Here you can find a list of books that we think are valuable or interesting. Further, they are all free, so please check them out!
|Title||Author||Year of Publication||Topic||Description||Difficulty|
|Calculus Made Easy||Silvanus Thompson||1910||Math, Calculus||Thompson published this work in 1910, and provides a humorous, simple, and fun introduction into calculus. Whether you have never learned calculus or are an expert, do yourself a favor and read this!||Low|
|Book of Proof||Richard Hammack||2013||Math, Proofs||Hammack wrote this after teaching proofs for 15 years. It is an excellent self teaching resource. Proofs can be looked at as the bridge to higher maths.||Medium|
|On the Sensations of Tone as a Physiological Basis for the Theory of Music||Hermann L. F. Helmholtz||1912||Music, Math||Helmholtz describes tone and how it relates to music. A really interesting insight and perspective.||Medium|