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Thursday, September 25, 2014

New Book: The Simpsons and Their Mathematical Secrets by Simon Singh

A must for anyone interested in mathematics, as well as for the millions of Simpsons fans worldwide.


In The Simpsons and Their Mathematical Secrets, Simon Singh explains how the brilliant writers, some of the mathematicians, have smuggled in mathematical jokes throughout the cartoon's twenty-five year history, exploring everything from to Mersenne primes, from Euler's equation to the unsolved riddle of P vs. NP, from perfect numbers to narcissistic numbers, and much more.
Published on: 2014-09-25
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Related links
The Simpsons: One big numbers game
Simon Singh: simonsingh.net
Simon Singh (SLSingh) | Twitter 
Simon Singh (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)  

About Simon Singh
He is an author, science journalist and TV producer. Having completed his PhD at Cambridge he worked from 1991 to 1997 at the BBC producing Tomorrow's World and co-directing the BAFTA award-winning documentary Fermat's Last Theorem for the Horizon series. In 1997, he published Fermat's Last Theorem, which was a best-seller in Britain and translated into 22 languages.  


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