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240 pages
Published (first published 2008)
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Eliahu Baransky
A fun introduction to the subject, filled with intuitively clear explanations, fit also for those who did not have high education in mathematics.
Guy Grobler
Either I know to much about the subject already, or it just didn't tell me anything new.
Great book.
Made me think of the world as a mathematical game, and I loved it.
Probably the most fun book on game theory
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Shapira was born in Lithuania in 1962 and immigrated to Israel in 1977.Haim Shapira holds two PhD's (Theorethical Mathematics and Science Education) , is one of Israel's most popular and in-demand lecturers, an author of seven best-selling books, and an avid collector of anything beautiful. He teaches mathematics, psychology, philosophy and literature.
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