Mathematics can be fun for everyone, and this book shows it. It grew out of the author's popularisation of mathematics via live, call-in TV shows and widely published articles. The questions, comments, and even the answers here come largely from the callers and readers themselves, and so the book covers the kind of mathematical problems that people are interested in, not those that professional mathematicians, writers or even publishers think people should be interested in. The book makes no attempt to fit any mould. Although written by a research mathematician, it goes where the callers and readers have directed it, over a wide range of topics and levels. Everyone paging through it will be captured by something of interest, whether they consider themselves interested in mathematics or not.

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Mathematics can be fun for everyone, and this book shows it. It grew out of the author's popularisation of mathematics via live, call-in TV shows and widely published articles. Everyone paging through the book will be captured by something of interest, whether they consider themselves interested in mathematics or not.

Frank Morgan is Dennis Meenan Third Century Professor of Mathematics at Williams College and Second Vice-President of the Mathematical Association of America (MAA). He has received one of the first MAA Haimo awards for distinguished teaching, MIT's Baker teaching award, and an honorary doctorate from Cedar Crest College.

Morgan went to MIT and Princeton, taught for ten years at MIT (where he served as Undergraduate Mathematics Chair), and came to Williams in 1987, where he has served as chair and as founding director of an NSF undergraduate research program. Morgan's three other books all now have new editions: Geometric Measure Theory: a Beginner's Guide; Riemannian Geometry: a Beginner's Guide; and Calculus Lite.

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