Popular Works of Mathematics Math Lite Collection
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|QA 273.15 H35x 2003||Taking chances : winning with probability||Haigh, John, Dr.||Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2003|
|QA 41 H23 2003||Gamma: Exploring Euler's Constant||Havil, Julian||Princeton : Princeton University Press, c2003.|
|QA 9.8 H72 1999||Gödel, Escher, Bach: An Eternal Golden Braid||Hofstadter, Douglas R.||New York : Basic Books, c1999.|
|QA 273.15 H65 2002||What are the Chances? : Voodoo Deaths, Office Gossip and Other Adventures in Probability||Holland, Bart K.||Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, c2002.|
|QA 243 H67x 2003||Mathematical diamonds||Honsberger, Ross||Washington, D.C. : Mathematical Association of America ; Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2003|
|HA 29 H88 1993||How to Lie with Statistics||Huff, Darrell||New York : W. W. Norton, c1993.|
|Q 172.5 S95 J319x 2002||Symmetry, Ornament, and Modularity||Jablan, Slavik Vlado||[River Edge] New Jersey : World Scientific, c2002.|
|QA 8.4 S72 2008||How Math Explains the World||James D. Stein||New York : HarperCollins : Smithsonian Books, c2008|
|QA 28 J36 2002||Remarkable Mathematicians: from Euler to von Neumann||James, Ioan||Cambridge, U.K. ; New York : Cambridge University Press, c2002.|
|QA 99 K37 2005||Reality conditions: short mathematical fiction.||Kasman, Alex||Washington, DC: Mathematical Association of America,|