Good examples would be

The Square Root of 2by David Flannery orMath Girlsby Hiroshi Yuki.

**Answer**

I don’t know if there are any particular topics you’re interested in, or at what level of detail you want them presented, but Knuth’s *Surreal Numbers* is an example of the sort of book you mean:

B. You mean we’re actually using the New Math to decipher this old

stone tablet?A. I hate to admit it, but that’s what it looks like. Here the first

rule says that every number x is a pair of sets called the left set

xL and the right set xR: x=⟨xL,xR⟩.B. Hold it, your notation mixes me up. I don’t know what’s a set and what’s a number.

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