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The Essence of Mathematics Through Elementary Problems

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The Essence of Mathematics Through Elementary Problems
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Publisher: Open Book Publishers
ISBN-13: 9781783747016
Number of pages: 400

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The authors of this book explore the extent to which elementary mathematics allows us all to understand something of the nature of mathematics from the inside. The Essence of Mathematics consists of a sequence of 270 problems with commentary and full solutions. The reader is assumed to have a reasonable grasp of school mathematics.

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