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An Introduction to Mathematics

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An Introduction to Mathematics
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Publisher: Williams & Northgate
ISBN/ASIN: 0195002113
Number of pages: 274

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This distinguished little book is a brisk introduction to a series of mathematical concepts, a history of their development, and a concise summary of how today's reader may use them. An expertly written book by a brilliant man, filled with valuable insights and impressive prose.

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