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The Mathematics of Love
Hannah Fry
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The Mathematics of Love by Hannah Fry
Synopsis

Love is full of patterns – from the number of sexual partners we have to the way we select potential mates from dating websites. In The Mathematics of Love (2015), Hannah Fry sheds some light on these patterns and teaches you how to calculate your chances of finding The One, make a mathematical argument to justify approaching someone in a bar, and to use a mathematical trick to plan your wedding.

Who should read these blinks?
  • Anyone interested in how mathematics can help them in the dating world
  • Romantics looking for The One
Who wrote the book?

Dr. Hannah Fry is a mathematics lecturer at University College London’s Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis. She specializes in using mathematical models to study patterns in human behavior, from riots to shopping. Fry appears regularly on TV and radio in the United Kingdom.

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