2003 | The Art of the Infinite |
1 'Mind' | p.25 | 15712 | 1 and 0, then add for naturals, subtract for negatives, divide for rationals, take roots for irrationals |
1 'Nameless' | p.24 | 15711 | The rationals are everywhere - the irrationals are everywhere else |
2 'Intro' | p.29 | 15713 | The first million numbers confirm that no number is greater than a million |
2 'Tablets' | p.33 | 15714 | 'Commutative' laws say order makes no difference; 'associative' laws say groupings make no difference |
2 'Tablets' | p.35 | 15715 | 'Distributive' laws say if you add then multiply, or multiply then add, you get the same result |
9 | p.256 | 15717 | Using Choice, you can cut up a small ball and make an enormous one from the pieces |