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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hey, PF! I'm currently self-studying math and sometimes when I find the material too dry or technical it helps to have some outside literature to give me the motivation to continue on.

I have Joy of X, Men of Mathematics, Mathematical Thought from Ancient to Modern Times, Zero, e: The Story of a Number, Trigonometric Delights ,The Mathematical Experience, Princeton Companion to Mathematics, and World of Mathematics.

Do any of you happen to have any other book recommendations? I'm willing to look at Applied Mathematics too, but would prefer context and equations, instead of concepts and words.

I have Joy of X, Men of Mathematics, Mathematical Thought from Ancient to Modern Times, Zero, e: The Story of a Number, Trigonometric Delights ,The Mathematical Experience, Princeton Companion to Mathematics, and World of Mathematics.

Do any of you happen to have any other book recommendations? I'm willing to look at Applied Mathematics too, but would prefer context and equations, instead of concepts and words.