2 edition of Mathematical experiments, by K. G. Chivers, G. H. W. Rosewell; illustrations by Peter Doole; (in 3books). 4th (revised) ed. found in the catalog.
Mathematical experiments, by K. G. Chivers, G. H. W. Rosewell; illustrations by Peter Doole; (in 3books). 4th (revised) ed.
Kenneth George Chivers
Previous ed. (B70-04629) 1969.
|Contributions||Rosewell, Gordon Henry William., Doole, Peter.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||26|
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Follow Kenneth George Chivers and explore their bibliography from 's Kenneth George Chivers Author Page. "Mathematics by Experiment" is a ground-breaking book about a new way of doing math that generated so much excitement it was reviewed in "Scientific American" six months before it got into print.
The authors are long-time collaborators David Bailey, chief technologist in the Computational Research Department of Lawrence Berkeley National Cited by: System Upgrade on Tue, May 19th, at 2am (ET) During this period, E-commerce and registration of new users may not be available for up to 12 hours.
Mathematical Experiments. Mathematics: how to prove 1 = 2 and how to prove 2 = 3: Multiplication: how to do Russian multiplication: Moebius Bands: how to make a Moebius band / how to double the length of a Moebius band: Cubes: how to push a cube through the middle of a cube the same size: Squares: how to make an extra square appear.
The Mathematical Intelligencer publishes stylish, well-illustrated articles, rich in ideas and usually short on proofs. The balance of topics reflects the broad spectrum of mathematical activity, and especially, great recent achievements (the Mordell conjecture, the Bieberbach conjecture, the Jones polynomial).
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If you decide to participate, a new browser tab will open so you can complete the survey after you have completed your visit to this website. of mathematical methods in biology. He intended to develop a “mathematical biology” that would relate to experiments just like the well-established mathematical physics (Cull, ).
He chose to name this new field of inquiry “mathematical biophysics,” a decision reflected in the title of Author: Daniel Sander Hoffmann. Every picture is accompanied by a brief explanatory text, references to further reading, and a number of web links where you can obtain further information.
This book is intended for all friends of mathematics—students, teachers, amateurs, and professionals—who want to see something beyond dry text and endless formulas. Mathematical Experiments: How to prove 1 = 2. How to prove 2=3. Enter your search terms Submit search form: Web: Also V.I.
Arnol'd is quite enthusiastic about the experimental mathematics. In particular, he wrote two books on the subject in Russian, Experimental mathematics, Fazis, Moscow,and Experimental observation of mathematical facts, MCCME, Moscow,where, I guess, one could find a number of examples of the kind you ask for.
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The aim of this book is to present some the basic mathematics that is needed by computer scientists. The reader is not expected to be a mathematician and we hope will find what follows useful.
Just a word of warning. Unless you are one of the irritating minority mathematics is hard. You cannot just read a mathematics book like a novel/5(). The result is a book that is valuable and approachable for biologists at all levels, including those interested in deepening their skills in mathematical modeling and those who seek an overview to aid them in communicating with collaborators in mathematics and statistics.
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Mathematics in School is published by the Mathematical Association, an organization based out of the UK. Coverage: (Vol. 1, No. 1 - Vol. 43, No. 5). This is the first book by Martin Gardner I read - and I have been a fan ever since.
Just thinking of this book fills me with nostalgia. A lazy summer afternoon: the youth section of our city library, housed in an ancient mammoth of a colonial building: the musty smell of old books: the summer vacation stretching in front of me and the pretty girl who sat across me at the table, at whom I /5.According to the preceding list that not all mathematical subjects seem to be relevant for biology.
Classical algebraic structures occur in a cursory manner at best, and one of the deepest branches, number theory and arithmetics, is en-tirely absent. Also, the third area of mathematics .Exploratory experimentation in mathematics: Selected Works.
David H. Bailey and Jonathan M. Borwein have collaborated on the subject of experimental mathematics for a quarter of a century. This book collects sixteen articles written together or separately and with coauthors.