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A Guide to Dewey Classification - Numbers for Mathematicians.

510 Mathematics

510.1 Philosophy and theory

511 General topics

511.3 Mathematical (Symbolic) logic

512 Algebra & number theory

512.9 Foundations of algebra

513 Arithmetic

513.2 Specific arithmetic operations

513.5 Numeration systems

514 Topology

515 Analysis

516 Geometry

516.2 Euclidean geometry

516.3 Analytic geometries

516.9 Non-Euclidean geometries

519 Probabilities & applied mathematics

519.2 Probabilities

519.3 Game theory

519.4 Applied numerical analysis

Other Useful Numbers

003 Systems 531 Classical mechanics; solid mechanics

004 Data processing & computer science 532 Fluid mechanics

005 Computer programming, programs & data 533 Gas mechanics

332 Financial economics 534 Sound & related vibrations

368 Insurance 535 Light & infrared & ultraviolet phenomena

522 Techniques, equipment & materials 536 Heat

526 Mathematical geography 537 Electricity & electronics

527 Celestial navigation 538 Magnetism

529 Chronology 539 Modern physics

530 Physics 620 Engineering & allied operations

621 Applied physics

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Hello world: how to be human in the age of the machine | 306.46/FRY |

Ingenious... | 509.40903/jar |

Blacks in science | 509.6/BLA |

Number and numbers | 510.1/BAD |

Descartes' dream: the world according to mathematics | 510.1/DAV |

The nature of mathematical knowledge | 510.1/KIT |

Imagining numbers (particularly the square root of | 510.1/MAZ |

The unlimited infinite: exploring the philosophy of... | 510.1/SCO |

Remarks on the foundations of mathematics | 510.1/WIT |

The number sense : how the mind creates mathematics | 510.19/DEH |

Humble Pi: a comedy of maths errors | 510.2/PAR |

How the brain learns mathematics | 510.71/SOU |

Mathematics counts: report of the Committee of Inquiry | 510.71042/GRE |

Collaborative learning in mathematics: a challenge | 510.711/SWA |

Oxford figures: 800 years of the mathematical sciences... | 510.71142574/OXF |

Duel at dawn: heroes, martyrs, and the rise of modern | 510.9/ALE |

Infinite ascent: a short history of mathematics | 510.9/BER |

The history of mathematics: an introduction | 510.9/BUR |

Mathematical sorcery: revealing the secrets of numbers | 510.9/CLA |

The history of mathematics: a brief course | 510.9/COO |

The History of mathematics: a reader | 510.9/HIS |

A history of mathematics: from Mesopotamia to modernity... | 510.9/HOD |

A history of mathematics: from Mesopotamia to modernity... | 510.9/HOD |

Mathematics in the making | 510.9/HOG |

Makers of mathematics | 510.9/HOL |

A history of mathematics | 510.9/KAT |

The story of mathematics: from creating the pyramids... | 510.9/ROO |

Taming the infinite: the story of mathematics | 510.9/STE |

Mathematics in historical context | 510.9/SUZ |

Numbers at work: a cultural perspective | 510.9/TAS |

How to read historical mathematics | 510.9/WAR |

Five golden rules: great theories of 20th century | 510.9047/CAS |

The cogwheel brain: Charles Babbage and the quest... | 510.92/BAB:SWA |

The man who loved only numbers: the story of Paul | 510.92/ERD:HOF |

A mathematician's apology | 510.92/HAR:HAR |

Ada: a life and a legacy | 510.92/LOV:STE |

The essential John Nash | 510.92/NAS:ESS |

The genius in my basement: the biography of a happy | 510.92/NOR:MAS |

Perfect rigour: a genius and the mathematical breakthrough | 510.92/PER:GES |

The man who knew infinity: a life of the genius Ramanujan | 510.92/RAM:KAN |

Alan Turing: the enigma | 510.92/TUR:HOD |

Alan Turing: the enigma of intelligence | 510.92/TUR:HOD |

Men of mathematics | 510.922/BEL |

Women in Mathematics | 510.922/OSE |

Adventures of a mathematician | 510.924/ULA |

The mathematics of Plato's Academy: a new reconstruction | 510.938/FOW |

A passage to infinity: medieval Indian mathematics | 510.954830902/JOS |

Magic squares and cubes | 510/AND |

Schaum's outline of theory and problems of college maths | 510/AYR |

Thinking mathematically | 510/BAN |

100 essential things you didn't know you didn't know…maths | 510/BAR |

Five-minute mathematics | 510/BEH |

Alex's adventures in numberland | 510/BEL |

The best writing on mathematics (various years) | 510/BES |

The tiger that isn't: seeing through a world of numbers | 510/BLA |

The art of mathematics: coffee time in Memphis | 510/BOL |

Five more golden rules: knots, codes chaos, and other | 510/CAS |

Conversations with a mathematician: math, art, science | 510/CHA |

Cakes, custard and category theory | 510/CHE |

What is mathematics?: an elementary approach to ideas | 510/COU |

3; 1416 and all that | 510/DAV |

Weird maths: at the edge of infinity and beyond | 510/DAR |

Mathematics: the new golden age | 510/DEV |

How long is a piece of string?: more hidden mathematics | 510/EAS |

Why do buses come in threes?: the hidden mathematics | 510/EAS |

For all practical purposes: introduction to contemporary | 510/FOR |

Discovering mathematics : the art of investigation | 510/GAR |

Mathematics: a very short introduction | 510/GOW |

Nonplussed!: mathematical proof of implausible ideas | 510/HAV |

Crossing the river with dogs: problem solving for | 510/JOH |

Numbers, sequences and series | 510/KIR |

Schaum's outline of theory and problems of basic mathematics | 510/KRU |

The Princeton companion to mathematics | 510/PRI |

The grounde of artes | 510/REC |

The grounde of artes: a facsimile of the first edition | 510/REC |

The pathway to knowledge: a facsimile of the first | 510/REC |

Introducing mathematics | 510/SAR |

The life-changing magic of numbers | 510/SEA |

Introductory technical mathematics | 510/SMI |

Cows in the maze | 510/STE |

How to cut a cake: and other mathematical conundrums | 510/STE |

Letters to a young mathematician | 510/STE |

Professor Stewart's hoard of mathematical treasures | 510/STE |

The magical maze: seeing the world through mathematical | 510/STE |

The problems of mathematics | 510/STE |

Wonders beyond numbers: a brief history of all things mathematical | 510.9/BAL |

Significant figures: lives and works of trailblazing mathmaticians | 510.922/STA |

Hidden figures: the untold story of the Africam American women who helped win the space race | 510.9252/lee |

Gödel, Escher, Bach: an eternal golden braid | 511.3/HOF |

Language, logic and mathematics | 511.3/KIL |

Proofs and refutations: the logic of mathematical | 511.3/LAK |

Euclid in the rainforest: discovering the universal | 511.3/MAZ |

Graphs and their uses | 511.5/ORE |

Six degrees: the science of a connected age | 511.5/WAT |

Small worlds: the dynamics of networks between order | 511.5/WAT |

Four colours suffice: how the map problem was solved | 511.5/WIL |

How to solve it: a new aspect of mathematical method | 511/POL |

Surreal numbers: how two ex-students turned on to... | 512.7076/KNU |

Lure of the integers | 512.72/ROB |

Closing the gap: the quest to understand prime numbers | 512.723/NEA |

Prime obsession: Bernhard Riemann and the greatest | 512.723/RIE:DER |

The music of the primes: why an unsolved problem in | 512.73/SAU |

Fermat's last theorem | 512.74/SIN |

The greate invention of algebra: Thomas Harriot's | 512.94/STE |

Numbers: their history and meaning | 513.2/FLE |

Number | 513.2/MAC |

The universal history of numbers: from prehistory | 513.509/IFR |

The kingdom of infinite number: a field guide | 513/BUN |

Dude, can you count?: stories, challenges, and adventures | 513/CON |

Gamma: exploring Euler's constant | 513/HAV |

The nothing that is: a natural history of zero | 513/KAP |

The knot book: an elementary introduction to the mathematical... | 514.2242/ADA |

Mathematics and the unexpected | 514.72/EKE |

Schaum's outline of beginning calculus | 515.076/MEN |

How to ace the rest of calculus: the streetwise guide... | 515/ADA |

Schaums...Calculus | 515/AYR |

The calculus lifesaver: all the tools you need to... | 515/BAN |

Calculus | 515/GRO |

Finding moonshine: a mathematician's journey through... | 516.1/DUS |

A history of pi | 516.22009/BEC |

The sensual (quadratic) form | 516.35/CON |

Schaums Outlines of Geometry | 516/RIC |

Smoke and mirrors: how to bend facts and figures to... | 518.23/STR |

Elementary probability | 519.2/CHU |

Probability and statistics: the science of uncertainty... | 519.2/EVA |

The Improbability principle | 519.2/HAN |

Educated guessing: how to cope in an uncertain world | 519.2/KOT |

Schaums...Probability and statistics: the science of uncertainty... | 519.2/LIP |

The drunkard's walk: how randomness rules our lives | 519.2/MLO |

The mathmatics of games | 519.3/BEA |

Game theory: a very short introduction | 519.3/BIN |

The compleat strategyst: being a primer on the theory | 519.3/WIL |

Statistics for the terrified | 519.5/KRA |

Statistics without tears | 519.5/ROW |

Understanding statistics | 519.5/UPT |

Stats to go: a guide to statistics for hospitality | 519.502/BUG |

Möbius and his band: mathematics and astronomy in | 520.92/MOB:MOB |

The castle of knowledge | 522/REC |

Big bang: the most important scientific discovery | 523.18/SIN |

The Newton handbook | 530.092/NEW:GJE |

Let Newton be! | 530.0924/NEW:LET |

Does God Play Dice | 530.1/STE |

Why does e:(and why should we care?) | 530.11/COX |

Brief history of time | 530.11/HAW |

How to teach relativity to your dog | 530.11/ORZ |

The quantum universe: everything that can happen does | 530.12/COX |

Hyperspace: a scientific odyssey through parallel... | 530.142/KAK |

Chaos: making a new science | 531.11/GLE |

Why beauty is truth: a history of symmetry | 539.725/STE |

The elegant universe: superstrings, hidden dimensions | 539.7258/GRE |

How to teach quantum physics to your dog | 539/ORZ |

Mathematics of life: unlocking the secrets of existence | 570.151/STE |

Cracking Code Book | 652.8/SIN |

The code book: the science of secrecy from ancient | 652.8/SIN |

Puzzle ninja: pit your wits against the Japanese puzzle masters | 793.73/BEL |

A Tangled Tale Mathematical Puzzles | 793.74/CAR |

Figuring: the joy of numbers | 793.74/DEV |

Aha! insight | 793.74/GAR |

Martin Gardner's mathematical games: the entire collection | 793.74/GAR |

Origami, Eleusis, and the Soma cube: Martin Gardner | 793.74/GAR |

Sphere packing, Lewis Carroll, and reversi: Martin | 793.74/GAR |

Time travel: and other mathematical bewilderments | 793.74/GAR |

The Moscow puzzles: 359 mathematical recreations | 793.74/KOR |

Math hysteria: fun and games with mathematics | 793.74/STE |

The Mayor of Uglyville's dilemma: and other mathematical | 793.74/STE |

Mathematical Puzzles: A Connoisseur's Collection | 793.74/WIN |

Mathematical Puzzles: A Connoisseur's Collection | 793.74/WIN |

100 essential things you didn't know you didn't know | 796.02/BAR |

Popco | 823.914/THO |