出版社: Harper Perennial
副标题: Searching to Solve the Greatest Mystery in Mathematics
出版年: 200404
页数: 352
定价: USD 13.95
装帧: Paperback
ISBN: 9780060935580
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In 1859, German mathematician Bernhard Riemann presented a paper to the Berlin Academy that would forever change the history of mathematics. The subject was the mystery of prime numbers. At the heart of the presentation was an idea that Riemann had not yet proved but one that baffles mathematicians to this day.</p>
Solving the Riemann Hypothesis could change the way we do b...
In 1859, German mathematician Bernhard Riemann presented a paper to the Berlin Academy that would forever change the history of mathematics. The subject was the mystery of prime numbers. At the heart of the presentation was an idea that Riemann had not yet proved but one that baffles mathematicians to this day.</p>
Solving the Riemann Hypothesis could change the way we do business, since prime numbers are the lynchpin for security in banking and ecommerce. It would also have a profound impact on the cuttingedge of science, affecting quantum mechanics, chaos theory, and the future of computing. Leaders in math and science are trying to crack the elusive code, and a prize of $1 million has been offered to the winner. In this engaging book, Marcus du Sautoy reveals the extraordinary history behind the holy grail of mathematics and the ongoing quest to capture it.</p>
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Monbeig had an unconventional approach to learning which Weil credits for his development as a mathematician. For example, rather than learning grammar by rote, his teacher had developed an elaborate personal system of algebraic notation to lay bare the patterns beneath. Later in life, when Weil encountered Noam Chomsky's revolutionary ideas on linguistics, nothing in Chomsky seemed new to him. We...
20140227 16:47
Monbeig had an unconventional approach to learning which Weil credits for his development as a mathematician. For example, rather than learning grammar by rote, his teacher had developed an elaborate personal system of algebraic notation to lay bare the patterns beneath. Later in life, when Weil encountered Noam Chomsky's revolutionary ideas on linguistics, nothing in Chomsky seemed new to him. Weil recognised that 'this early practise with nontrivial symbolism must have been of great educational value, particular for a future mathematician.'回应 20140227 16:47 
Riemann Hypothesis: pattern of prime numbers prime number: building blocks of nonprime numbers (multiplying business security even number: sum of 2 prime numbers
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Monbeig had an unconventional approach to learning which Weil credits for his development as a mathematician. For example, rather than learning grammar by rote, his teacher had developed an elaborate personal system of algebraic notation to lay bare the patterns beneath. Later in life, when Weil encountered Noam Chomsky's revolutionary ideas on linguistics, nothing in Chomsky seemed new to him. We...
20140227 16:47
Monbeig had an unconventional approach to learning which Weil credits for his development as a mathematician. For example, rather than learning grammar by rote, his teacher had developed an elaborate personal system of algebraic notation to lay bare the patterns beneath. Later in life, when Weil encountered Noam Chomsky's revolutionary ideas on linguistics, nothing in Chomsky seemed new to him. Weil recognised that 'this early practise with nontrivial symbolism must have been of great educational value, particular for a future mathematician.'回应 20140227 16:47 
Riemann Hypothesis: pattern of prime numbers prime number: building blocks of nonprime numbers (multiplying business security even number: sum of 2 prime numbers
20130317 02:47

Monbeig had an unconventional approach to learning which Weil credits for his development as a mathematician. For example, rather than learning grammar by rote, his teacher had developed an elaborate personal system of algebraic notation to lay bare the patterns beneath. Later in life, when Weil encountered Noam Chomsky's revolutionary ideas on linguistics, nothing in Chomsky seemed new to him. We...
20140227 16:47
Monbeig had an unconventional approach to learning which Weil credits for his development as a mathematician. For example, rather than learning grammar by rote, his teacher had developed an elaborate personal system of algebraic notation to lay bare the patterns beneath. Later in life, when Weil encountered Noam Chomsky's revolutionary ideas on linguistics, nothing in Chomsky seemed new to him. Weil recognised that 'this early practise with nontrivial symbolism must have been of great educational value, particular for a future mathematician.'回应 20140227 16:47 
Riemann Hypothesis: pattern of prime numbers prime number: building blocks of nonprime numbers (multiplying business security even number: sum of 2 prime numbers
20130317 02:47
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