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by Calvin Clawson,Calvin C. Clawson
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Calvin C. Clawson is the author of The Mathematical Traveler and Conquering Math Phobia. The secrets of the golden mean are also explored, which is one of the things that drew me to this book.
Calvin C. He has published over two dozen short stories, and won an award from the National Writers Association for his novel The White Badger. A teacher of mathematics at Seattle Community College, he lives south of Issaquah, Washington.
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Mathematical Sorcery: Revealing the Secrets of Numbers
Mathematical Sorcery: Revealing the Secrets of Numbers. 073820496X (ISBN13: 9780738204963). When Mr. Clawson promised at the beginning of the book that if you remembered your college algebra and geometry that you'd be able to get through the book without problems, I was foolish enough to believe him. Let me state here and now that while you probably can get through it with just that, you WILL get bogged down.
Mathematical Sorcery : Revealing the Secrets of Numbers. by Calvin C. Clawson. In this captivating quest for pure knowledge, Clawson takes readers on a journey of discovery to divulge the wisdom of the ancient Greeks, Sumerians, Babylonians, and Egyptians, whose stunning revelations have deep meaning to this day. 134 illustrations.
Publisher: Perseus Books. Clawson is clearly enthusiastic about mathematics, being a true believer in the power it has to excite and enthrall while it helps us understand the physical world we find ourselves in. I have read many math books in the past decades, but none where the authors enthusiasm for the subject comes across any stronger than it does in this one. I have recommended that the library purchase the book and also that it be used in courses in mathematical history.
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Mathematical sorcery: revealing the secrets of numbers. The mathematical traveler: exploring the grand history of numbers.
Gerry Leversha, Calvin C. Published: 1 November 2002. in The Mathematical Gazette. The Mathematical Gazette, Volume 86; doi:10. Keywords: Mathematical Sorcery, Revealing the Secrets of Numbers. For questions or feedback, please reach us at support at scilit.
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Mathematical Mysteries: The Beauty and Magic of Numbers (Paperback). Clawson (author). Why seemingly unrelated mathematical truths are connected in simple and beautiful equations continues to stump even mathematicians
Mathematical Mysteries: The Beauty and Magic of Numbers (Paperback). Why seemingly unrelated mathematical truths are connected in simple and beautiful equations continues to stump even mathematicians. This recreational math book takes the reader on a fantastic voyage into the world of natural numbers. From the earliest discoveries of the ancient Greeks to various fundamental characteristics of the natural number sequence, Clawson explains fascinating mathematical mysteries in clear and easy prose.
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