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The Fractal Murders (Pepper Keane Mysteries)
The Fractal Murders is nothing if not unique! Here's a first novel based on a completely fascinating premise that presents interesting, realistic and superbly developed characters; that develops a …
Coincidences, Chaos, and All That Math Jazz:
What a wonderful motto for learning! To understand deep things simply, investigate simple things deeply. In "Coincidences, Chaos and All That Math Jazz", Burger and Starbird take that motto …
A Brief History of Infinity: The Quest to Think the Unthinkable
Perhaps I should state what I think should have been made a little more obvious. Clegg's "A Brief History of Infinity" is not a mathematics book. It is definitely a history book. In fact, …
reviewed Professor Stewart's Cabinet of Mathem.... December 17, 2009
Professor Stewart's Cabinet of Mathematical Curiosities
   Professor Stewart seemed to have the devil's own time finding a balance that would appeal to fans of popular mathematics. Much of his "Cabinet of Mathematical Curiosities" is positively …
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