Trolling Euclid An Irreverent Guide to Nine of Mathematics Most Important Problems Here it isyour irreverent introduction to the world of cutting edge mathematics In Trolling Euclid author Tom Wright humorously guides you through nine of the most important unsolved problems in mode
Here it isyour irreverent introduction to the world of cutting edge mathematics In Trolling Euclid, author Tom Wright humorously guides you through nine of the most important unsolved problems in modern mathematics, explaining the nuances of these key problems in language that anyone from math novice to math professor can understand Filled with wit, wisdom, irrelevantHere it isyour irreverent introduction to the world of cutting edge mathematics In Trolling Euclid, author Tom Wright humorously guides you through nine of the most important unsolved problems in modern mathematics, explaining the nuances of these key problems in language that anyone from math novice to math professor can understand Filled with wit, wisdom, irrelevant anecdotes, and flagrant historical inaccuracies, and narrated by a voice that is in turns snarky, dorky, hip, and downright quirky, Trolling Euclid introduces the reader to the math world in a way that is deep yet entirely comprehensible.

Trolling Euclid: An Irreverent Guide to Nine of Mathematics' Most Important Problems Best Read  [Tom Wright] 179 Tom Wright
Highly enjoyable and quite funny in places, albeit a short book.
A good way of entering the realm of Number Theory as an outsider Discusses important unsolved problems in Number Theory which are _and_ less easy to understand and the author does a great job of making them understanable , like the Odd Perfect Numbers conjecture, the Riemann Hypothesis, the ABC conjecture, and the Birch Swinnerton Dyer conjecture, and which have potential to be appealing to anyone in this way, the author expects to lure some readers into his research field The presentation is h [...]
Hilariously amazing I m glad I found a book that shares a love for both numbers and humor I could not stop laughing at the frequent jokes It never got old Even though it s sometimes funny, Trolling Euclid still gives readers a great deal of information relating to numbers You ll hear about such interesting conjectures such as Goldbach s, Twin Prime, Collat z, Riemann Hypothesis, and much .
Super excellentNot many books take you through number theory and also make you laugh out loud Highly recommended 4 5 because of minor typos and some jokes could be refined a little.
Funny and intriguing