One of the first two volumes in a challenging new series on the history of science, An Adventure’s Guide to Number Theory is a historically oriented introduction to number theory, dealing with properties of numbers and with numbers as abstract concepts. Written in a witty, delightful style, it encourages readers to think about the imaginative, playful qualities of numbers.
Written by: Richard Friedberg
Published by: McGraw-Hill Book Company
Printing Date: 1968
1st Edition Hardcover with Dust Jacket
In Good to Very Good Condition for the age. Includes Dust Jacket that has some light to moderate wear, including some small tears around corners and edges of spine. Book itself has light wear on the outside, mostly around corners. Binding is strong. Inside is very good with clean and crisp pages.