Problems with and Without ... Problems!
by Florentin Smarandache
Publisher: viXra 2011
Number of pages: 136
This book is addressed to College honor students, researchers, and professors. It contains 136 original problems published by the author in various scientific journals around the world. The problems could be used to preparing for courses, exams, and Olympiads in mathematics. Many of these have a generalized form. For each problem we provide a detailed solution.
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