The Penguin Dictionary of Mathematicsby John Daintith, R. D. Nelson
From algebra to number theory and from statistics to mechanics, this versatile dictionary takes in all branches of pure and applied mathematics up to first-year university level. Invaluable for mathematicians, it is also a useful source book for economists, business people, engineers, technicians and scientists of all kinds who need a knowledge of mathematics in the course of their work.
The Penguin Dictionary of Mathematics also features short, informative biographies of over two hundred of the key figures in mathematics.
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