6 edition of **How the Other Half Thinks** found in the catalog.

- 236 Want to read
- 8 Currently reading

Published
**June 21, 2001** by McGraw-Hill Companies .

Written in English

- Philosophy of mathematics,
- Science/Mathematics,
- Advanced,
- Popular works,
- Mathematics

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Hardcover |

Number of Pages | 177 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL9253490M |

ISBN 10 | 007137339X |

ISBN 10 | 9780071373395 |

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His approach makes complex concepts like topology, set theory, and probability accessible and exciting.3/5(4). With its ingeniously intuitive approach, "How the Other Half Thinks "will appeal to those enthusiasts who are charmed by mathematics and its style of thinking, as well as those more tentative readers who would like to find out why advanced mathematics casts a spell over so many of its followers/5.

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and parents; and for How the Other Half Thinks, intelligent lay persons with intellectual curiosity and the patience and resolve to satisfy it. Sherman Stein is probably best known for his book Mathematics: The Man-Made Universe [38], which has become a staple of general mathemat-ics courses in colleges.

In the last decade he has. Recreational and instructive, How the Other Half Thinks will appeal to die-hard math enthusiasts (of which there are many) as well as those “right-brainers” who are looking for a way to understand and enjoy math.

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Being of a non-mathematical nature and "the other half", I was forced to read this book for my college math course and do an essay on it.

My teacher told me the book discusses how non-mathematical minds think. I figured it would be something worth looking into and might help me understand math better. The book did no such thing/5. With its ingeniously intuitive approach, "How the Other Half Thinks" will appeal to those enthusiasts who are charmed by mathematics and its style of thinking, as well as those more tentative readers who would like to find out why advanced mathematics casts a spell over so many of its followers.

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