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    Hello,

    Applying to do MORSE at Warwick, Maths & Actuarial at Soton and Maths and Stats at Brizzol.

    Looking for books to read to put in my ps. I have read Music of the primes, but thats quite pure.

    Anybody got any recomendations

    thanks - you
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    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki...matics_Reading

    go to the bottom for oxford and cambridge's reading lists too
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    Fermat's last theorem, its quite inspirational, but based on pure maths.
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    (Original post by Az00123)
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki...matics_Reading

    go to the bottom for oxford and cambridge's reading lists too
    Thanks for that, the one I'm reading is on Cambridge's list; Game, Set and Math by Ian Stewart and I'd love to read two more books too like Music of Primes by DuSautoy and A mathematicians apology by GH Hardy or From Here to Infinity by Ian Stewart(or similar infinity related book) but I'm struggling with Game Set and Math as it is so I think picking another one let alone two would be a bad idea.
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    I might suggest some of Richard Feynman's books they are not directly relevant but very easy to read.
 
 
 
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