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Humble Pi is the humour and mathematics book which shares the importance of math in our daily life and how it affects our life. Matt Parker is the author of this fabulous book. At the beginning of the book, the author raised different questions such as why people lose or earn billions of dollars in a few seconds. Why do people believe in calculations rather than assuming? What are the consequences when people fail in the mathematics of the real world? Matt Parker tells us about the modern development of our lives which are totally built on math like finance, engineering, and computer programs. It calculates all the mishap which are happened in the world’s largest projects such as machinery, missile technology, space crafts, ships, software, and many other programs.
The mathematics also helps us in street signs, elections, lotteries and most importantly in big data. This world can’t be so successful without math and it is necessary for everyone to learn. What happened, if our math goes wrong in practical life and he describes it with practical examples. Trillions of dollars wasted yearly on experiments and due to wringing calculations. This book tells us how to make friends through math, how to learn from our mistakes. Further, it contains puzzles, geometric socks, binary code, challenges and three common mistakes which we all make in mathematics.
Details About Humble Pi by Matt Parker ePub
- Name: Humble Pi: A Comedy of Maths Errors
- Authors: Matt Parker
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- Language: English
- Genre: Mathematics, Facts, Humor
- Format: PDF/ePub
- Size: 23 MB
- Price: Free0241360234
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