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The Man Who Loved Only Numbers: The Story of Paul Erdos and the Search for Mathematical Truth | Paperback

Released on 03 June 1999

Author: Paul Hoffman | Format: Paperback

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The biography of a mathematical genius. Paul Erdos was the most prolific pure mathematician in history and, arguably, the strangest too.

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 Good if you like maths

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The book seems pretty good so far! It's quite unusual to read about someone who could be so obsessed with mathematics, the book really makes you want to read more and tells an intriguing story. I'd only recommend it to people who have a keen interest in maths though as some of the concepts could be difficult to understand.

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AuthorPaul Hoffman
PublisherHarperCollins Publishers (GB)
Year1999
ISBN9781857028294
FormatPaperback - 320 Pages
Illustrations(1 x 16pp b/w)