Math Book Changing Cultural Perceptions
The recreational math book, “A Cultural Paradox: Fun in Mathematics”, is changing the cultural perception of mathematics, dispelling the notion that math is boring.
Ideal for high schools and colleges who need a little help in motivating math students, and also useful for those in the scientific community that like to be in-the-know on current math topics.
Released in 2010, “A Cultural Paradox: Fun in Mathematics”, has become one of the most popular ebooks on the web, with over 100,000 downloads at top ebook websites like feedbooks.com and free-ebooks.net. It is also available at Amazon.com in paperback and Kindle formats, and Google Books as a free PDF.
Those interested may read the author’s latest thoughts on mathematics, the February 2011 article, “The Magic of Binary”, at the Cambridge University based thenakedscientists.com.
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