


Call Number 
Title 
Author 
Status 

QA8.4.T79 2009

What is a number? : mathematical concepts and their origins.

Tubbs, Robert, 1954

IN


QA802.W47 1977

The construction of modern science : mechanisms and mechanics.

Westfall, Richard S.

IN


QA9.G32 1996

Introduction to mathematical structures and proofs.

Gerstein, Larry J.

IN


QA9.H25 1996

Mathematician's mind : the psychology of invention in the mathematical field.

Hadamard, Jacques.

IN


QA93.C38 1996

Five golden rules : great theories of 20thcentury mathematics and why they matter.

Casti, J. L.

IN


QA93.F34 1995

Math odyssey 2000 : puzzles, mysteries, unsolved problems, breakthroughs, and the people of mathematics.

Fablo, Clement E.

IN


QA93.G76M66 1994

Groups for undergraduates.

Moody, John.

IN


QA93.H58 1968

Mathematics for the million : How to master the magic of numbers.

Hogben, Lancelot Thomas, 1895

IN


QA93.H87 1996

The complete how to figure it.

Huff, Darrell.

IN


QA93.S734 1996

From here to infinity : a guide to today's mathematics.

Stewart, Ian.

IN


QB1.R18 2007

State of the universe 2007 : new images, discoveries and events.

Ratcliffe, Martin

IN


QB16.D68 1950

A concise history of astronomy.

Doig, Peter, 1882

IN


QB16.I5 1979

In search of ancient astronomies.


IN


QB209.G72 1969

Time.

Goudsmit, Samuel Abraham, 1902

IN


QB209.R54 1987

Time wars : the primary conflict in human history.

Rifkin, Jeremy.

IN


QB211.F56 1990

International time tables.

Fitzpatrick, Gary L., 1947

IN


QB223.H84 1980

Greenwich time and the discovery of the longitude.

Howse, Derek.

IN


QB334.W49 1990

A journey into gravity and spacetime.

Wheeler, John Archibald, 1911

IN


QB36.G2C27 1998

The Cambridge companion to Galileo.


IN


QB36.G2G313

Discoveries and opinions of Galileo.

Galilei, Galileo, 15641642.

IN

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QB36.G2S63 2000





QB377.S63 2000

If an asteroid hit Earth.

Spangenburg, Ray, 1939

IN


QB401.5.S64 2000

A look at moons.

Spangenburg, Ray, 1939

IN


QB41.C763V88 2006

Uncentering the Earth : Copernicus and The revolutions of the heavenly spheres.

Vollmann, William T.

IN


QB41.C815K94 1985

The Copernican revolution : planetary astronomy in the development of Western thought.

Kuhn, Thomas S.

IN

