
A site by Alexander Bogomolny, former Associate Professor of Mathematics at the University of Iowa, who states “Mathematics is the only deductive science. The peculiar beauty of Mathematics lies in deduction, in the dependency of one fact upon another. …I hope to create a resource that would help learn, if not math itself, then, at least, ways to appreciate its beauty.” There are sections on Algebra, Geometry, Calculus, Probability, games, fallacies, Logic, Illusions, and much more.


New Material In Mathematics
The joy of X : a guided tour of math, from one to infinity / Strogratz, Steven
QA93 .S77 2012
The irrationals: a story of the numbers you can’t count on / Havil, Julian
QA 247.5 .H38 2012
The tangled origins of the Leibnizian calculus: a case study of a mathematical revolution / Brown, Richard
QA 24 .B76 2012
The history of mathematics: a very short introduction / Stedall, Jacqueline
QA 21 .S828 2012
Geometries / Sosinskii, A.B.
QA445 .S593 2012
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