a list compiled by Alex Kasman (College of Charleston)
|Young Beck hopes her mathematical skills will somehow bring back her dead father. Other reviewers have mostly complained that this novel does not work as the serious family drama it intends to be. From the mathematical point of view, I'm afraid it fares no better.
Rice seems to have some vague concept of what a limit is:
But most of the mathematical content involves mention of "proofs of infinity" (whatever those are) or insipid and nonsensical lines like:
Thanks to Barry Cipra for bringing this book to my attention.
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