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Problems with a Point Exploring Math and Computer ScienceStudent to a Field's medal winner'Points uestions stories and occasional rants introduce the chapters of this engaging volume With a focus on mathematics and peppered with a scattering of computer science settings the entries range from lightly humorous to curiously thought provoking Each chapter includes sections and sub sections that illustrate and supplement the point at hand Most topics are self contained within each chapter and a solid high school mathematics background is all that is needed to enjoy the discussions There certainly is much to enjoy here'CHOICEEver notice how people sometimes use math words inaccurately Or how sometimes you instinctively know a math statement is false or not knownEach chapter of this book makes a point like those above and then illustrates the point by doing some real mathematics through step by step mathematical techniuesThis book gives readers valuable information about how mathematics and theoretical computer science work while teaching them some actual mathematics and computer science through examples and exercises Much of the mathematics could be understood by a bright high school student The points made can be understood by anyone with an interest in math from the bright high school student to a Field's medal winner.