Surreal Numbers: An Introduction

Surreal Numbers: An Introduction

Surreal Numbers: An Introduction
by Claus Tondering

Number of pages: 50

This text will provide the readers with a free and accessible introduction to a very fascinating subject in pure mathematics. The author is not a mathematician by profession, the book shows that pure mathematics is not that complicated once you get down to the rules.

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