"Professor Brown's mathematical meanderings provide more than just entertainment. . . . Brown takes the mystery out of calculating interest on your money, converting Fahrenheit to Celsius and interpreting daily values on food labels. You'll enjoy numerous other examples of the fascinating use of numbers ranging from risk analysis to how GPS works. You can count on it."
— Dr. Joe Schwarcz
About the Author
Jason I. Brown is a professor of mathematics in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Dalhousie University, and a former vice-president of the Canadian Mathematical Society. His mathematical research decoded the famous opening chord of The Beatles’s “A Hard Day’s Night,” and this discovery was featured in the news media throughout North America. He lives in Halifax.