Popular Works of Mathematics Math Lite Collection
All works listed in the link below are in the collection of the Mathematics Library and may be borrowed for regular loan. To place a request through the Library Catalog, search for the item by title, author or call number and click the Requests button at the top of the screen.
This listing should be considered as a discovery tool. It was not meant to be a complete listing of of all popular or lay accessible books in the library. As a discovery tool think of looking for other books in the same call number, or other books by the same authors, or other books with the same key words in the title or subject. Suggestions for more titles to include will be happily accepted via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|QA 255 M39x 2003||Imagining Numbers: (particularly the square root of minus fifteen)||Mazur, Barry||New York : Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, c2003.|
|QA 29 F6 A3x 2001||In Code: A Mathematical Journey||Flannery, Sarah with David Flannery||New York : Workman Pub., c2001|
|QA 93 P33||Innumeracy: Mathematical Illiteracy and its Consequences||Paulos, John Allen||New York : Hill and Wang, c1988.|
|QA 8.4 L586 2009||Is God a Mathematician||Livio, Mario||New York: Simon & Schuster, 2009.|
|Q 125 I88x 2002||It Must be Beautiful: Great Equations of Modern Science||Edited by Graham Farmelo||London : Granta, c2002.|
|QA 93 S97 2003||Kepler's Conjecture: How some of the greatest minds in history helped solve one of the oldest math problems in the world||Szpiro, George G.||Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley, c2003.|
|QA 29 C353 W55 2008||Lewis Carroll in Numberland: his fantastical mathematical logical life||Wilson, Robin J.||New York : W.W. Norton, 2008|
|QA 13 M319 2007||Math doesn't suck : how to survive middle school math without losing your mind or breaking a nail||McKellar, Danica||New York: Hudson Street Press, 2007.|
|QA 99 K73 2002||Mathematical apocrypha : stories and anecdotes of mathematicians and the mathematical||Krantz, Steven G.||Mathematical Association of America, c2002|
|QA 243 H67x 2003||Mathematical diamonds||Honsberger, Ross||Washington, D.C. : Mathematical Association of America ; Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2003|