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Collins Julia, QUERCUS, 2019
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Why 60 seconds in a minute? Who invented zero? What exactly is pi? Why do mathematicians hunt prime numbers? And how can you get a number bigger than...
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Porter Theodore, PRINCETON UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2020
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What accounts for the prestige of quantitative methods? The usual answer is that quantification is desirable in social investigation as a result of its...
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Porter Theodore, PRINCETON UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2020
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The Rise of Statistical Thinking, 1820–1900 explores the history of statistics from the field’s origins in the nineteenth century through to the factors...
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Mee Nicholas, OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2020
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Artists and scientists view the world in quite different ways. Nevertheless, they are united in a search for hidden order beneath surface appearances. The...
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Dale Tara, WILEY, 2020
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A winning educational formula of engaging lessons and powerful strategies for science teachers in numerous classroom settings The Teacher’s Toolbox series...
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Stewart Ian, PROFILE BOOKS, 2020
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Uncertainty is everywhere. It lurks in every consideration of the future - the weather, the economy, the sex of an unborn child - even quantities we think...
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Cheng Eugenia, PROFILE BOOKS, 2020
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From imaginary numbers to the fourth dimension and beyond, mathematics has always been about imagining impossible things. In x+y, Eugenia Cheng draws on the...
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Maor Eli, PRINCETON UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2020
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Trigonometry has a reputation as a dry, difficult branch of mathematics, a glorified form of geometry complicated by tedious computation. In Trigonometric...
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Cook Matt, MIT PRESS, 2020
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Exploring more than seventy-five well-known paradoxes in mathematics, philosophy, physics, and the social sciences showing how reason and logic can dispel...
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Nahin Paul, PRINCETON UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2020
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Heat, like gravity, shapes nearly every aspect of our world and universe, from how milk dissolves in coffee to how molten planets cool. The heat equation, a...
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Villani Cedric, OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2020
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In the words of the great poet Senghor, Cedric Villani makes the bold claim that Mathematics is the Poetry of Science. Perhaps paradoxical to some, both...
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Maor Eli, PRINCETON UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2020
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Music is filled with mathematical elements. The works of Bach are often said to possess a math-like logic, and Arnold Schoenberg, Iannis Xenakis, and...
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