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James Stewart and the House that Calculus Built

Friday, August 7, 2009 - 8:44am

In the recent issue of MAA Focus Ivars Peterson gets a look at Integral House, the home of James Stewart, aka the man who wrote the most popular calculus book in the world.

The house features sweeping curves (natch) and is custom even down to the door handles:

I guess math pays after all!


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