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**2000** by Bloomsbury in New York .

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**Edition Notes**

Other titles | Uncle Petros & Goldbach"s conjecture |

Statement | Apostolos Doxiadis. |

Genre | Fiction. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | PA5615.O87 T4813 2000 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | 209 p. : |

Number of Pages | 209 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL3987007M |

ISBN 10 | 1582340676 |

LC Control Number | 2001316291 |

OCLC/WorldCa | 43474181 |

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Bottom Line First: It is difficult to know who will like Apostolos Doxiadis’ Uncle Petros and Goldbach’s Conjecture. Much of the story telling is built around a failed attempt to solve a mathematical notion. Not just Mathematics, but Number Theory. This alone will scare off readers/5(). Uncle Petros and Goldbach's Conjecture: A Novel of Mathematical Obsession Kindle Edition/5().

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by Apostolos Doxiadis (Author)/5(91). Uncle Petros and Goldbach's Conjecture is a novel by Greek author Apostolos Doxiadis. It concerns a young man's interaction with his reclusive uncle, who sought to prove that every even number greater than two is the sum of two primes, which is a famous unsolved mathematics problem called.

Uncle Petros and Goldbach’s Conjecture tells the story of the narra-tor’s uncle, a gifted Greek mathematician named Petros Papachristos, who pitted his strengths against Goldbach’s Conjecture and lost.

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It's about obsession and pride in chasing the impossible by: Uncle Petros and Goldbach’s Conjecture () tells the tale of brilliant mathematician Petros Papachristos, who devotes his life to solving a notoriously difficult problem. His young nephew’s passion to unearth his secret leads to a fascinating denouement which reveals the full existential grandeur of Petros’s dream and the deep mystery of mathematics.

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What the Heck is Goldbach’s Conjecture. Christian Goldbach. Watchers of The Big Bang Theory may be familiar with Fermat’s Last Theorem.

(In fact I swear I could hear Sheldon muttering some of the dialogue attributed to the socially awkward genius Uncle Petros in this book.) Goldbach’s Conjecture is another famous, unsolved mathematical.

Description of the book "Uncle Petros and Goldbach's Conjecture": Uncle Petros is a family joke - an ageing recluse in a suburb of Athens, playing chess and gardening.

His young nephew soon discovers his uncle was once a celebrated mathematician who staked all on solving the problem of Goldbach's Conjecture. For Petros dares solve Goldbach's Conjecture This Conjecture states that "EVERY EVEN NUMBER GREATER THAN TWO IS THE SUM OF TWO PRIMES".

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Petros Papachristos devotes the early part of his life trying to prove one of the greatest mathematical challenges of all time: Goldbach's Conjecture, the deceptively simple claim that every even.

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Get this from a library. Uncle Petros and Goldbach's conjecture. [Apostolos K Doxiadēs] -- A man searches the Greek countryside for his uncle, a famous mathematician who has been working to prove Goldbach's Conjecture.

Contributed by Gordon Pace, IMAG "In my opinion, this is a grave misrepresentation of mathematicians. There is also a serious mathematical mistake underlying one of the main `events' in the book: Uncle Petros wants to talk to Godel to know whether it is decidable whether a particular problem ([Goldbach Conjecture], in his case) is provable or not.

Uncle Petros and Goldbach's conjecture by Doxiadēs, Apostolos K., Publication date Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Language English. Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Boxid Internet Archive Books. Scanned in : Uncle Petros and Goldbach’s Conjecture Apostolos Doxiadis Over the last decade, science writing has moved from the straightforward explanation of science to co-called narrative non-fiction, in which the author attempts to tell the story of the scientists as well as the science, stimulating both the emotions and the intellect of the reader.Uncle Petros is a family joke - an ageing recluse in a suburb of Athens, playing chess and gardening.

His young nephew soon discovers his uncle was once a celebrated mathematician who staked all on solving the problem of Goldbach's Conjecture.