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The Little Book of Mathematical Principles, Theories, & Things

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  • Posted March 27, 2013

    I accidentally stumbled on this book in the store. At first glan

    I accidentally stumbled on this book in the store. At first glance I thought it would be a great book to teach my young son about some of the mathematical principles, but this book is so much more. The book has theories, functions, principles, but more so, it has historical origin of some of those solutions and how they were derived. I thought it was an amazing piece of literature to have in the household, but then realized it is even more. My daughter's boyfriend is a math guru. He read and reads very advanced mathematical books and when I presented him  with his own copy of this little gem, he found it to be a great addition to his library of books on the topic. Overall, I highly recommend it to anyone at any level. It is a must have.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 6, 2009

    Enlighten yourself

    This book offers an excellent introduction and description of many important mathematical principles prevalent in our whole universe. Though many of the principles, theories, and things that it shows can be complex and difficult to understand, it presents to the reader many of the important applications of mathematics that many people take for granted or ignore. Read this book if you want to be self-aware of the universe made of numbers.

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