The Prime Number Conspiracy: The Biggest Ideas in Math from Quanta

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  • Title: The Prime Number Conspiracy: The Biggest Ideas in Math from Quanta
  • Author: Thomas Lin
  • ISBN: 0262536358
  • Page: 212
  • Format: Paperback

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The Prime Number Conspiracy: The Biggest Ideas in Math from Quanta

About Author

  1. Thomas Lin is the founding editor in chief of Quanta Magazine, an award winning publication that reports on developments in science and mathematics, with content syndicated in Wired, The Atlantic, Scientific American and The Washington Post Lin previously worked at The New York Times, where he edited online features and wrote about science, technology and tennis He has also written for Quanta, T Thomas Lin is the founding editor in chief of Quanta Magazine, an award winning publication that reports on developments in science and mathematics, with content syndicated in Wired, The Atlantic, Scientific American and The Washington Post Lin previously worked at The New York Times, where he edited online features and wrote about science, technology and tennis He has also written for Quanta, The New Yorker, Tennis, and other publications Book ratings 5 stars must read 4 stars recommended 3 stars worth taking a look if you re interested in the topic

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  1. It could be a better book, if they d had the energy to rewrite the book to be consistent and less repetitive.The articles are arranged by topic Sometimes two subsequent articles need to define a concept, so both of them do it.Sometimes the articles seem to assume the reader knows math Sometimes they don t and they call integral an infinite sum Terence Tao is overrepresented in the first half of the book.


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