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The Resource The math instinct : why you're a mathematical genius (along with lobsters, birds, cats and dogs), by Keith Devlin

The math instinct : why you're a mathematical genius (along with lobsters, birds, cats and dogs), by Keith Devlin

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The math instinct : why you're a mathematical genius (along with lobsters, birds, cats and dogs)
Title
The math instinct
Title remainder
why you're a mathematical genius (along with lobsters, birds, cats and dogs)
Statement of responsibility
by Keith Devlin
Title variation
math instinct
Title variation remainder
why youre a mathematical genius (along with lobsters, birds, cats, and dogs)
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
National Public Radio's "Math Guy" explains why humans possess a remarkable capacity for "natural" math while offering words of confidence for the multitudes who are afraid of math
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201701
Cataloging source
OCO
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Devlin, Keith J
Dewey number
510
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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True
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Mathematics
  • Mathematics
Target audience
adult
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why you're a mathematical genius (along with lobsters, birds, cats, and dogs)
Label
The math instinct : why you're a mathematical genius (along with lobsters, birds, cats and dogs), by Keith Devlin
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Out of the minds of babies -- Elvis: the Welsh corgi who knows calculus -- What is mathematics? -- Where am I and where am I going? -- Nature's architects: the creatures that can do math of construction -- Natural artists: the animals (and plants) that create beautiful patterns -- It's just a step to the right: the math of motion -- The eyes have it: the hidden math of vision -- Animals in the math class -- Razor sharp: the mathematical tricks of street traders and supermarket shoppers -- All numbers great and small -- The trouble with meaningless math -- Tapping into our math instinct
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
279 p.
Isbn
9781560256724
Lccn
2005277465
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ill.
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  • (Sirsi) i9781560256724
  • (OCoLC)58469047
Label
The math instinct : why you're a mathematical genius (along with lobsters, birds, cats and dogs), by Keith Devlin
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Out of the minds of babies -- Elvis: the Welsh corgi who knows calculus -- What is mathematics? -- Where am I and where am I going? -- Nature's architects: the creatures that can do math of construction -- Natural artists: the animals (and plants) that create beautiful patterns -- It's just a step to the right: the math of motion -- The eyes have it: the hidden math of vision -- Animals in the math class -- Razor sharp: the mathematical tricks of street traders and supermarket shoppers -- All numbers great and small -- The trouble with meaningless math -- Tapping into our math instinct
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
279 p.
Isbn
9781560256724
Lccn
2005277465
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9781560256724
  • (OCoLC)58469047

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