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The Mathematics of Secrets: Cryptography from Caesar Ciphers to Digital Encryption Joshua Holden "Suitable for anyone with a basic understanding of high school math, | |

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Making and Breaking Mathematical Sense: Histories and Philosophies of Mathematical Practice Roi Wagner "Mathematicians and philosophers should find this excellent book accessible and stimulating. As a mathematician, I was pleasantly surprised that some of Deleuze's philosophy could be made not just comprehensible but compelling. Among the new mathematical material, the book’s account of Bombelli and the cubic equation was particularly impressive. And the story of the emergence of negative and imaginary numbers has never been told with such subtlety and clarity."--John Stillwell, University of San Francisco | |

The Real Analysis Lifesaver: All the Tools You Need to Understand Proofs Raffi Grinberg "This book is a great resource that every real analysis student should have. Grinberg writes like a professor would speak to a student during office hours: free of jargon, with a sense of humor, yet still in an authoritative and informative manner."--Oscar E. Fernandez, author of | |

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Enlightening Symbols: A Short History of Mathematical Notation and Its Hidden Powers Joseph Mazur "[A] fascinating narrative. . . . This is a nuanced, intelligently framed chronicle packed with nuggets--such as the fact that Hindus, not Arabs, introduced Arabic numerals. In a word: enlightening."--George Szpiro, | |

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The Joy of SET: The Many Mathematical Dimensions of a Seemingly Simple Card Game Liz McMahon, Gary Gordon, Hannah Gordon & Rebecca Gordon " | |

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Sourcebook in the Mathematics of Medieval Europe and North Africa Edited by Victor J. Katz, Menso Folkerts, Barnabas Hughes, Roi Wagner & J. Lennart Berggren "There is no denying that great mathematical progress was made in Europe in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. The primary sources in this book show how mathematics developed in medieval Europe to the stage where such progress became possible. The editors do a good job of explaining mathematical ideas of the time to modern readers while still leaving the extracts to speak for themselves."--John Hannah, University of Canterbury, New Zealand | |

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Zombies and Calculus Colin Adams "Romance! Danger! Calculus! Zombies! Adams ( |

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