Equations that Changed the World Softcover Notebook - Dot Grid
From chaos theory to the law of gravity, mathematicians use equations to explain the most profound and the most ordinary. This notebook is inspired by those equations that have changed our world. Memorize the Second Law of Thermodynamics, study the Schrödinger equation, or get lost in the Archimedean Spiral, all on the cover of this navy blue and burnt orange journal. Use this softcover notebook to add organization to your physics notes, graph your findings, or gift it to your professor.
The Experiment series is built with high-quality 100% recycled paper and printed with soy inks, leaving a light footprint. 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.
6.75" x 9"
|112 pages (56 sheets)|
|Paper Type||5mm Dot Grid|
|Paper Weight||81 gsm|
100% post-consumer waste
|Origin||Designed in Oregon
Paper milled in Japan
Assembled responsibly in China
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I love these journals. By far my favorite. This equation design did NOT disappoint. Glad I ordered multiple
Smaller than anticipated
I love the design on this notebook, it's definitely everything I wanted. However, I feel the quality is on the cheaper side considering (even for paperback) it's quite flimsy and thin. It's also smaller than a regular notebook.