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The Enjoyment of Math

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What is so special about the number 30? How many colors are needed to color a map? Do the prime numbers go on forever? Are there more whole numbers than even numbers? These and other mathematical puzzles are explored in this delightful book by two eminent mathematicians. Requiring no more background than plane geometry and elementary algebra, this book leads the reader int ...more
Paperback, 212 pages
Published November 21st 1966 by Princeton University Press (first published November 1st 1966)
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