



Aha! Solutions (MAA Problem Book Series)Every mathematician (beginner, amateur, and professional alike) thrills to find simple, elegant solutions to seemingly difficult problems. Such happy resolutions are called ``aha! solutions,'' a phrase popularized by mathematics and science writer Martin Gardner. Aha! solutions are surprising, stunning, and scintillating: they reveal the beauty...   From Erdos to Kiev: Problems of Olympiad Caliber (Dolciani Mathematical Expositions)'The publication of every new volume in The Dolciani Mathematical Expositions of the Mathematical Association of America is an important event ... This book is recommended to teachers, students and everyone, who enjoy the fun and games of problem solving and have the opinion that asking and answering problems is what keeps a mathematician young in...   The Inquisitive Problem Solver (MAA Problem Book Series)
The Inquisitive Problem Solver is a collection of mathematical miniatures composed to stimulate and entertain. On a deeper level, these little puzzles, accessible to a general audience, provide a setting rich in mathematical themes. One of the larger purposes of the book is to show how everyday situations can lead an inquisitive problem... 


  Uses of Infinity (New Mathematical Library)This intriguing, accessible work leads readers to an excellent grasp of the fundamental notions of infinity used in the calculus and in virtually all other mathematical disciplines. Designed to make minimal demands on readers’ mathematical abilities, this perceptive volume employs an intuitive and descriptive approach that will appeal to...   Graphs and their Uses (New Mathematical Library)In 1963 Oystein Ore wrote this classic volume, which was published in the New Mathematical Library Series. This elegant book has provided students and teachers with an excellent introduction to the field of graph theory for close to thirty years. Robin Wilson's revision adds strength to the book by updating the terminology and notation, bringing... 



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