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Author: George Pólya,Leon Bowden
ISBN: 0883856263
Subcategory: Science & Mathematics
Pages 246 pages
Publisher The Mathematical Association of America; 2nd Edition edition (June 1, 1979)
Language English
Category: Other
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by George Pólya,Leon Bowden


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Items related to New mathematical library, Mathematical Methods in Science. George Pólya New mathematical library, Mathematical Methods in Science. ISBN 13: 9780883856260. George Poyla- received his doctor's degree in Budapest and taught at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich from 1914 to 1940, and at Stanford University from 1942 until his retirement in 1953. Published by The Mathematical Association of America (1977). ISBN 10: 0883856263 ISBN 13: 9780883856260.

Mathematics, taught and learned appropriately, improves the mind and implants good habits of thought. This tenet underlies all of Professor Polya's works on teaching and problem-solving. This book captures some of Polya's excitement and vision

Mathematics, taught and learned appropriately, improves the mind and implants good habits of thought. This book captures some of Polya's excitement and vision. In it he provides enlightenment for all those who have ever wondered how the laws of nature were worked out mathematically.

'Mathematics, taught and learned appropriately, improves the mind and implants good habits of thought.' This tenet underlies all of Professor Pólya's works on teaching and problem-solving. This book captures some of Pólya's excitement and vision. In it he provides enlightenment for all those who have ever wondered how the laws of nature were worked out mathematically. The distinctive feature of the present book is the stress on the history of certain elementary chapters of science; these can be a source of enjoyment and deeper understanding of mathematics even for beginners who have little, or perhaps no, knowledge of physics.
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I purchased "Mathematical Methods in Science," by George Polya from Amazon.com after being quite familiar with the author's other works. I didn't need more information about the product or the author. This book by Polya is like any other of his books. His emphasis is on the 'style of thinking' and and not only on getting a result in mathematics. I like his ideas and believe that if a student is taught in this way from an early age his/her chances of excelling in mathematics- and through enjoyment of it- are increased many folds. In this book he succeeds again: what he says looks very simple but has profound implications if one pays close attention to him.
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If you read Toeplitz's generic method and found it insufficient, this is the book that makes you happy.

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Nowadays, almost everybody tells about the generic method and Toeplitz but I found Polya is much better than Toeplitz. Don't talk about generic method in math education without this book.
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This book describes plausible arguments for different laws of physics, like how levers work. There is the right amount of causual prose, mathematics, history, and cleverness blended together. I was able to think of fluid dynamics with his style of approaching things. The principle of insufficient reason he describes led me to develop my own test to see whether cars on the other side of the road were going faster or slower than me, which is practicle for when you don't know the speed limit.