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Proofs that Really Count: The Art of Combinatorial Proof (Dolciani Mathematical Expositions)
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When I read the book I found that it was just as clearly written, with lots of beautiful examples.
I am not a mathematician and I learn something cool and useful from this book every few paragraphs. Highly recommended.
It also makes for really good casual reading because unlike most math, reading a combinatorial proof doesn't usually require rewriting with pen and paper to understand well and have that "Aha!" moment.
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I love this book but be aware the first printing has a few typos in the Fibonacci identities. I got the most recent printing and they all are (so far) flawless though :). Read morePublished 17 months ago by okterok
A Review of the book "Proofs that Really Count"
by Gerald T. Westbrook.
This is my second review of a special book on mathematics. Read more