"Mathematical Girls"

A Boy Meets Girls and Mathematics.

Hiroshi Yuki

NEWS! Announcing "Math Girls Talk About..." Series!

Story: "I" am a high school student, who loves mathematics. "I" meet beautiful girls in high school. "I" and the girls enjoy not only the high school life, but also solving math problems!

"Mathematical Girls" books show the beauty of mathematics, the excitement of tackling hard problems, and happiness of discussing them with friends. Beautifully typeset with LaTeX and the Euler Font. Suitable from junior high students to mathematicians.


English Version Information

Math Girls (Volume I)

Math Girls (Volume II)

Math Girls Talk about Equations and Graphs

Math Girls Talk about Integers

Math Girls Talk about Trigonometry

Math Girls Manga

Japanese Book Information

Volume I

"Mathematical Girls" (Suugaku gaaru)
by Hiroshi Yuki
SOFTBANK Creative Corp.
ISBN-10: 4797341378
ISBN-13: 978-4797341379

Volume II

"Mathematical Girls / Fermat's Last Theorem" (Suugaku gaaru / Ferumaa no saisyuu teiri)
by Hiroshi Yuki
SOFTBANK Creative Corp.
ISBN-10: 4797345268
ISBN-13: 978-4797345261

Volume III

"Mathematical Girls / Gödel's Incompleteness Theorems" (Suugaku gaaru / Geederu no fukanzensei teiri)
by Hiroshi Yuki
SOFTBANK Creative Corp.
ISBN-10: 4797352965
ISBN-13: 978-4797352962

Volume IV

"Mathematical Girls / Randomized Algorithms" (Suugaku gaaru / Rantaku Algorithms)
by Hiroshi Yuki
SOFTBANK Creative Corp.
ISBN-10: 479736100X
ISBN-13: 978-4797361001

Volume V

"Mathematical Girls / Galois Theory" (Suugaku gaaru / Galois Riron)
by Hiroshi Yuki
SOFTBANK Creative Corp.


"I" (Boku) love math. Just after the high school entrance ceremony, "I" meet a beautiful girl: Milka. Milka is a mathematical genius. She gives me many math problems, she shows me many elegant solutions. Milka and I spend a long time by discussing math in the school library.

One year later, I meet another mathematical girl: Tetra. Tetra is one year younger than me, and asks me to teach her math. While I teach her, she begins to understand math and to love its elegance gradually.

In the first volume, we talk about Fibonacci Numbers, Harmonic Numbers, Finite and Infinite Sums, Factorization, The Bazel Problem, Partitions of the Integer, and Generating Functions.

In the second volume, we talk about Pythagoras Theorem, Elementary Number Theory, Group, Ring, Field, and Fermat's Last Theorem.

In the third volume, we talk about logic puzzles, Peano arithmetic, epsilon-delta, Cantor's diagonal argument, Hilbert's program and Gödel's Incompleteness Theorems.

Why don't you join us?


Hiroshi Yuki is born in 1963. He is the author of many Japanese books about Java, Perl and mathematics. He is also known as the author of yet another Wiki clone (YukiWiki).




Video Clip

Reviews (for English Versions)

(Math Girls 1) June/July 2012 MAA FOCUS (Read the full issue, pp.27-28)

(Math Girls 1) A Book Review (Reviewed by Mari Abe and Mei Kobayashi)

(Math Girls 2) MAA Reviews: Math Girls2: Fermat's Last Theorem / Hiroshi Yuki, translated by Tony Gonzalez

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