Mary Everest Boole
Mary Everest Boole was an English mathematician and progressive educator. She worked as a librarian at Queen's College and authored The Preparation of the Child for Science (1904), The Message of Psychic Science for Mothers and Nurses (1908), and Philosophy and Fun of Algebra (1909). She was the wife of English mathematician George Boole and the niece of Colonel Sir George Everest, Brittain's Surveyor General of India, for whom Mount Everest is named.
- Nationality: English
- Birth Date: 1832
- Death Date: 1916
- Philosophy and Fun of Algebra (1909)
- Philosophy and Fun of Algebra is meant for young readers as an introduction to the basics of algebra and logic. Her style is humorous, easy to read, and conversational.
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