The New York Times Book of Mathematics

The New York Times Book of Mathematics

More Than 100 Years of Writing by the Numbers

Book - 2013
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From the archives of the world's most famous newspaper comes a collection of its very best writing on mathematics. Big and informative, The New York Times Book of Mathematics gathers more than 110 articles written from 1892 to 2010 that cover statistics, coincidences, chaos theory, famous problems, cryptography, computers, and many other topics. Edited by Pulitzer Prize finalist and senior Times writer Gina Kolata, and featuring renowned contributors such as James Gleick, William L. Laurence, Malcolm W. Browne, George Johnson, and John Markoff, it's a must-have for any math and science enthusiast!
Publisher: New York, NY : Sterling, [2013]
ISBN: 9781402793226
1402793227
Characteristics: xvi, 480 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Kolata, Gina Bari 1948-

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johnf108 Jun 25, 2013

The book has some short/long stories they printed over the last 100 years.
Some articles cover familiar topics but even then show articles from that time to show where "things went wrong."
Some articles about topics I've not heard any/much about.
General readers who like science, should find this interesting.

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