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Mathematical Mysteries: The Beauty and Magic of Numbers Paperback – December 8, 1999
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through the intricate and exotic world of mathematics, and
does require that you know advanced mathematics. THIS IS
THAT BOOK! Written in a clear, almost conversational style,
this book is a wonderful choice for readers from all types
of mathematical backgrounds. Even those who only had
high school algebra can read and UNDERSTAND the mathematics
presented in this book. It takes the seemingly separate
and distinct pieces from different areas of math and ties
them together into a nice, clean book. Moreover, you won't
spend weeks reading this. It's reads easily, and takes
about a week to complete. Chapter by chapter or skipping
around, everyone is bound to get something out of this one!
This book will give you hours of absolute delight. Excellent work.
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When I find 3 lies in the first 25 pages, it leaves me little confidence that I can believe anything in this book. The author changes facts to fit his narrative. Not a good start. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Donald Kahn
I am not a mathematician, but I am very intrigued by fractals, irrational numbers, phi and the like. Read morePublished on January 7, 2014 by matthew Shortridge
I was a student of Mr. Clawson's, and highly recommend any student of his to use this book as a study guide.Published on May 6, 2004 by E. L. Adams