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Mathematician's Delight

Mathematician's Delight

By: W. W. Sawyer

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"Recommended with confidence" by The Times Literary Supplement, this lively survey starts with simple arithmetic and algebra and proceeds by gradual steps through graphs, logarithms, and trigonometry to calculus and the world of numbers. Generations of readers have found it the ideal introduction to mathematics, offering accessible explanations of how theory arises from real-life applications.
"The main object of this book is to dispel the fear of mathematics," declares author W. W. Sawyer, adding that "Many people regard mathematicians as a race apart, possessed of almost supernatural powers. While this is very flattering for successful mathematicians, it is very bad for those who, for one reason or another, are attempting to learn the subject." Now retired, Sawyer won international renown for his innovative teaching methods, which he used at colleges in England and Scotland as well as Africa, New Zealand, and North America. His insights into the pleasures and practicalities of mathematics will appeal to readers of all backgrounds.

Reprint of the Penguin Books, Ltd., London, 1943 edition.
AvailabilityUsually ships in 24 to 48 hours
ISBN 100486462404
ISBN 139780486462400
Author/EditorW. W. Sawyer
FormatBook
Page Count240
Dimensions5 3/8 x 8 1/2

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