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Linear Algebra for the 21st Century£40.00 Anthony Roberts
9780198856405 Linear Algebra for 21st Century Applications adapts linear algebra to best suit modern teaching and application, and it places SVD as central to the text early on to empower the students in these disciplines to learn and use the best techniques. 

Number Theory: Step by Step£29.99 Kuldeep Singh
9780198846734 Number Theory: Step by Step is an undergraduatelevel introduction to number theory that assumes no prior knowledge, but works to gradually increase the reader's confidence and ability to tackle more difficult number theory material. 

Number Theory: A Very Short Introduction£8.99 Robin Wilson
9780198798095 Number theory is the branch of mathematics primarily concerned with the counting numbers, especially primes. It dates back to the ancient Greeks, but today it has great practical importance in cryptography, from credit card security to national defence. This book introduces the main areas of number theory, and some of its most interesting problems. 

Trigonometry: A Very Short Introduction£8.99 Glen Van Brummelen
9780198814313 Rooted in ancient astronomy, trigonometry is mathematics' powerful toolkit for scientific measurement. It has been at the heart of the study of infinity, complex and imaginary numbers, and the shape of the space itself. Our experience of the universe has been made possible, and deeply challenged, by this surprisingly deep and fruitful subject. 

Undergraduate Analysis: A Working Textbook£26.49 Aisling McCluskey, Brian McMaster
9780198817574 An innovative selfcontained Analysis textbook for undergraduates, that takes advantage of proven successful educational techniques. 

Infinity: A Very Short Introduction£8.99 Ian Stewart
9780198755234 Ian Stewart considers the concept of infinity and the profound role it plays in mathematics, logic, physics, cosmology, and philosophy. He shows that working with infinity is not just an abstract, intellectual exercise, and analyses its important practical everyday applications. 

Undergraduate Topology: A Working Textbook£22.49 Aisling McCluskey, Brian McMaster
9780198702344 Pointset topology, important in itself as a research discipline, underpins a wide range of mathematical areas and is consequently taught as a component of many university mathematics degree programmes. This textbook offers an accessible, modern introduction, with a particular focus on helping students to build theory for themselves. 

Complexity: A Very Short Introduction£8.99 John H. Holland
9780199662548 In this Very Short Introduction, John Holland presents an introduction to the science of complexity. Using examples from biology and economics, he shows how complexity science models the behaviour of complex systems. 

Linear Algebra: Step by Step£33.49 Kuldeep Singh
9780199654444 Linear algebra is a fundamental area of mathematics, and arguably the most powerful mathematical tool ever developed. This dynamic and engaging book uses numerous examples, question and answer sections, and historical biographies to provide an introduction to linear algebra for undergraduates in mathematics, the physical sciences and engineering. 

Fractals: A Very Short Introduction£8.99 Kenneth Falconer
9780199675982 From the contours of coastlines to the outlines of clouds, fractal shapes can be found regularly in nature. This Very Short Introduction explains the basic concepts, presents the 'new geometry' of fractals, explores its wide range of applications, and shows the central place fractals have gained in mathematics and science in recent years. 

Symmetry: A Very Short Introduction£7.99 Ian Stewart
9780199651986 Symmetry is an immensely important concept in mathematics and throughout the sciences. In this Very Short Introduction, Ian Stewart highlights the deep implications of symmetry and its important scientific applications across the entire subject. 

How to Study as a Mathematics Major£14.99 Lara Alcock
9780199661312 This nononsense book translates mathematics education researchbased insights into practical advice for a student audience. It covers every aspect of studying for a mathematics major, from the most abstract intellectual challenges to the everyday business of interacting with lecturers and making good use of study time. 

How to Study for a Mathematics Degree£14.99 Lara Alcock
9780199661329 This nononsense book translates mathematics education researchbased insights into practical advice for a student audience. It covers every aspect of studying for a mathematics degree, from the most abstract intellectual challenges to the everyday business of interacting with lecturers and making good use of study time. 

Probability: A Very Short Introduction£8.99 John Haigh
9780199588480 Making good decisions under conditions of uncertainty requires an appreciation of the way random chance works. In this Very Short Introduction, John Haigh provides a brief account of probability theory; explaining the philosophical approaches, discussing probability distributions, and looking its applications in science and economics. 

Riemann Surfaces£36.99 Simon Donaldson
9780199606740 Oxford Graduate Texts in Mathematics An authoritative but accessible text on one dimensional complex manifolds or Riemann surfaces. Dealing with the main results on Riemann surfaces from a variety of points of view; it pulls together material from global analysis, topology, and algebraic geometry, and covers the essential mathematical methods and tools. 

Numbers: A Very Short Introduction£8.99 Peter M. Higgins
9780199584055 In this Very Short Introduction Peter M. Higgins presents an overview of the number types featured in modern science and mathematics. Providing a nontechnical account, he explores the evolution of the modern number system, examines the fascinating role of primes, and explains their role in contemporary cryptography. 

Category TheorySecond Edition £45.49 Steve Awodey
9780199237180 A comprehensive reference to category theory for students and researchers in mathematics, computer science, logic, cognitive science, linguistics, and philosophy. Useful for selfstudy and as a course text, the book includes all basic definitions and theorems (with full proofs), as well as numerous examples and exercises. 

Statistics: A Very Short Introduction£8.99 David J. Hand
9780199233564 Statistics has evolved into an exciting discipline which uses deep theory and powerful software to shed light on the world around us: from clinical trials in medicine, to economics, sociology, and countless other subjects vital to understanding modern life. This Very Short Introduction explores and explains how statistics works today. 

An Introduction to the Theory of NumbersSixth Edition £41.99 G. H. Hardy, E. M. Wright, Roger HeathBrown, Joseph Silverman, Andrew Wiles
9780199219865 The sixth edition of the classic undergraduate text in elementary number theory includes a new chapter on elliptic curves and their role in the proof of Fermat's Last Theorem, a foreword by Andrew Wiles and extensively revised and updated endofchapter notes. 

Introduction to Complex AnalysisSecond Edition £33.49 H. A. Priestley
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