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could anyone recommend any maths books to read over the summer in preparation for interviews this autumn?
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http://www.uk-learning.net/t51456.html
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You should try 'concepts in modern Mathematics' by Ian Stewart, very good book.
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I've already read "The Codebook" and "Fermats Last Theorem" by Simon Singh (both amazing books) and have got "Does God Play Dice" and "From Here to Infinity" by Ian Steawart as well as "Mathmatics and the Physical World" by Morris Kline to go. All reccomended by my maths teacher. Hope that helps
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