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Published: 2009

Author: Ian Stewart

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Size: 272 Pages

ISBN: 1847247687

Taming the Infinite : The Story of Mathematics

The history of mathematics is probably more likely to bore than entertain non-math majors. This book has managed to create an educational and enjoyable account of the development, history, and interconnection of mathematics. It is certainly worth the read and will quite likely help those non-math majors connect more dots on math theory.

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