Mathematiques En Un Instant

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Mathematics in an instant brings together all the major knowledge on the subject in a single volume. Each page is devoted to a key point and summarizes the most important facts in a concise, clear and visual way, meaning you can become an expert... in an instant. From the number zero to the Riemann hypothesis, from prime numbers to irrational numbers, and from Pythagoras to John Nash and Roger Penrose, each key figure, theory or mathematical term is presented with succinct, lively text and graphics. Perfect for those with a thirst for knowledge and a shortage of time, this graphic guide makes mathematics captivating and accessible at last. Everything you need to know - and more - is here.

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Authors: Paul Parsons, Gail Dixon Publisher: Contre-dires Year of publication : 2021 Dimensions : 23.8 x 18.9 x 1.6 cm