Kisacanin B. - Mathematical Problems and Proofs
||Mathematical Problems and Proofs
||for wnom is mis ьоок:
This book is written for those who enjoy seeing mathematical formulas and ideas, interesting problems, and elegant solutions.
More specifically it is written for talented high-school students who are hungry for more mathematics and undergraduates who would like to see illustrations of abstract mathematical concepts and to learn a bit about their historic origin.
It is written with that hope that many readers will learn how to read mathematical literature in general.
How Do We Read Mathematics Books?
Mathematics books are read with pencil and paper at hand. The reader sometimes wishes to check a derivation, complete some missing steps, or try a different solution.
It is often very useful to compare one book's explanation to another. It is also very useful to use the index and locate some other references to a theorem, formula, or a name.
Many people do not know that mathematics books are read in more than one way: The first reading is just browsing — the reader makes the first contact with the book. At that time the reader forms a first impression about contents, readability, and illustrations. At the second reading the reader identifies sections or chapters to read. After such second readings the reader may find the entire