Encyclopedia of Mathematics & Society Review

“…it’s perfect for math reports that require narrative information and for the next time a student asks, ‘when will I ever use this in real life?’”
-School Library Journal, 2012

“Written for the nonspecialist in mathematics, this set provides informative and interesting views of the applications of mathematics to everyday phenomena.”

“The Encyclopedia of Mathematics and Society will be a unique and useful addition to any public, high school, or undergraduate library. Mathematics teachers will find its availability to be most gratifying. Anyone will find it interesting reading.”
RUSQ, 2012

“Summing Up: Recommended. Lower- and upper-level undergraduates, two-year technical program students, and general readers.”
CHOICE, 2012

“VERDICT This enlightening, well-written set, which has no current competitors, is highly recommended for all public and academic libraries.”
-Library Journal

“The Encyclopedia of Mathematics & Society is a fascinating approach to the role mathematics plays in our everyday life… This reference work is highly recommended for academic, public, and possibly high school collections.”
-ARBA, 2012