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Richard Elwes

May 14, 2011

*Maths 1001*(Quercus, UK) [a.k.a.*Mathematics 1001*, Firefly] is intended to tell us "absolutely everything that matters in mathematics", and is something of a hybrid between a popular maths book and a friendly encyclopaedia.*How to build a brain and 34 other really interesting uses of mathematics*(Quercus, UK) [a.k.a.*Mathematics Without The Boring Bits*, Sterling] a shorter and more light-hearted look at some of the biggest questions in mathematics, from the colossal computer-generated proof of the Four Colour Theorem to Zeno's paradoxes of motion.

Math 2.0 weekly series: http://mathfuture.wikispaces.com/events

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