Steven Henry Strogatz is a mathematician and the Jacob Gould Schurman Professor of Applied Mathematics at Cornell University.
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Calculus Gems, a collection of essays written about mathematicians and mathematics, is a spin-off of two appendices (Biographical Notes and Variety of Additional Topics) found in Simmons' 1985 calculus book. With many additions and some minor adjustments, the material will now be available in a separate softcover volume. The text is suitable as a s...
@MathPrinceps @mikeandallie Another fun book is “calculus gems” by George Simmons. He’s a great teacher, an amusing writer, very clear and opinionated but not as reliable historically as Dunham or Edwards. – source
Steven StrogatzMar 15, 2020
Brian Greene's new book "Until the End of Time" will be released in just two days. Can't wait! Best of luck with the launch, @bgreene, and thanks for all you do to communicate the wonders of modern physics. – source
Steven StrogatzFeb 17, 2020
One place to read more about the Japanese approach as compared to the American approach is in the book “Building a Better Teacher” by Elizabeth Green, @elizwgreen: – source
Steven StrogatzFeb 04, 2020
Rereading one of my favorite books, How the Universe Got Its Spots, by @JannaLevin. It’s as wonderful as I remembered – source
Steven StrogatzMay 08, 2019
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1991 McDougal Littell Geometry for Enjoyment and Challenge New Edition (H) by Richard Rhoad, George Milauskas, & Robert Whipple ***2004 Impressions, 2000 Impressions ***ISBN-13: 9780866099653 ***Pages: 770...
This is a good HS geometry book. Challenging, thought-provoking, and my 14-year-old likes it. I approve. – source
Steven StrogatzApr 29, 2015
[email protected]_manganello @jamestanton @samjshah My favorite book on differential equations is this text by Simmons: – source
Steven StrogatzDec 17, 2014