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**Mathematics of Choice: Or, How to Count Without Counting ** written by
** Ivan Morton Niven **.

This book is one of a series written by professional mathematicians in order to make some important mathematical ideas interesting and understandable to a large audience of high school students and laymen. Most of the volumes in the New Mathematical Library cover topics not usually included i n the high school curriculum ; they vary indifficulty, and, even within a single book, some parts require a greater degree of concentration than others. Thus, while the reader needs little technical knowledge to understand most of these books, he will have to make an intellectual effort.

If the reader has so far encountered mathematics only i n classroom work, he should keep in mind that a book on mathematics cannot be read quickly. Nor must he expect to understand all parts of the book on first reading. He should feel free to skip complicated parts and return to them later ; often an argument will be clarified by a subsequent remark. On the other hand, sections containing thoroughly familiar material may be read very q uickly.

(Ivan Morton Niven)

**Book Detail :- **
** Title: ** Mathematics of Choice: Or, How to Count Without Counting
** Edition: **
** Author(s): ** Ivan Morton Niven
** Publisher: ** Mathematical Assn of America
** Series: ** New Mathematical Library
** Year: ** 1975
** Pages: ** 213
** Type: ** PDF
** Language: ** English
** ISBN: ** 0883856158,9780883856154
** Country: ** US
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**About Author :- **
The author ** Ivan Morton Niven ** (1915–1999) was a Canadian-American mathematician, specializing in number theory and known for his work on Waring's problem. He worked for many years as a professor at the University of Oregon, and was president of the Mathematical Association of America. He was the author of several books on mathematics. Niven was born in Vancouver. He did his undergraduate studies at the University of British Columbia and was awarded his doctorate in 1938 from the University of Chicago. He was a member of the University of Oregon faculty from 1947 to his retirement in 1981. He was president of the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) from 1983 to 1984. He died in 1999 in Eugene, Oregon.

Niven received the University of Oregon's Charles E. Johnson Award in 1981. He received the MAA Distinguished Service Award in 1989. He won a Lester R. Ford Award in 1970. In 2000, the asteroid 12513 Niven, discovered in 1998, was named after him.

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**Book Contents :- **
**Mathematics of Choice: Or, How to Count Without Counting ** written by
** Ivan Niven **
cover the following topics.
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1. Introductory Questions

2. Permutations and Combinations

3. Combinations and Binomial Co-efficients

4. Some Special Distributions

5. The Inclusion Exclusion Principle Probability

6. Partition of an Integer

7. Generating Polynomials

8. Distribution of Objects Not All Alike

9. Configuration Problems

10. Mathematical Induction

11. Interpretations of a Non Associative Product

Miscellaneous Problems

Answers and Solutions

Bibliography

Index

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