by Keith Devlin and Gary, Ph.D. Lorden
Paperback, 243 pages, Penguin Group USA, List Price: $15 |
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Using plots and scenarios used in the television show "Numb3rs," shows how mathematics can be and is used to solve crimes, describing the techniques used and providing real-life examples of this crime-solving tool.
October 5, 2007 Mathematics may seem like an unusual tool to catch criminals, but real math and actual events inspire the CBS crime drama Numb3rs. Guests discuss the intersection of math-based crime solving and prime-time television.
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