
THE JOY OF MATHEMATICS &
MORE JOY OF MATHEMATICS
by Theoni Pappas
Part of the joy of mathematics
is that it is everywherein soap bubbles, electricity, da Vinci's
masterpieces, even in an ocean wave. Written by the wellknown
mathematics teacher consultant, this two volume collection of
over 500 clearly illustrated mathematical ideas, concepts, puzzles,
and games shows where they turn up in the "real" world.
You'll find out what a googol is, visit hotel infinity, read
a thorny logic problem that was stumping them back in the 8th
century.
"Pappas
demystifies mathematics in a collection of miniature essays called
The Joy of Mathematics." The New York Times
"Approach goes far beyond the usual mechanical presentation,
linking math to vital, everyday life and adding cultural and
historical influences to connect math concepts to realistic challengesfun
rather than tedious." The Bookwatch
"The Joy of Mathematics presents the world of mathematics
to readers in a fresh, original way. For any reader, mathematician
or noteasily readable by allreadily usable for enrichment I highly
recommend it." The Mathematics Teacher
" designed to help the reader become aware of the inseparable
relationship of mathematics and the world by presenting glimpses
and images of mathematics in the many facets of our lives."
Science News
"Rarely does one come across books on mathematics with such
breadth, beauty, and insight. Pappas' books always contain fascinating
and valuable informationnot only for the curious students and
laypeoplebut also for the seasoned researcher." Clifford
Pickover, author of Computers & The Imagination
"THE
JOY OF MATHEMATICS & MORE JOY OF MATHEMATICS add up to the
most fun you've had in a long time." BookoftheMonth
Club
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 TABLE of CONTENTS
 The irrational number coverup
Ada Byron Lovelace's addiction
Exposing L'Hospital's claim to fame
Whose solids are they anyway?
The paranoia of Kurt Gödel
Newton's apple never was
Mathematical "Brooklyn Bridge"
Christians murder Hypatia
Cantor driven to nervous breakdown
The mathematician who pleaded insanity
The scandalous treatment of Alan Turing
Fourier cooks his own goose
The secret work of Carl Gauss
Female mathematician crashes the old boys' club
 Newton was no sweet cookie
Where's the Nobel Prize in mathematics?
Was Galois jinxed?
I sleep therefore I think
The feud over who invented calculus
The truth about Einstein & MaricIt's all relative
Cardano vs TartagliaWho was maligned?

THE MATHEMATICAL SCANDALS
by Theoni Pappas
In this highly readable volume of vignettes, coupled with factual
background, Pappas has assembled fascinating stories of intrigue
and the bizarre  in short, the human background of the history
of mathematics.
MATHEMATICAL SCANDALS delves behind the scenes and reveals real
people, whose rivalries, deceptions, and idiosyncrasies are at
odds with the mathematician's reputation for clear thinking and
scientific detachment.
"If you have a kid
over, say 16 years who thinks math is boring, this book is the
cure." —Jaron
Lanier, Discover
Magazine
"These scandals
are not salacious tabloids; rather, they concern incidents and
controversies involving personalities from the history of mathematics.The
stories are informative, and the writing style is appealing."
—The Mathematics
Teacher
"Pappas'
passion for math has produced many previous winning titles: this
presents a new vision for exploring math Even reluctant math
users will find the blend of intrigue and social history involving."
The Bookwatch
"MATHEMATICS
SCANDALS gives Pappas' devoted fans another dose of the inventiveness
and flair they have come to expect from her work." Publisher's Group West
"Many associate
mathematics with cold logic. To dispel the stereotype, the author
examines the human sides and foibles of renowned mathematicians." Douglas Borton, The Actuarial
Digest
· $10.95 ·160
pages ·5.5"x8.5"
·paperback
· index ·illustrations
· ISBN: 188455010X


THE MUSIC OF REASON
Experience
the Beauty of Mathematics Through Quotations
by Theoni Pappas
Learn what
Alice in Wonderland, Albert Einstein, William Shakespeare, Mae
West, Plato and others have to say about mathematics.
THE MUSIC OF REASON is a compendium of profound and profane thoughts
on mathematics by mathematicians, scientists, authors and artists.
This collection of quotes  a mixed bag of the humorous and the
philosophical is a thoughtprovoking sampler on mathematics,
dealing with mathematics and the imaginations, the arts, history,
nature, numbers, sciences, computers and much more. Students,
teachers and others will all enjoy this collection of thoughtful
and humorous quotes.
" divided into fifteen
categories each category preceded by a short commentary by the
author. integrating mathematics to with such subjects as science,
history, English, art, and music, the quotations from this book
can act as a springboard for some lively discussions linking
mathematics to other subjects and the real world will complement
the collections of mathematicians and mathematics educators alike."
The Mathematics
Teacher
$9.95
5"x7" illustrated throughout
128 pp·ISBN:1884550045


THE MAGIC OF MATHEMATICS
by Theoni Pappas
Delves into the world of
ideas, explores the spell mathematics casts on our lives, and
helps you discover mathematics where you least expect it. Be
spellbound by the mathematical designs found in nature. Learn
how knots may untie the mysteries of life. Be mesmerized by the
computer revolution. Discover how the hidden forces of mathematics
hold architectural structures together connect your telephone
calls help airplanes get off the ground  solve the mysteries
of the living cell. See how some artists use a mathematical palette
in their works and how many writers draw upon the wealth of its
ideas. Experience all this in The Magic of Mathematics.
 "Thoughtprovoking
yet not overwhelming, this book makes the author's pleasure in
mathematics evident. "
 —Library Journal

 "witty and intriguing" —Science News

 "Readers will relish
this book. The focus is to explain math in a lively, revealing
manner. It succeeds!" —The
Bookwatch

 "Pappas writes at
a level that puts all her topics within reach of any mathematics
teacher and usually within reach of a generalist as well. In
spite of this, she does not skim over facts or misrepresent them.
If you haven't bought Pappas' first two books, then get them.
If you have them, buy this one as well." —The Mathematics Teacher
Like Pappas'
The Joy of Mathematics, the illustrations, graphics
and photographs in The Magic of Mathematics make the book
a visual as well as an intellectual experience.
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Ask
for the
MATHEMATICS
CALENDAR 2015
at
your local bookstore or online from such sites as amazon.com
& barnesandnoble.com.
Monthly
Topics in 2015 calendar include:
the
honey bee & the numbers behind CCD
Mathematical
awards old & new
Don't
give me that line a math story
Meet
the algorithms
random
&chaotic warehousing at amazon.com
the
mathematical illusion behind RELEASE by Marco Cianfanelli
the
new class of polyhedra
mathematical
snippets
mathematics
& the new way of tuning acoustics
brain
teaser to tax the mind

THE MATHEMATICS CALENDAR 2015
by Theoni Pappas
Now in its 35th year,
with its exciting topics, graphics and mindboggling problems,
this calendar continues to be a hit with teachers, students,
engineers, math buffs and puzzle lovers. It's more than a calendar each month features an
intriguing math topic and each day a tantalizing problem
it's a treasure trove of information, games, puzzles and stories,
illustrating how mathematics influences, touches, and impacts
our lives. It
is uniquely designed so that each day of every month has a problem
whose solution is the date. The
brain twister lies in figuring how to arrive at the answer. For
each month the problems range from arithmetic to calculus.
THE MATHEMATICS CALENDAR
has given thousands of people a new perspective about math
how it can be fun, fascinating & intriguing. It's no wonder its popularity continues to grow.
The 12
monthly topics feature exciting topics which remind us again and again how mathematics
describes nature, impacts the sciences, is essential to architecture,
is inseparable from music, influences the arts, exercises and
tantalizes the mind with its puzzles and problems, stimulates
and creates new technologies, and reveals the multidimensions
of our world and universe through its ever evolving ideas and
insights.
"A wall calendar
that should be off the wallit's like have a math magazine with
twelve solidly researched articles. You and your students will
really have to take some time to get everything out of this publiscation.
If you hang this up, expect students to be standing in front
of it for a long time" The Mathematics Teacher
"...continues
to astonish...among the best calendars I've seen...a positive
brainwrecker."
San Francisco Chronicle
".Very functional,hone
up your skills day by day. No rest for the weary with this clever
calendar that will most definitely wake you up."  The Book Reader
"...a winner
in the Exploratorium Store...unique...thought provoking... entertaining."  The Exploratorium Store
"It's a unique
calendar. It sells well and is something that has never been
done." 
Stanford University Bookstore
"Wonderful!
Start your day with a thoroughly bent mind, and perhaps learn
a bit of math too. It's become a museum store classic." Whole Earth Review
"Some of
the most unusual items to cross our desk are The Children's Mathematics
Calendar & The Mathematics Calendar. Each includes a different
problem on each day of the year, along with valuable mathematical
information on each month."
Today's Catholic Teacher
"designed
to increase understanding and appreciation of math concepts. The Cincinnati Post
"makes math fun as well as educational" The
Bookwatch
"People interested in the beauty and intrigue of various
high school mathematics topics will like The Mathematics Calendar.
Pappas's efforts could lead to many meaningful classroom discussions
and projects".
 The Mathematics Teacher
opens
to 11"x17" · $12.95
·ISBN:9781884550737· color illustrations throughout

Ask
for the
MATHEMATICS
CALENDAR 2014
at
your local bookstore or online from such sites as amazon.com
& barnesandnoble.com.
Monthly
Topics in 2014 calendar include:
JANUARY The Exploratorium
FEBRUARY Introducing the Reuleaux
triangle & the gang of constant width objects
MARCH Square, circle, and
equilateral traingle learn to loosen up a math fable
APRILThe positive &
negative of it.positive
& negative space
MAY Origami enters the
sceince of medicine
JUNE Decimals keeps tabs
on your books
JULY Momathway to
go mathexploring
the museum of mathematics
AUGUST Math plays ballmathematics
behind baseball
SEPTEMBER Brain exercisers challenge problems
OCTOBER Mathematics goes
to the balleta
glimpse at the physics & math behand dance
NOVEMBER Mathematical snippets a look at Big
data & US centroids
DECEMBER Mathematical trivia

THE MATHEMATICS CALENDAR 2014
by Theoni Pappas
Now in its 34th year,
with its exciting topics, graphics and mindboggling problems,
this calendar continues to be a hit with teachers, students,
engineers, math buffs and puzzle lovers. It's more than a calendar each month features an
intriguing math topic and each day a tantalizing problem
it's a treasure trove of information, games, puzzles and stories,
illustrating how mathematics influences, touches, and impacts
our lives. It
is uniquely designed so that each day of every month has a problem
whose solution is the date. The
brain twister lies in figuring how to arrive at the answer. For
each month the problems range from arithmetic to calculus.
THE MATHEMATICS CALENDAR
has given thousands of people a new perspective about math
how it can be fun, fascinating & intriguing. It's no wonder its popularity continues to grow.
The 12
monthly topics feature exciting topics which remind us again and again how mathematics
describes nature, impacts the sciences, is essential to architecture,
is inseparable from music, influences the arts, exercises and
tantalizes the mind with its puzzles and problems, stimulates
and creates new technologies, and reveals the multidimensions
of our world and universe through its ever evolving ideas and
insights.
"A wall calendar
that should be off the wallit's like have a math magazine with
twelve solidly researched articles. You and your students will
really have to take some time to get everything out of this publiscation.
If you hang this up, expect students to be standing in front
of it for a long time" The Mathematics Teacher
"...continues
to astonish...among the best calendars I've seen...a positive
brainwrecker."
San Francisco Chronicle
".Very functional,hone
up your skills day by day. No rest for the weary with this clever
calendar that will most definitely wake you up."  The Book Reader
"...a winner
in the Exploratorium Store...unique...thought provoking... entertaining."  The Exploratorium Store
"It's a unique
calendar. It sells well and is something that has never been
done." 
Stanford University Bookstore
"Wonderful!
Start your day with a thoroughly bent mind, and perhaps learn
a bit of math too. It's become a museum store classic." Whole Earth Review
"Some of
the most unusual items to cross our desk are The Children's Mathematics
Calendar & The Mathematics Calendar. Each includes a different
problem on each day of the year, along with valuable mathematical
information on each month."
Today's Catholic Teacher
"designed
to increase understanding and appreciation of math concepts. The Cincinnati Post
"makes math fun as well as educational" The
Bookwatch
"People interested in the beauty and intrigue of various
high school mathematics topics will like The Mathematics Calendar.
Pappas's efforts could lead to many meaningful classroom discussions
and projects".
 The Mathematics Teacher
opens
to 11"x17" · $12.95
·ISBN:9781884550720· color illustrations throughout

Monthly
Topics in 2016 calendar include:
Alan Turing & CAPTCHAs
A new generation of magic squares
Some polygons have it & Picks theorem
Virtual music positive
& negative space
Digital geometry
First woman Fields Medalist Maryam Mirzakhani
Mathematics & Poetry are they connected?
What's the point? square & spacefilling curve fable
Brain busters challenge problems
Ada Lovelace's day
Mathematical snippets
Who worked on what?

THE MATHEMATICS CALENDAR 2016
by Theoni Pappas
Now in its 36th year,
with its exciting topics, graphics and mindboggling problems,
this calendar continues to be a hit with teachers, students,
engineers, math buffs and puzzle lovers. It's more than a calendar each month features an
intriguing math topic and each day a tantalizing problem
it's a treasure trove of information, games, puzzles and stories,
illustrating how mathematics influences, touches, and impacts
our lives. It
is uniquely designed so that each day of every month has a problem
whose solution is the date. The
brain twister lies in figuring how to arrive at the answer. For
each month the problems range from arithmetic to calculus.
THE MATHEMATICS CALENDAR
has given thousands of people a new perspective about math
how it can be fun, fascinating & intriguing. It's no wonder its popularity continues to grow.
The 12
monthly topics feature exciting topics which remind us again and again how mathematics
describes nature, impacts the sciences, is essential to architecture,
is inseparable from music, influences the arts, exercises and
tantalizes the mind with its puzzles and problems, stimulates
and creates new technologies, and reveals the multidimensions
of our world and universe through its ever evolving ideas and
insights.
"A wall calendar
that should be off the wallit's like have a math magazine with
twelve solidly researched articles. You and your students will
really have to take some time to get everything out of this publiscation.
If you hang this up, expect students to be standing in front
of it for a long time" The Mathematics Teacher
"...continues
to astonish...among the best calendars I've seen...a positive
brainwrecker."
San Francisco Chronicle
".Very functional,hone
up your skills day by day. No rest for the weary with this clever
calendar that will most definitely wake you up."  The Book Reader
"...a winner
in the Exploratorium Store...unique...thought provoking... entertaining."  The Exploratorium Store
"It's a unique
calendar. It sells well and is something that has never been
done." 
Stanford University Bookstore
"Wonderful!
Start your day with a thoroughly bent mind, and perhaps learn
a bit of math too. It's become a museum store classic." Whole Earth Review
"Some of
the most unusual items to cross our desk are The Children's Mathematics
Calendar & The Mathematics Calendar. Each includes a different
problem on each day of the year, along with valuable mathematical
information on each month." Today's Catholic Teacher
"designed
to increase understanding and appreciation of math concepts. The Cincinnati Post
"makes math fun as well as educational" The
Bookwatch
"People interested in the beauty and intrigue of various
high school mathematics topics will like The Mathematics Calendar.
Pappas's efforts could lead to many meaningful classroom discussions
and projects".  The Mathematics Teacher
opens
to 11"x17" · $12.95
·ISBN:9781884550751· color illustrations throughout


FRACTALS, GOOGOLS & OTHER MATHEMATICAL TALES
by Theoni Pappas.
 A treasure trove of stories
that make mathematical ideas come to life. Explores math concepts
and topics such as real numbers, exponents, dimensions, the golden
rectangle in both serious and humorous ways. Penrose the cat,
the parable of p, the number line that fell apart, Leonhard the
magic turtle and many others offer an amusing and entertaining
way to explore and share mathematical ideas regardless of age
or background.
 · A TOP
TEN AWARD ·
for Best Children's Book
by The Educational Source
"For those you love math, for those indifferent to it,
and for those who absolutely dread and fear it, this latest volume
by the author of The Joy of Mathematics is an entertaining way
to explore the world of numbers regardless of age or background."
Bookpaper
·
$10.95 ·10"x8"
· illustrations throughout
· 64 pp

a
math app
Search: mathchallenges
at
iTunes or the APP Store

mathchallengesby
Theoni Pappas & Dale Lindley
now available
at through iTunes or the Apple APP store
Kick start your brain with MATHCHALLENGES.
99 challenges that will exercise those gray cells. Whether it's
a computation problem, a thought challenge, problems involving
advanced equations or just challenges that use plain old
logic, you'll have to resort to mathematical thinking.
Remember mathematics is an active sport. A pencil, paper and
perhaps a calculator are your tools. The challenges cover a range
of math problems, which may both challenge and amuse you. Sometimes
math skills will help you solve them, other times you may rely
only on logic.
MATHCHALLENGES is designed
so that you can tackle only one mathematical challenge in a twentyfour
hour period. During that time, if you get stuck, you can ask
for a hint. Or, if you are frustrated, you can always look
at the solution, but you cannot go to the next challenge until
a day has passed. Why? Because for some challenges
our minds may need time to process the information and seek out
that 'aha' moment. Some math challenges need time to percolate
in our minds. So to remove the temptation of rushing to
know the answer, the 24 hour rule lets us mull over the problem,
and even, perhaps, come up with alternate ways to solve it.
A hint can be accessed for a challenge in case you need a boost,
and when you do check your answer, an indepth solution
is given which may afford new insights.
Problem solving fuels imagination
and creativity. These 99 challenges will stimulate your brain,
challenge your wits and increase your confidence. Solving or
understanding the solutions will both increase your confidence
and understanding of math, and with each solution you will experience
a sense of accomplishment. The challenges that you don't solve
will perhaps provide new insights on how to approach various
problems. By the end of these 99 challenges you will have enhanced
your mathematical tool kit.
Now availble
at the Apple APP Store.
FREE


PUZZLES FROM PENROSE
the
mathematical cat
by Theoni Pappas
Pappas is a highly respected and nationally
recognized author of books on mathematics for the layperson and
the mathematician. She simplifies mathematical concepts and makes
math more understandable and approachable. In addition she has
a superb track record with her books on mathematics for children.
Description
The famous mathematical cat Penrose takes us on a trip though
puzzleland, while sharing fascinating and challenging puzzles
in this uniquely designed mini book. Each page's puzzle is introduced
by our star Penrose or one of his quirky friends. Readers are
treated to page after page of Penrose antics and problems, while
the over 100 mind teasers stimulate and engage its readers gray
cells, This book's mini format and fun graphics makes
it hard to resist picking up, and its characters and puzzles
are sure to entertain both kids or adults.
· $10.95 ·160
pages ·4.25"x5.5"
·paperback
· index ·illustrations
· ISBN: 9781884550706
color
throughtout
papewrback:
ISBN: 9781884550706
ebook: ISBN:
9781884550713


MATHADAY
by Theoni Pappas
Pappas has come up with yet
another way to make math part of your life. Not a calendar, not
a reference book, but a compendium of mathematical information
that will give you your math fix everyday.
Each day 
 kick starts your brain with
a problem or puzzle (detailed solutions are included)
 has a mathematical quote
to inspire the other sied of your brain
 features a historical or
current math note
 has its date expressed in
another number system
Start
off your day with it · Take it to meetings · Share
it with friends.
ISBN: 1884550207
· $12.95
· 5.5"x8.5" · 256 pages · illustrated


MATHEMATICAL FOOTPRINTS
by Theoni Pappas
MATHEMATICAL FOOTPRINTS
is another gem by
the creator of THE MATHEMATICS CALENDAR and author of
THE JOY OF MATHEMATICS.
"Pappas's books have been gold
mines of mathematical entertainment...spreading inspirational
and mathematical good cheer. "Jon
Scieszka, author of Math
Curse
MATHEMATICAL FOOTPRINTS takes a creative look at the role
mathematics has played since prehistoric times, and will play
in the future, and uncovers mathematics where you least expect
to find it from its many uses in medicine, the sciences,
and its appearance in art to its patterns in nature and its central
role in the development of computers. Pappas presents mathematical
ideas in a readable nonthreatening manner.
·
$10.95 ISBN: 188455021`5
·240 pages · 5.5"x8.5" · photos
& illustrations throughout


Do the math!
math challenges to exercise your mind
by Theoni Pappas
Kick start your brain with Do the math!
math challenges that will exercise those gray cells. Whether it's a computation problem, problems involving advanced equations or challenges that use plain old logic, you'll have to use to math.
Problems are provocative and engage your curiosity. The challenges cover a range of math problems, which will tantalize, challenge and amuse you. Sometimes math skills will help you solve them, other times you may rely on logic.
Do the math! is designed so that if you get stuck, you can turn toits HINT section.
Each challenge also comes with an indepth solution, found in the SOLUTION section.
Problem solving fuels imagination
and creativity. These 99 challenges will stimulate your brain,
challenge your wits and increase your confidence. Solving or
understanding the solutions will both increase your confidence
and understanding of math. With each solution you will experience
a sense of accomplishment. The challenges that you don't solve
will perhaps provide new insights on how to approach various
problems. By the end of Do the math! you will have enhanced
your mathematical tool kit.
ISBN:
1884550744 · $12.95
· 4.5"x6" · 242 pages · collor illustrations on every page


MATH FOR KIDS &
Other
People Too!
by Theoni Pappas
"Pick a page, any page, and let the fun begin! Theoni
Pappas's choice of stories, puzzles, and games is delightful,
challenging, and timeless." Jackie Faillace Getgood,
Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, NCTM magazine
A book that brings mathematics to life in stories, puzzles and
challenges.
Here we find 
how the fractions were squeezed
between the whole numbers
 witness the rise and fall
of the Roman numerals
 do mental gymnastics with
intriguing puzzles
 challenge a friend to a
special game
 help factorials cut things
down to size
 discover what's a zillion
 learn the magic of binary
cards
 and much much more
 Helps kids find
out that mathematics is more than just computation. 
 Lets them discover the world of mathematics.
$10.95
· 8'x10"
·
illustrations throughout
·
128 pp ISBN: 1884550134


THE ADVENTURES OF PENROSE
the
mathematical cat
&
THE FURTHER ADVENTURES OF PENROSE
the
mathematical cat
by Theoni Pappas
Penrose,
no ordinary cat, takes kids on adventurous tours of mathematical
concepts and characters with his books.
Join Penrose as he continues
on his mad cap tour of mathematical ideas.
 Venture
with him when he discovers how to help the square root of 2
 Meet the
fractal dragon
 Watch a
tangram egg hatch
 learn how
to make a square become a bird
 help nanocat
get back home
 and MANY
more amusing,
entertaining and informative tales
while
in THE FURTHER ADVENTURES OF PENROSE
 discover the mathematical
reptiles
 meet x, the mathematical
actor
 meet Probably
 discover how 1+1 does not
always =2.
 help Sorry Snowflake find
its symmetry
 take on Napier's hot rods
 and MANY
more amusing,
entertaining and informative tales
All told in an enchanting and captivating style that is sure
to make mathematics fun as well as educational. The reader will
gain new insights and appreciation for mathematics and its many
facets.
"Students will find the stories interesting and will
be challenged by the suggested activities and questions. useful
as motivational stories and extensions of their lesson. This
book will help teachers develop a better understanding of skills
and concepts and to motivate students to really like mathematics."
Shirley Roberts, Teaching Children Mathematics
THE
ADVENTURES OF PENROSE $10.95 · 8'x10"
·
illustrations throughout
·
114 pages ISBN: 1884550142
THE
FURTHER ADVENTURES OF PENROSE $10.95 · 8'x10"
·
illustrations throughout
·
128 pages ISBN: 1884550320

Example
PROPER FRACTIONS
(To be read aloud by two people.
Please note that lines on the same horizontal are meant to be
read simultaneously.)
We are
proper
 fractions.
 Ever so
correct. Never out of line.
Never larger on the top
 than
on the bottom.
 Never hanging
around
with whole numbers.
 Our numerators
and
denominators
are simply whole are simple
natural
numbers. numbers.

 Numerators
always Denominators always
smaller than larger than
denominators. numerators.

 We are proper
We are proper
fractions
that
is.

MATH TALK
by Theoni Pappas
Creative juices were certainly at work
when this book of mathematical dialogues was created by Theoni
Pappas. It presents a new way to enjoy and learn mathematical
ideas via poetic dialogues read by two people. A new twist to
mathematical themes.
"MATH TALK in its novel approach
would make an interesting addition to the mathematics library
for any age group." The
Mathematics Teacher
"Continuing on her
crusade to demystify mathematics, Pappas delivers a new way to
enjoy and learn some sublimely abstract notions" The Bookpaper
"One of our favorites is an
unusual little paperback called MATH TALK" Home Education Magazine
24 delightful and informative poetic dialogues for exploring
math ideas.
  TOPICS INCLUDE
· Mathematics · Circles · Proper fractions
· Fractals
· Fibonacci numbers · One · Operations ·
Imaginary numbers
· Moebius strip · Zero · Squares ·
Operations
· Variables · Radicals · Triangles ·
· Primes · Dimensions
· Golden Mean · e, & i (for three voices)
· Integers · Tessellations · Even numbers
 · Googols
· We are numbers.
$8.95
·8.5"x5.5"·72 pp
ISBN:0933174748
