Prelude to Mathematics

No mathematician can be a complete mathematician unless he is also something of a poet." — K. Weierstrass

In this lively and stimulating account, noted mathematician and educator W. W. Sawyer (Professor Emeritus, University of Toronto) defines mathematics as "the classification and study of all possible patterns." It is a broad definition, but one that seems appropriate to the great scope and depth of the topic.

Published: 1955
Format: Paperback
Pages: 213
Size:  18 x 11 cm
Condition: good for its age. bindings good,  no foxing. see photos

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