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Please listen to this. I am writing a book solely on properties of odd, even, Fibonacci,...
triangular, and Lucas numbers (on in one book). It is a book of about 150 or so pages. Tentatively, I have chosen two titles for this book. They are:
Mathematical Explorations for the Inquisitive Mind (borrowed from my other book, Mathematical Encounters for the Inquisitive Mind), Mathematical Explorations for Mathematicians & Non-Mathematicians. Which of these two titles do you prefer? Thank you very much and have a nice day.
How about: "Mathematics,the other language"? As a former Optical Engineer, I soon learned that we talked in numbers more than English...and,we actually understood each other.
Although,Mathematical Explorations for the inquisitve mind sounds great.
oh my dear you are so far over my head, I have no idea, but I like what W.K. Hayes suggested.
I prefer the first title you offered, Mathematical Explorations for the Inquisitive Mind. It's a book title that would certainly cause me to pause and look the book over. I might even end up buying your book- it sounds interesting! Good luck!
Definitely Mathematical Explorations for the Inquisitive Mind.
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