Mathematical Problems: An Essay on Their Nature and Importance by Craig Smoryński
English | PDF | 2020 | 410 Pages | ISBN : 3030509192 | 7.32 MB
The life and soul of any science are its problems. This is particularly true of mathematics, which, not referring to any physical reality, consists only of its problems, their solutions, and, most excitingly, the challenges they pose. Mathematical problems come in many flavours, from simple puzzles to major open problems. The problems stimulate, the stories of their successful solutions inspire, and their applications are wide.