Zero: The Biography of a Dangerous Idea

By Charles Seife

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It’s clear that Seife knows a lot about numbers: in this interesting (yup – it’s quite interesting) investigation into the power of ‘zero’ and its scientific, philosophical, religious and numerical implications, Seife writes a book about math that remains fully engaging and enjoyable.

Great for:

• Lovers of scientific non-fiction.
• Anyone looking for an accessible way into the world of mathematics.
• Those looking for some good brain exercise that fosters a laugh along the way.

If you liked the book, rent the movie(s): Proof; Pi

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