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Nuttigste klantenrecensies op site. Geverifieerde aankoop. An educational and sometimes engaging history of number theory's biggest problem and the many efforts it took to solve. Singh typically writes his unique histories for the casual layman I've also read "The Code Book" , which makes them as accessible as possible.
However, if you have much of any background in mathematics, you'll find a few of the explanations annoyingly simple. Just skim past those and keep on. I could write a long paragraph explaining my love for this book but I think all the other great reviews show that pretty well.
I usually read books slowly, about a few weeks to finish one. This book was an exception, I read it within a few days! As a math major, it gave this feeling of excitement that I haven't felt before. So one of the classes I decided to take this semester was Elliptic Curves!!
If you're a math major, pick this book up ASAP!!! And if you're not, still pick it up as it tells the story of one of humanities greatest achievement of the 20th century. Great read! I loved this book. It is an easy read, a few math portions where the author does a great job explaining the concepts. A lot of history and a good feel for why Math people are Math people. Simon Singh. Be the first to write a review. Share This eBook:. Add to Wishlist.
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