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1. I'm 14 :grumpy:arildno said:Not surprising. yomamma has the edition for 12 year olds.
2. It is not the edition for 12 year olds
1. I'm 14 :grumpy:arildno said:Not surprising. yomamma has the edition for 12 year olds.
But you were 12 when you signed up for this site.yomamma said:1. I'm 14 :grumpy:
2. It is not the edition for 12 year olds
Are you sure:yomamma said:but I was 14 when I got the book
Probably that's it:bigman said:I don't really know how the book distributions work, but maybe Australia has the footnote crazy books .
Astronomy.arildno said:Probably that's it:
After all, what else can you do than read footnotes if you live in Tasmania or Alice Springs?
Yep, the late Grote Reber went to Tasmania to practice radioastronomyturbo-1 said:Astronomy.
Ah yes, and sheep herding and opossum hunting as well, probably.turbo-1 said:Astronomy.
yeah it's not a math book, it's a book ABOUT math :tongue2: it's just a book about math & what mathematicians do. there are chapters on computers & math, unsolved problems, how mathematicians think, proofs, learning math, how the author almost became a lawyer, pure & applied math, teaching math & other stuff. it's not intended for math people but i think it's still pretty good so far.heartless said:I think I saw this book at B&N, a few weeks ago. There isn't too much math, but just proze reading, afair, is it? How is it, do you like it?