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by Yakov I. Perelman,G. Yankovsky

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  • ISBN 0714713538
  • ISBN13 978-0714713533
  • Language English
  • Author Yakov I. Perelman,G. Yankovsky
  • Publisher MIR Publishers (September 20, 1979)
  • Pages 228
  • Formats lrf txt rtf mobi
  • Category No category
  • Size ePub 1624 kb
  • Size Fb2 1363 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 837


We now come to Algebra can be fun by Yakov Perelman. You can get the book here.

We now come to Algebra can be fun by Yakov Perelman. From the Preface This is not an easy-reading text on algebra for beginners. Neither is it a manual.

Yakov I. Perelman, G. Yankovsky

Yakov I. Yankovsky. This is a book of entertaining problems that can be solved through the use of algebra, problems with intriguing plots to excite the readers curiosity, amusing excursions into the history of mathematics, unexpected uses that algebra is put to in everyday affairs, and more. Algebra Can Be Fun has brought hundreds of thousands of youngsters into the fold of mathematics and its wonders

Algebra can be fun by Yakov Perelman.

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Yakov Isidorovich Perelman was born on December 4, 1882. He was a Russian and Soviet science writer and author of many popular science, including Physics Can Be Fun and Mathematics Can Be Fun (both translated from Russian into English). Perelman was born in 1882 in the town of Byelostok, Congress Poland.

Algebra Can Be Fun book. Yakov Perelman's Physics for Entertainment, Figures for Fun and this book are all favourites from a nerdy teenage

Algebra Can Be Fun book. Yakov Perelman's Physics for Entertainment, Figures for Fun and this book are all favourites from a nerdy teenage.

Algebra Can be Fun Paperback – 20 September 1979. by Yakov I. Perelman (Author), .

Yakov Isidorovich Perelman (Russian: Яков Исидорович Перельман; December 4, 1882 – March 16, 1942) was a Russian and Soviet science writer and author of many popular science books.

Yakov Isidorovich Perelman (Russian: Яков Исидорович Перельман; December 4, 1882 – March 16, 1942) was a Russian and Soviet science writer and author of many popular science books, including Physics Can Be Fun and Mathematics Can Be Fun (both translated from Russian into English). Perelman was born in 1882 in the town of Białystok, Congress Poland. He obtained the Diploma in Forestry from the Imperial Forestry Institute (Now Saint-Petersburg State Forestry University) in Saint Petersburg, in 1909

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Manazar
I read this book in my childhood and I was happy to order several copies as prizes for school students who participated in science competitions (together with another book by Perelman which has had absolutely the same problem). When the order arrived I was totally upset - the publisher - ISHI PRESS INTERNATIONAL is a monster, the quality of printing is below any standards. Horrible printing killed the book.
I DO NOT recommend to buy this book as a gift - you will be ashamed of the quality of your gift, inspire of the content.
Valawye
This book was falling apart when I received it. The binding was old and loose. I would say poor condition. It basically fell apart after I tried to read for about 30 minutes. But it was a used book so you get what you pay for.
Cktiell
I had read this book as a kid, so decided to buy one for my son. He loves it and reads it in leisure time.
Rocksmith
The first edition of Algebra can be Fun came out in the nineteen twenties and was destined to a wonderful future of bringing hundreds of thousands of youngsters into the fold of mathematics and its wonders. It is written in the form of lively sketches that discuss the multifarious (and exciting!) applications of algebra to the world around us. Here we encounter equations, logarithms, roots, progressions, the ancient and famous Diophantine analysis and much more. The examples are pictorial, vivid, often witty and bring out the essence of the matter at hand. There are numerous excursions into history and the history of algebra too. Quite naturally, a number of things sound a bit old-fashioned - times have changed! - but the efforts of Lenin Prize Winner V. G. Boltyansky, who edited the latest edition and added a good deal of fresh material from the world of computers, have given extra polish to this gem of entertainment. No one who has read this book will ever regard mathematics again in a dull light. Reviewers regard it as one of the finest examples of popular science writing.
Vudomuro
This book is a classic in Algebra with numerous amazing an entertaining problems. But this edition of the book is simply awful. the publisher (ISHI PRESS INTERNATIONAL) did not make any efforts in editing and formatting the book (heck, can't they, out of respect, write the full name of author on the cover). If you are interested by this book, look for another publisher, there are cheaper ones with better quality.