"It makes alive the contents of the elements of mathematics."—Albert Einstein
H. G. Wells“A great book, a book of first-class importance.”
Library JournalFirst published in 1937 and reprinted several times since, Hogben's book took everybody's worst subject and explained it in a way that made it comprehensible to the average person. For this edition, the 98-year-old author updates the text and adds new illustrations. A premiere title for both academic and public libraries.
- Norton, W. W. & Company, Inc.
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