Equations That Changed the World A5 Softcover Notebook
This Equations That Changed the World Softcover Notebook is ready to be filled with your most creative proofs and calculations. Be inspired to tackle the hardest problem sets and maybe even find the answer to one of the great unsolved conjectures.
These convenient A5 notebooks are equally at home on your lab bench and in the field. The uniquely textured cover feels soft under your fingers and the burnt orange elastic closure keeps all your musings safe.
With alternating dotted lines and blank sketchbook pages, your problem sets and mathematical musings are sure to be more beautiful than ever.
The Analysis series is built with high-quality 100% recycled paper and printed with soy inks, leaving a light footprint. The A5 size is perfect for note-taking and journaling, and these bold notebooks have brightly colored elastic closures and plenty of pages to let your thoughts run wild. With an advanced lay-flat binding and a gently textured cover, these journals are a pleasure to use and hold.
Be inspired to ask the right questions, connect the dots (even when they’re really far apart), and keep pushing humanity forward, so that tomorrow is always brighter than today.
The perfect gift for your lab partner. The perfect necessity for your work.
A5: 5.8" x 8.3" (148 x 210 mm)
|208 pages (104 sheets)|
|Paper Type||Blank & 7 mm dotted lines|
|Paper Weight||81 gsm|
100% post-consumer waste
|Notebook Feature||Pages have colored edges|
|Origin||Designed in Oregon
Paper milled in Japan
Assembled responsibly in China
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Gift for my Grandson who is a Physics Major. He loved it.