An Infinitely Large Napkin
by Evan Chen
Publisher: MIT 2016
Number of pages: 615
Description:
The Napkin project is a personal exposition project aimed at making higher math accessible to high school students. Topics: Basic Algebra and Topology; Linear Algebra and Multivariable Calculus; Groups and Rings; Complex Analysis; Quantum Algorithms; Algebraic Topology; Category Theory; Differential Geometry; etc.
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