Claudi Alsina has spent years compiling mathematical errors of journalists, politicians, and celebrities of all kinds, even renowned scientists; mathematical nonsense affects us all (like the flu), because we all use mathematics. He has decided to call this collection of errors Mathematical Murders. It contains mistakes both legendary and new, logical and absurd, all from diverse origins. So, when someone says that funds are being distributed and “All communities will get an above average amount,” it is evident that a mathematical murder has been committed. Enjoy it!
A book of mathematical curiosities aimed not only at mathematicians, but also those who would like to read on this subject with humour.