The enjoyment of mathematics; selections from mathematics for the amateur, by Hans Rademacher and Otto Toeplitz. Translated by Herbert Zuckerman.

Location  Call Number  Status  Consortium Loan 

George Washington  
WRLC Shared Collections Facility

QA 95 .R313 
Offsite

Request 
WRLC Shared Collections Facility

QA95 .R313 1994 
Offsite

Request 
Mt. Vernon campus stacks

QA95 .R313  Available  Request 
American  
WRLC Shared Collections Facility

QA95 .R31 
Offsite

Request 
Catholic  
WRLC Shared Collections Facility

510.4 .R 
Offsite

Request 
WRLC Shared Collections Facility

QA95.R12 V9 E5 1957 
Offsite

Request 
UDC  
Van Ness stacks

QA95 .R313  Available  Request 
Van Ness stacks

QA95 .R313  Available  Request 
WRLC Shared Collections Facility

QA95 .R313 
Offsite

Request 
George Mason  
Fenwick stacks

QA95 .R3  Available  Request 
Georgetown  
Science stacks

QA95 .R313  Available  Request 
Standard Title 
Von Zahlen und Figuren. English

Other Authors 
Toeplitz, Otto, 18811940,

Subjects 
Jeux mathématiques.
Matematica. Mathematical recreations. 
Description 
204 pages illustrations 25 cm

Copyright Date 
1957.

Notes 
"A translation from Von Zahlen und Figuren ... Chapters 15 and 28 by Herbert Zuckerman have been added to the English language edition."
A translation from Von Zahlen und Figuren ... Chapters 15 and 28 by Herbert Zuckerman have been added to the English language edition. 
Contents 
Approximating irrational numbers by means of rational numbers  Producing rectilinear motion by means of linkages  Perfect numbers  Euler's proof of the infinitude of the prime numbers  Fundamental principles of maximum problems  The figure of greatest area with a given perimeter  Periodic decimal fractions  A characteristic property of the cirlce  Curves of constant breadth  The indispensability of the compass for the constructions of elementary geometry  A property of the number 30  An improved inequality.
The sequence of prime numbers  Traversing nets of curves  Some maximum problems  Incommensurable segments and irrational numbers  A minimum property of the Pedal Triangle  A second proof of the same minimum property  The theory of sets  Some combinatorial problems  On Waring's problem  On closed selfintersecting curves  Is the factorization of a number into prim factors unique?  The fourcolor problem  The regular polyhedrons  Pythagorean numbers and Fermat's theorem  The theorem of the arithmetic and geometric means  The spanning circle of a finite set of points. 
Network Numbers 
(OCoLC)494737
(OCoLC)ocm00494737 
WorldCat  Search OCLC WorldCat 
WorldCat Identities  Rademacher, Hans, 18921969.
Publication timeline, list of works, related names and subjects and other information 
Services
Export citation to: RefWorks