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The Mathematics of Love (TED) Hardcover – 12 Feb 2015
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'Dr Hannah Fry shows that mathematical modelling underpins everything from the possibility of finding a partner to the number of sexual partners we have in a lifetime' Observer
'Mathematician Fry explores the age-old questions about relationships by examining patterns behind love and lust in this smart, funny read' Marie Claire
'How do you know when you've found the one? The answer may lie in a simple equation' --The Sunday Times
'Is there a mathematical formula for love? Applied mathematician Hannah Fry says there are several. Her new book, The Mathematics of Love, features a chapter on each stage of the romantic journey, taking in online dating, chatting people up, going on dates, settling down, getting married and being in a long-term relationship' --The Independent
'The Mathematics of Love by Dr Hannah Fry of University College London, claims that finding the one isn't chemically-driven, biologically-motivated or even astrologically-determined. No it's a numbers game Daily Telegraph
'The secrets to finding love have been revealed: choose someone who had few colds as a child, have ugly friends and when online dating, show your paunch. Mathematicians have come up with a series of formulae and theories that also prove that your right partner will pop along at the age of 22' --The Times
About the Author
Dr. Hannah Fry is a mathematician and complexity scientist from University College London's Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis. Her work revolves around exploring the patterns in human behavior and applying a mathematical perspective to tackle a wide range of problems across our society. She has a broad portfolio of media and public engagement activities from schools outreach, math-themed stand-up comedy, YouTube videos and public lectures - including her first TEDx talk which now has over 500,000 views across all TED channels. Fry also regularly presents the Number Hub strand of BBC Worldwide's YouTube channel, Headsqueeze.
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