Foolproof and other mathematical meditations pdf

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foolproof and other mathematical meditations pdf

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Brian Hayes started his career as a member of the editorial staff of Scientific American in After he left Scientific American he was mainly active as a contributor to and for two years also as the editor of American Scientist , a bimonthly magazine devoted to science and technology. Two books with selections of his articles appeared before. The present book is a collection of updated and extended versions of 13 of his contributions that appeared previously in American Scientist. The texts as they appeared originally were exposed to a broad readership and so many the reactions and additions could be implemented in the current version.
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Foolproof, and Other Mathematical Meditations

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The Basic Library List Committee suggests that undergraduate mathematics libraries consider this book for acquisition. There is, of course, no shortage of books that attempt to explain interesting mathematical ideas to laypeople, but over the years I have found that they tend to be of variable quality. It takes some skill to write a popular book that is accurate, accessible and genuinely informative. Brian Hayes has that skill, and Foolproof is one of those books. Though I have never read any other books by Hayes, the name was nonetheless somewhat familiar to me, and I soon realized why: over the years I have reviewed four books in the Best Writing on Mathematics annual anthology series, and three of those four books , and contain articles by him.

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  1. Lighcrafisle1977 says:

    Foolproof, and Other Mathematical Meditations is his entertaining and accessible exploration of mathematical terrain both far-flung and nearby, bringing readers.

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