You are a mathematician

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Anyone familiar with numbers, circles, straight lines and squares can become a mathematician. 'All you have to do', claims David Wells, 'is to learn to look at these objects with some insight and imagination, maybe do a few experiments, and be able to draw reasonable conclusions...' This entertaining and informative introduction to mathematics begins with the secrets of triangles and the dazzling patterns formed by even the simplest numbers. It examines polyhedral cheeses, reverse Koch snowflakes and Rabbi Moses' box, takes ...

You are a Mathematician 1995, Penguin Books Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9780140174809

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