:$15.96 Fermat’s Last Theorem: if you are interested in learning more about the history and fascinating tales which surround one of the most well known theorems, this book will provide you with a marvelous and entertaining way to spend a Sunday afternoon. My wife who is not a mathematician, simply loved this book for its rich story telling and coverage of a topic with substantial historical significance. Find a Used or Discount Book: [phpbay]Simon Singh,...

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Mathematics for the Nonmathematician
Sep02

Mathematics for the Nonmathematician

Mathematics for the Non-Mathematician Mathematics for the Non-Mathematician Online Price:$16.20 Our Price: $15.39 Mathematics for the Nonmathematician: history and methodologies of mathematics are well covered in this very inexpensive title. It combines two aspects which are difficult to match: it’s a page-turner like many math popular titles, while being instructional as well as an effective introductory text to basic mathematics for students and amateur mathematicians alike . Find a Used or Discount Book: [phpbay]Mathematics for the Nonmathematician,...

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Dr. Euler”s Fabulous Formula
Aug31

Dr. Euler”s Fabulous Formula

Dr. Euler”s Fabulous Formula I used to think math was no fun ””Cause I couldn””t see how it was done Now Euler””s my hero For I now see why zero Equals e [pi] i +1 –Paul Nahin, electrical engineer In the mid-eighteenth … List Price:$35.95 You Save: $12.23 (34%) Online Price:$23.72 Our Price: $22.53 Dr. Euler’s Fabulous Formula: Cures Many Mathematical Ills: the author, Nahin, follows up his first book above with this gem – with a somewhat ridiculous title – about the most beautiful equation in the history of mathematics: . It’s a delightful read, but beware that the author cuts to the chase in this one, and expects from the reader a solid understanding of complex numbers, as he exposes the application in various fields and covers advanced topics such as Fourier Series and Integrals (dedicating a chapter to each of them). Therefore I would consider the book “An Imaginary Tale” above, a prerequisite before approaching this book. Find a Used or Discount...

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An Imaginary Tale: The Story of “i”
Aug30

An Imaginary Tale: The Story of “i”

An Imaginary Tale: The Story of Ö-1 In 1878, two brothers stole a mathematical papyrus from the ancient Egyptian burial site in the Egyptian Valley of Kings… List Price:$55.50 Our Price: $52.72 An Imaginary Tale: The Story of “i” [the square root of minus one]: complex numbers are what puzzle many non-mathematicians the most. It’s intuitively easy to explain Rational and Real numbers to the layman, but complex numbers are often seen as something mysterious. In this book, Nahin goes the extra mile in his attempt to provide historical details as well as insight into the motivation behind complex analysis, offering a serious introduction to the topic that will also serve many mathematically inclined high schoolers and freshmen well. Find a Used or Discount Book: [phpbay] An Imaginary Tale: The Story of,...

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Man Who Loved Only Numbers
Aug29

Man Who Loved Only Numbers

Man Who Loved Only Numbers:: STORY OF PAUL ERDOS AND THE SEARCH FOR MATHEMATICAL TRUTH Paul Erdos gave up everything to pursue his love of numbers… List Price:$39.95 Our Price:$37.95 The Man Who Loved Only Numbers: an original biography of the genius Paul Erdős, who was arguably the most prolific mathematician of the last century , renowned for being just as much of an eccentric as a math whiz. This book won its author a 1999 Aventis Prize for Science Books and you can watch a lecture that the author, Paul Hoffman, gave about the subject. As you can expect for such a unique mathematician, this book is filled with anecdotes and fascinating facts. If you are like me, you’ll buy a copy for yourself and will end up buying copies for your friends as a means of providing them with a light and interesting reading. Find a Used or Discount Book: [phpbay]Man Who Loved Only Numbers,...

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The Best of Times: Math Strategies that Multiply
Aug23

The Best of Times: Math Strategies that Multiply

The Best of Times: Math Strategies that Multiply written by Greg Tang and illustrated by Harry Briggs – This approach teaches students that memorization is not the only way to prevail in multiplication. It gives students different strategies for the multiplication problems they don’t know. The Best of Times The Best of Times gives kids an intuitive understanding of multiplication, encouraging them to arrive at answers on their own, rather than memorizing the times tables… List Price:$24.99 You Save: $8.50 (34%) Online Price:$16.49 irewards Member Price:$15.66 Discount Math Books: [phpbay]The Best of Times: Math Strategies that Multiply,...

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Amazing Pop-Up Multiplication Book
Aug23

Amazing Pop-Up Multiplication Book

Amazing Pop Up Multiplication Book written by Kate Perry and illustrated by Jennie Maizels– This detailed illustrated pop-up book gives students practice on different parts of the multiplication table through different events. [phpbay]Amazing Pop-Up Multiplication, 10[/phpbay] Multiplication Mastery (Free Enrollment) Multiplication Mastery o Learn your Times Tables in 7...

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