How Not to Be Wrong : The Power of Mathematical Thinking, Jordan Ellenberg
Jordan Ellenberg

How Not to Be Wrong : The Power of Mathematical Thinking

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The number of adults who will ever make use of the integral of (1 − 3x + 4x2)−2 dx, or the formula for the cosine of 3θ, or synthetic division of polynomials, can be counted on a few thousand hands.
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We tend to like simpler theories better than more complicated ones, theories that rest on analogies to things we already know about better than theories that posit totally novel phenomena
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