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Across the Board:The Mathematics of Chessboard Problems. J.J. Watkins. Approximating Perfection:A Mathematician's Journey into the World of Mechanics. L.P. Lebedev and M.J. Cloud. Baseball's All-Time Best Hitters:How Statistics Can Level the Playing Field. M.J. Schell. Baseball's All-Time Best Sluggers:Adjusted Batting Performance from Strikeouts to Home Runs. M.J. Schell. Beautiful Geometry. E. Maor and E. Jost. Behind Deep Blue:Building the Computer that Defeated the World Chess Champion. F. Hsu. Benjamin Franklin's Numbers:An Unsung Mathematical Odyssey. P.C. Pasles. The Best Writing on Mathematics 2010. M. Pitici, ed. The Best Writing on Mathematics 2011. M. Pitici, ed. The Best Writing on Mathematics 2012. M. Pitici, ed. The Best Writing on Mathematics 2013. M. Pitici, ed. The Blind Spot:Science and the Crisis of Uncertainty. W. Byers. The Calculus Gallery:Masterpieces from Newton to Lebesgue. W. Dunham. The Calculus of Friendship:What a Teacher and a Student Learned about Life while Corresponding about Math. S. Strogatz. Celestial Encounters:The Origins of Chaos and Stability. F. Diacu and P. Holmes. A Certain Ambiguity:A Mathematical Novel. G. Suri and H.S. Bal. Chance and Chaos. D. Ruelle. Chases and Escapes:The Mathematics of Pursuit and Evasion. P.J. Nahin. Chases and Escapes:The Mathematics of Pursuit and Evasion. P.J. Nahin. Circles Disturbed:The Interplay of Mathematics and Narrative. A. Doxiadis and B. Mazur, eds. Complexities:Women in Mathematics. B.Anne Case and A.M. Leggett, eds. Conversations on Mind, Matter, and Mathematics. J. Changeux and A. Connes; Count Like an Egyptian:A Hands-on Introduction to Ancient Mathematics. D. Reimer. Creating Symmetry:The Artful Mathematics of Wallpaper Patterns. F. Farris. The Crest of the Peacock:Non-European Roots of Mathematics (Third Edition). G.G. Joseph. Dr. Euler's Fabulous Formula:Cures Many Mathematical Ills. P.J. Nahin. Duelling Idiots and Other Probability Puzzlers. P.J. Nahin. e: The Story of a Number. E. Maor. Elliptic Tales:Curves, Counting, and Number Theory. A. Ash and R. Gross. The Enjoyment of Math. H. Rademacher and O. Toeplitz. Euler's Gem:The Polyhedron Formula and the Birth of Topology. D.S. Richeson. Everyday Calculus:Discovering the Hidden Math All around Us. O.E. Fernandez. The Faith of a Physicist:Reflections of a Bottom-Up Thinker. J.C. Polkinghorne. Fascinating Mathematical People:Interviews and Memoirs. D.J. Albers and G.L. Alexanderson, eds. Fearless Symmetry:Exposing the Hidden Patterns of Numbers. A. Ash and R. Gross. The 5 Elements of Effective Thinking. E.B. Burger and M. Starbird. Flatland:A Romance of Many Dimensions. E.A. Abbott. Fly Me to the Moon:An Insider's Guide to the New Science of Space Travel. E. Belbruno. Four Colors Suffice:How the Map Problem Was Solved. R. Wilson. Fractals:Endlessly Repeated Geometrical Figures. H. Lauwerier; S. Gill-Hoffstadt, et al., trans. Gamma:Exploring Euler's Constant. J. Havil. The Golden Ticket:P, NP, and the Search for the Impossible. L. Fortnow. Graphic Discovery:A Trout in the Milk and Other Visual Adventures. H. Wainer. Guesstimation:Solving the World's Problems on the Back of a Cocktail Napkin. L. Weinstein and J.A. Adam. Guesstimation 2.0:Solving Today's Problems on the Back of a Napkin. L. Weinstein and P. Edwards. Heavenly Mathematics:The Forgotten Art of Spherical Trigonometry. G. Van Brummelen. Henri Poincaré:A Scientific Biography. J. Gray. How Mathematicians Think:Using Ambiguity, Contradiction, and Paradox to Create Mathematics. W. Byers. How Round Is Your Circle?Where Engineering and Mathematics Meet. J. Bryant and C. Sangwin. How to Solve It:A New Aspect of Mathematical Method. G. Polya. An Imaginary Tale:The Story of i [the square root of minus one]. P.J. Nahin. The Importance of Being Fuzzy:And Other Insights from the Border between Math and Computers. A. Sangalli. Impossible?Surprising Solutions to Counterintuitive Conundrums. J. Havil. In Pursuit of the Traveling Salesman:Mathematics at the Limits of Computation. W. Cook. Infinity and the Mind:The Science and Philosophy of the Infinite. R. Rucker. Invitation to Mathematics. K. Jacobs. The Irrationals:A Story of the Numbers You Can't Count On. J. Havil. Venus in Transit. E. Maor. The Logician and the Engineer:How George Boole and Claude Shannon Created the Information Age. P.J. Nahin. Loving and Hating Mathematics:Challenging the Myths of Mathematical Life. R. Hersh and V. John-Steiner. Magical Mathematics:The Mathematical Ideas That Animate Great Magic Tricks. P. Diaconis and R. Graham. Math Bytes:Google Bombs, Chocolate-Covered Pi, and Other Cool Bits in Computing. T. Chartier. The Mathematical Century:The 30 Greatest Problems of the Last 100 Years. P. Odifreddi; A. Sangalli, et al., trans. Mathematical Excursions to the World's Great Buildings. A. Hahn. The Mathematical Mechanic:Using Physical Reasoning to Solve Problems. M. Levi. A Mathematical Nature Walk. J.A. Adam. The Mathematician's Brain:A Personal Tour Through the Essentials of Mathematics and Some of the Great Minds Behind Them. D. Ruelle. The Mathematician's Mind:The Psychology of Invention in the Mathematical Field. J. Hadamard. Mathematics and Plausible Reasoning, Volume 1:Induction and Analogy in Mathematics. G. Polya. Mathematics and Plausible Reasoning, Volume 2:Patterns of Plausible Inference. G. Polya. Mathematics Elsewhere:An Exploration of Ideas Across Cultures. M. Ascher. Mathematics in Nature:Modeling Patterns in the Natural World. J.A. Adam. Mathletics:How Gamblers, Managers, and Sports Enthusiasts Use Mathematics in Baseball, Basketball, and Football. W.L. Winston. Mrs. Perkins's Electric Quilt:And Other Intriguing Stories of Mathematical Physics. P.J. Nahin. Mythematics:Solving the Twelve Labors of Hercules. M. Huber. Negative Math:How Mathematical Rules Can Be Positively Bent. A.A. Martínez. Nine Algorithms That Changed the Future:The Ingenious Ideas That Drive Today's Computers. J. MacCormick. Nonplussed!Mathematical Proof of Implausible Ideas. J. Havil. Number-Crunching:Taming Unruly Computational Problems from Mathematical Physics to Science Fiction. P.J. Nahin. Numbers Rule:The Vexing Mathematics of Democracy, from Plato to the Present. G.G. Szpiro. Picturing the Uncertain World:How to Understand, Communicate, and Control Uncertainty through Graphical Display. H. Wainer. Polyominoes:Puzzles, Patterns, Problems, and Packings. S.W. Golomb. The Princeton Companion to Mathematics. T. Gowers, J. Barrow-Green, et al., eds. Programming as if People Mattered:Friendly Programs, Software Engineering, and Other Noble Delusions. N.S. Borenstein. The Proof and the Pudding:What Mathematicians, Cooks, and You Have in Common. J. Henle. Pythagoras' Revenge:A Mathematical Mystery. A. Sangalli. The Pythagorean Theorem:A 4,000-Year History. E. Maor. Sacred Mathematics:Japanese Temple Geometry. F. Hidetoshi and T. Rothman. Should We Risk It?Exploring Environmental, Health, and Technological Problem Solving. D.M. Kammen and D.M. Hassenzahl. The Silicon Jungle:A Novel of Deception, Power, and Internet Intrigue. S. Baluja. Single Digits:In Praise of Small Numbers. M. Chamberland. Slicing Pizzas, Racing Turtles, and Further Adventures in Applied Mathematics. R.B. Banks. Small Worlds:The Dynamics of Networks between Order and Randomness. D.J. Watts. The Story of Mathematics. R. Mankiewicz. Strange Curves, Counting Rabbits, & Other Mathematical Explorations. K. Ball. To Infinity and Beyond:A Cultural History of the Infinite. E. Maor. Trust in Numbers:The Pursuit of Objectivity in Science and Public Life. T.M. Porter. The Ultimate Quotable Einstein. A. Einstein; A. Calaprice, et al., eds. Undiluted Hocus-Pocus:The Autobiography of Martin Gardner. M. Gardner, P. Diaconis, et al. Uneducated Guesses:Using Evidence to Uncover Misguided Education Policies. H. Wainer. The Universe in Zero Words:The Story of Mathematics as Told through Equations. D. Mackenzie. A Wealth of Numbers:An Anthology of 500 Years of Popular Mathematics Writing. B. Wardhaugh, ed. What's Luck Got to Do with It?The History, Mathematics, and Psychology of the Gambler's Illusion. J. Mazur. When Least Is Best:How Mathematicians Discovered Many Clever Ways to Make Things as Small (or as Large) as Possible. P.J. Nahin. Who's #1?The Science of Rating and Ranking. A. Langville and C.D. Meyer. Why Cats Land on Their Feet:And 76 Other Physical Paradoxes and Puzzles. M. Levi. Will You Be Alive 10 Years from Now?And Numerous Other Curious Questions in Probability. P.J. Nahin. Wind Wizard:Alan G. Davenport and the Art of Wind Engineering. S. Roberts. Wizards, Aliens, and Starships:Physics and Math in Fantasy and Science Fiction. C.L. Adler. X and the City:Modeling Aspects of Urban Life. J.A. Adam. The Zen of Magic Squares, Circles, and Stars:An Exhibition of Surprising Structures across Dimensions. C.A. Pickover.
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