Mathematics made difficult World Pub | 207 pages | 1972 | ISBN: 0529045524 | DJVU | 1.72 MB
I found this book while browsing my university library 25 years ago. In a sea of titles like "Mathematics Made Easy/Simple/etc." this book stood out from the crowd. Now, my mathematical background would probably be categorized as "moderate" - the ordinary math taken by an engineering student, 3 years of calculus and differential equations. Advanced algebra, group and set theory, and topology are all beyond my understanding.
Chycho - The Language of Mathematics DVDRips | WMV/WMV3, ~1453 kb/s | 720x480 | Duration: 21 hours | English: WMA, 128 kb/s (2 ch) Size: 12.6 GB | Genre: Mathematics
Content on this page is geared towards teaching the syntax of the language of mathematics, the rules and principles that we use in math. See Math in Real Life for a look at how we can use this information to enhance our lives.
Mathematics Teacher Preparation in Central America and the Caribbean: The Cases of Colombia, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic and Venezuela By Angel Ruiz English | PDF | 99 Pages | 2017 | ISBN : 3319441760 | 1.3 MB
This book is an excellent synthesis of the initial and continuing preparation for Mathematics Teaching in Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic and Venezuela, from which comparative analyses can be made that show similarities and differences, and highlight various perspectives.
The Mobius Strip: Dr. August Mobius's Marvelous Band in Mathematics, Games, Literature, Art, Technology, and Cosmology by Clifford A. Pickover 2006 | ISBN: 1560258268 | 267 pages | DJVU | 2,9 MB
The road that leads from the Möbius strip—a common-sense-defying continuous loop with only one side and one edge, made famous by the illustrations of M.C. Escher—goes to some of the strangest spots imaginable.
Five Golden Rules: Great Theories of 20th-Century Mathematics–and Why They Matter by John Casti 1995 | ISBN: 0471002615 | 256 pages | DJVU | 2,06 MB
Praise for Five Golden Rules "Casti is one of the great science writers of the 1990s. . . . If you′d like to have fun while giving your brain a first–class workout, then check this book out."–Keay Davidson in the San Francisco Examiner.