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am 17. September 2012
Das Buch versucht Mathematik verständlich zu erklären und das schaft es auch ohne Probleme.
Dazu ist zu sagen, das buch enthält zwar übungsaufgaben, dennoch ist es kein richtiges Lehrbuch.
Dieses Buch sollte man wie einen Roman lesen, es gibt einen Verständlichen überblick, über (fast)
alle Themen der Mathematik. Ich studiere Physik und das Buch war dennoch interresant, denn
es gibt einem nicht nur stuhr Axiome, sonder erläutert auch den historischen kontext und welches
Problem mit den Rechnungen versucht wurde zu lösen. Daher kann ich das Buch uneingeschränkt empfehlen.
Aber wie schon gesagt, es ist kein richtiges Lehrbuch, es ist eher eine Einführung in die Konzepte
der Mathematik, doch am ende jedes Kapitel stehen Listen mit Büchern die Empfohlen werden um sich mit Spezielem
Thema tiefergehend zu befassen. Also wer ein Buch sucht welches ihn in die Welt der Mthematik einführt ist am Ziel.
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am 2. August 2015
If you were expecting math theory without the math or an opportunity to replace algebra with arithmetic tricks then you will be sorely disappointed.

Like his earlier book "Mathematic s: a cultural approach) this is a sneaky way to introduce liberal arts students to the world of mathematics by showing them a practical approach. Don't by any means mistake this for what it is not; it is not a way to cut corners as by the time you finish this book you will been introduced to just about every phase of mathematics and geometry.

Although it can be a fun approach, you will need to be prepared to learn some stuff about things such as theory of gravity.

It starts off with the historical orientation to math and why math is important.

To give you an idea of the simplicity of this book here is a sample of the contents:

a historical orientation
logic and mathematics
number: the fundamental concept
algebra, the higher arithmetic
the nature and use of Euclidean geometry
charting the earth and the heavens
the mathematical order of nature
the awakening of Europe
mathematics and painting in the Renaissance
projective geometry
coordinate geometry
the simplest formulas in action
parametric equations and curvilinear motion
the application of formulas to gravitation
the differential calculus
the integral calculus
trigonometric functions and oscillatory motion
the trigonometric analysis of musical sounds
non-Euclidean geometries and their significance
arithmetic's and their algebras
the statistical approach to the social and biological sciences
the theory of probability
nature and the values of mathematics

As you can see you're in for a lot of fun especially if you liked mathematics for non-mathematicians. Ha!
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am 21. Juli 2015
If you were expecting math theory without the math or an opportunity to replace algebra with arithmetic tricks then you will be sorely disappointed.

Like his earlier book "Mathematic s: a cultural approach) this is a sneaky way to introduce liberal arts students to the world of mathematics by showing them a practical approach. Don't by any means mistake this for what it is not; it is not a way to cut corners as by the time you finish this book you will been introduced to just about every phase of mathematics and geometry.

Although it can be a fun approach, you will need to be prepared to learn some stuff about things such as theory of gravity.

It starts off with the historical orientation to math and why math is important.

To give you an idea of the simplicity of this book here is a sample of the contents:

a historical orientation
logic and mathematics
number: the fundamental concept
algebra, the higher arithmetic
the nature and use of Euclidean geometry
charting the earth and the heavens
the mathematical order of nature
the awakening of Europe
mathematics and painting in the Renaissance
projective geometry
coordinate geometry
the simplest formulas in action
parametric equations and curvilinear motion
the application of formulas to gravitation
the differential calculus
the integral calculus
trigonometric functions and oscillatory motion
the trigonometric analysis of musical sounds
non-Euclidean geometries and their significance
arithmetic's and their algebras
the statistical approach to the social and biological sciences
the theory of probability
nature and the values of mathematics

As you can see you're in for a lot of fun especially if you liked mathematics for non-mathematicians. Ha!
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am 20. Juli 2015
If you were expecting math theory without the math or an opportunity to replace algebra with arithmetic tricks then you will be sorely disappointed.

Like his earlier book "Mathematic s: a cultural approach) this is a sneaky way to introduce liberal arts students to the world of mathematics by showing them a practical approach. Don't by any means mistake this for what it is not; it is not a way to cut corners as by the time you finish this book you will been introduced to just about every phase of mathematics and geometry.

Although it can be a fun approach, you will need to be prepared to learn some stuff about things such as theory of gravity.

It starts off with the historical orientation to math and why math is important.

To give you an idea of the simplicity of this book here is a sample of the contents:

a historical orientation
logic and mathematics
number: the fundamental concept
algebra, the higher arithmetic
the nature and use of Euclidean geometry
charting the earth and the heavens
the mathematical order of nature
the awakening of Europe
mathematics and painting in the Renaissance
projective geometry
coordinate geometry
the simplest formulas in action
parametric equations and curvilinear motion
the application of formulas to gravitation
the differential calculus
the integral calculus
trigonometric functions and oscillatory motion
the trigonometric analysis of musical sounds
non-Euclidean geometries and their significance
arithmetic's and their algebras
the statistical approach to the social and biological sciences
the theory of probability
nature and the values of mathematics
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am 20. Juli 2015
If you were expecting math theory without the math or an opportunity to replace algebra with arithmetic tricks then you will be sorely disappointed.

Like his earlier book "Mathematic s: a cultural approach) this is a sneaky way to introduce liberal arts students to the world of mathematics by showing them a practical approach. Don't by any means mistake this for what it is not; it is not a way to cut corners as by the time you finish this book you will been introduced to just about every phase of mathematics and geometry.

Although it can be a fun approach, you will need to be prepared to learn some stuff about things such as theory of gravity.

It starts off with the historical orientation to math and why math is important.

To give you an idea of the simplicity of this book here is a sample of the contents:

a historical orientation
logic and mathematics
number: the fundamental concept
algebra, the higher arithmetic
the nature and use of Euclidean geometry
charting the earth and the heavens
the mathematical order of nature
the awakening of Europe
mathematics and painting in the Renaissance
projective geometry
coordinate geometry
the simplest formulas in action
parametric equations and curvilinear motion
the application of formulas to gravitation
the differential calculus
the integral calculus
trigonometric functions and oscillatory motion
the trigonometric analysis of musical sounds
non-Euclidean geometries and their significance
arithmetic's and their algebras
the statistical approach to the social and biological sciences
the theory of probability
nature and the values of mathematics

As you can see you're in for a lot of fun especially if you liked mathematics for non-mathematicians. Ha!
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am 26. August 1999
Morris Kline is an excellent author, and he does a wonderful job of explaining how mathematics works and how to use it. The book is an easy read, and at the end you'll be all fired up to go back to college and take calculus all over again!
I wish I had had the opportunity to study under Mr. Kline, because if you read his other books, you can see that he was a very thoughtful and insightful man, who simply wanted to share his love of mathematics with other people.
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am 9. April 2000
I think the author not only knows mathematics, but also knows a lot about other fields, like physics, music, and painting. He is an expert in the history of mathematics and explains well how each important mathematics concept was developed over time. However, I would like to stress that Kline knows how to teach. The structure and the helpful hits in the books are valuble resources for any instructor who wishes to teach a course using this book as the main textbook.
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am 25. September 1996
A Fantastic piece of literature. It is a guide to an amazing
new world for those of us, who will never become the next
Fermat or Gauss. Kline writes in such a way that you are
drawn into the whole mathematic principle, from history to
thought processes all of the time keeping the reader aware
of the implication of this new concept on our reality.
Brillant!!!!
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am 25. Februar 2013
Sehr gute Darstellung, auch für den Mathe-Laien. Macht Spass zu Lesen,und es besteht die Möglichkeit des "Querlesens". Gut lesbares Englisch.
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am 13. Januar 1999
I, a biologist, have found this book an invaluable introduction to the ways of the purest form of thought, the mathematics.
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