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'Alex through the looking glass'
In other projects Wikimedia Commons. From the appeal of seven to a shadowy textbook-writing cabal, Alex Through The Looking Glass is a whistle-stop tour of entertaining areas of mathematics. WHAT is your favourite number? We are also driven towards 7 in an effort to be spontaneous. When asked to think of a random digit between 1 and 10, we tend to avoid the first and eliminate those divisible by 2, 3 and 5 as being too obvious, leaving only good old 7.
So maybe, in a sense, my favourite number has been chosen for me. David Acheson.
Mathematics Of Life. Ian Stewart. How Big is Infinity? Turing's Cathedral. George Dyson.
The Number Mysteries. Marcus du Sautoy. The Math Book. Clifford A.
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Chaos: A Very Short Introduction. Leonard Smith. James Gleick. The Joy of X. Steven Strogatz. God Created the Integers.
Stephen Hawking. The Music of the Primes. The Signal and the Noise.