Mathematics and the Imagination
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1940. First Edition. A nontechnical book on mathematics that became a bestseller for its accessibility without compromising the complexity of its concepts, and the first book to introduce the terms "googol" and "googolplex."
Very Good plus in a strong Very Good plus dust jacket. Small bumps on the top edge and upper portion of the front board, with a small price sticker on the front pastedown. Jacket has a small chip on the heel, with two small closed tears that have been repaired with cello tape on the inside crown.
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