Mathematical Essays and Recreations
by Hermann Schubert
Publisher: The Open Court Publishing 1898
Number of pages: 159
The mathematical essays and recreations in this volume are by one of the most successful teachers and text-book writers of Germany. The essays of Professor Schubert are, from a logical and esthetic side, full of suggestions for elementary mathematical teachers and students, as well as for non-mathematical readers.
Home page url
Download or read it online for free here:
by Mary Everest Boole - C. W. Daniel
Contents: From Arithmetic To Algebra; The Making of Algebras; Simultaneous Problems; Partial Solutions, Elements of Complexity; Mathematical Certainty; The First Hebrew Algebra; How to Choose Our Hypotheses; The Limits of the Teacher's Function; etc.
by J. E. Littlewood - Methuen And Company Limited
Anyone open to the idea of looking through a popular book on mathematics should be able to get on with this one. It contains pieces of technical mathematics; these can all be skipped without prejudice to the rest, and a coherent story will remain.
by Lewis Carroll - MacMillan
This is a short text Carroll wrote to introduce children to logical reasoning, specifically set logic. The text does a good job of explaining basic logical theory in a way that children can understand. A great brain teaser for readers of all ages.
by Arnold Dresden - H. Holt and Company
The author's aim is to give a reader an insight into the character of the important questions with which mathematics is concerned, to acquaint him with some of its methods, and to lead him to recognize its intimate relation to human experience.