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Book Review: ‘Why Do Buses Come in Threes?’ by Rob Eastaway and Jeremy Wyndham


If you have forgotten how amazing the little things in life can be, this book will definitely help you remember. Read More »

Book Review: Fear No Numbers: How to Multiply Or Divide and Always Get It Right by Jose Paul Moretto

You'll find by using the right systems, you'll be able to simplify large numbers, and make them melt like margarine on a hot skillet! Read More »

Book Report: The King of Infinite Space: Euclid and His Elements by David Berlinski

The King of Infinite Space is a valuable work on Euclidian mathematical principles and modern day applications. Read More »

Book Review: The Theoretical Minimum: What You Need To Know To Start Doing Physics by George Hrabovsky and Leonard Susskind

The Theoretical Minimum is a collection of cutting edge essays in physics and higher mathematics. Read More »

Book Review: Roll Call: 2012 by Clarence Johnson, Ph.D.

Dr. Clarence Johnsons thought-provoking book endeavors to help improve the mathematics failure rates of African American students. Read More »

Book Review: The Ponderables by Tom Jackson

The first three books in Jackson's series help us to understand the world around us and in the process deepen our wonder. Read More »

Book Review: Man of Numbers by Dr. Keith Devlin

Math maniacs may love it, but I don't. Read More »

Book Review: The Fallacy Of Fine Tuning by Victor J. Stenger

Anyone other than a doctor or a mathematics professor is likely to feel very much out of their element (sorry) here. Read More »

DVD Review: Numb3rs: The Final Season

Numb3rs ends with a satisfying season. Read More »

A Nasty Mathematical Myth

Euler and his math pal. Read More »