Here a list of the Top Fifteen Bestselling Titles from The Mathematical Association of America's Book Program in 2011. What are you reading?
1. Math through the Ages by William Berlinghoff & Fernando GouvĂȘa | |
2. Mathematical Interest Theory by Leslie Jane Federer Vaaler & James Daniel | |
3. Geometry Revisited by H.S.M. Coxeter & S.L. Greitzer | |
4. Game Theory and Strategy by Philip D. Straffin | |
5. First Steps for Math Olympians by J. Douglas Faires | |
6. Functions, Data and Models by Florence and Sheldon Gordon | |
7. Charming Proofs by Claudi Alsina and Roger B. Nelsen | |
8. Mathematical Interest Theory Student Manual by Leslie Jane Federer Vaaler | |
9. Combinatorics: A Guided Tour by David R. Mazur | |
10. Counterexamples in Calculus by Sergiy Klymchuk | |
11. An Episodic History of Mathematics by Steven G. Krantz | |
12. Mathematics for Secondary School Teachers by Elizabeth Bremigan, Ralph Bremigan, and John Lorch | |
13. Number Theory through Inquiry by David C. Marshall, Edward Odell, & Michael Starbird | |
14. Mathematics and Sports Edited by Joseph Gallian | |
15. Cryptological Mathematics by Robert Lewand |
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