The Resource How to solve the Da Vinci code : and 34 other really interesting uses of mathematics, Richard Elwes
How to solve the Da Vinci code : and 34 other really interesting uses of mathematics, Richard Elwes
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The item How to solve the Da Vinci code : and 34 other really interesting uses of mathematics, Richard Elwes represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Randwick City Library.
This item is available to borrow from 1 library branch.
 Language
 eng
 Extent
 378 p.
 Note

 Originally published under the title How to build a brain, 2011
 Includes index
 Contents

 Contents note: 1.How to solve every equation there has ever been  2.How to become a celebrity mathematician  3.How to square a circle  4.How to win the ultimate mathematics prize  5.How to slay a mathematical monster  6.How to excel at Sudoku  7.How to unleash chaos  8.How to survive a whirlpool  9.How to make a million on the stock market  10.How to outrun a speeding bullet  11.How to solve the Da Vinci code  12.How to admire a mathematical masterpiece  13.How to count like a supercomputer  14.How to visit a hundred cities in one day  15.How to arrange the perfect dinner party  16.How to paint the world in four colours  17.How to be alive and dead at the same time  18.How to draw an impossible triangle  19.How to unknot your DNA  20.How to find all the holes in the universe  21.How to feel at home in five dimensions  22.How to design the perfect pattern  23.How to build the perfect beehive 
 Contents note continued: 24.How to count to infinity  25.How to build a brain  26.How to bring down the internet  27.How to ask an unanswerable question  28.How to detect fraud  29.How to create an unbreakable code  30.How to avoid prison  31.How to mislead a jury  32.How to slow time  33.How to win at roulette  34.How to have beautiful children  35.How to talk to a computer
 Isbn
 9780857388384
 Label
 How to solve the Da Vinci code : and 34 other really interesting uses of mathematics
 Title
 How to solve the Da Vinci code
 Title remainder
 and 34 other really interesting uses of mathematics
 Statement of responsibility
 Richard Elwes
 Language
 eng
 http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
 1978
 http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
 Elwes, Richard
 Dewey number
 510
 Illustrations
 illustrations
 Index
 index present
 Literary form
 non fiction
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 Mathematics
 Mathematics
 Label
 How to solve the Da Vinci code : and 34 other really interesting uses of mathematics, Richard Elwes
 Note

 Originally published under the title How to build a brain, 2011
 Includes index
 Contents

 Contents note: 1.How to solve every equation there has ever been  2.How to become a celebrity mathematician  3.How to square a circle  4.How to win the ultimate mathematics prize  5.How to slay a mathematical monster  6.How to excel at Sudoku  7.How to unleash chaos  8.How to survive a whirlpool  9.How to make a million on the stock market  10.How to outrun a speeding bullet  11.How to solve the Da Vinci code  12.How to admire a mathematical masterpiece  13.How to count like a supercomputer  14.How to visit a hundred cities in one day  15.How to arrange the perfect dinner party  16.How to paint the world in four colours  17.How to be alive and dead at the same time  18.How to draw an impossible triangle  19.How to unknot your DNA  20.How to find all the holes in the universe  21.How to feel at home in five dimensions  22.How to design the perfect pattern  23.How to build the perfect beehive 
 Contents note continued: 24.How to count to infinity  25.How to build a brain  26.How to bring down the internet  27.How to ask an unanswerable question  28.How to detect fraud  29.How to create an unbreakable code  30.How to avoid prison  31.How to mislead a jury  32.How to slow time  33.How to win at roulette  34.How to have beautiful children  35.How to talk to a computer
 Control code
 000049868617
 Dimensions
 20 cm.
 Extent
 378 p.
 Isbn
 9780857388384
 Other physical details
 ill.
 Label
 How to solve the Da Vinci code : and 34 other really interesting uses of mathematics, Richard Elwes
 Note

 Originally published under the title How to build a brain, 2011
 Includes index
 Contents

 Contents note: 1.How to solve every equation there has ever been  2.How to become a celebrity mathematician  3.How to square a circle  4.How to win the ultimate mathematics prize  5.How to slay a mathematical monster  6.How to excel at Sudoku  7.How to unleash chaos  8.How to survive a whirlpool  9.How to make a million on the stock market  10.How to outrun a speeding bullet  11.How to solve the Da Vinci code  12.How to admire a mathematical masterpiece  13.How to count like a supercomputer  14.How to visit a hundred cities in one day  15.How to arrange the perfect dinner party  16.How to paint the world in four colours  17.How to be alive and dead at the same time  18.How to draw an impossible triangle  19.How to unknot your DNA  20.How to find all the holes in the universe  21.How to feel at home in five dimensions  22.How to design the perfect pattern  23.How to build the perfect beehive 
 Contents note continued: 24.How to count to infinity  25.How to build a brain  26.How to bring down the internet  27.How to ask an unanswerable question  28.How to detect fraud  29.How to create an unbreakable code  30.How to avoid prison  31.How to mislead a jury  32.How to slow time  33.How to win at roulette  34.How to have beautiful children  35.How to talk to a computer
 Control code
 000049868617
 Dimensions
 20 cm.
 Extent
 378 p.
 Isbn
 9780857388384
 Other physical details
 ill.
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