There's a lot more to time than clocks and calendars. Time is the most crucial, controversial, complex, mindblowing force in the universe. It rules our lives and everything around us...
Paul J. Nahin
Shares the story of formula - long regarded as the gold standard for mathematical beauty - and shows why it still lies at the heart of complex number theory.
Richard G. Heck
Richard Heck explores a key idea in the work of the great philosopher/logician Gottlob Frege: that the axioms of arithmetic can be logically derived from a single principle. Heck uses...
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Dave Robinson; Judy Groves
Unique graphic introductions to big ideas and thinkers, written by experts in the field.
John J. Diehl
Guides and instructs students on preparing for the SAT mathematics level 1 subject test, providing test-taking strategies and tips, and includes seven full-length practice exams with explanations of each answer.
In this Very Short Introduction, Jacqueline Stedall explores the rich historical and cultural diversity of mathematical endeavour from the distant past to the present day, using illustrative case studies drawn...
Clifford A. Pickover
Beginning millions of years ago with ancient "ant odometers" and moving through time to our modern-day quest for new dimensions, this title covers 250 milestones in mathematical history. It helps...
Suitable for brushing up on your maths skills, this title offers an overview of the basics followed by a guide to numerical tests including fractions and decimals, rates, percentages, data...
From one of our most gifted and lyrical writers on mathematics, an exploration of the fascinating origins and critical legacy of Euclid's influential book The Elements, which still stands as...
John Martineau; Miranda Lundy; Daud...
From ancient Babylon to the last great unsolved problems, Ian Stewart brings us his definitive history of mathematics. In his famous straightforward style, Professor Stewart explains each major development -...
Hermann Weyl; Peter Pesic
Keith J. Devlin
The Maths Gene explains how the human mind came to - and continues to - perform mathematical reasoning.
Sharon Bertsch McGrayne
Drawing on primary source material and interviews with statisticians and other scientists, this book offers an account of Bayes' rule for general readers, It traces its discovery by an amateur...